Tag Archives: Elul

Forty Days of Repentance, Reconciliation, and Restoration

This Fall is shaping up to be a doozy.  It is clear that we are not living in times that are ‘business as usual.’  Rather, the nations rage and they are wildly straining against the Lord’s Anointed.  Following is our … Continue reading

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If you could ask for ONE thing, what would it be?

Psalm 27:4-5 meditation.  Part of series in preparation for Yom Kippur. I hear it often and have said it myself, “If I just had ______________, I’d be happy.”  Maybe it is a large sum of money.  Maybe to be debt-free, … Continue reading

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Meditations from Psalm 27. v.1

We are in the month of Elul, the 6th month in the Hebrew calendar.  Traditionally, this is a month of repentance and deep introspection as we prepare ourselves to stand before the King on Tishri 10, Yom Kippur.  During this … Continue reading

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A Psalm for today…

I am not sure why, maybe by tradition, but Psalm 27 is THE Psalm for the month of Elul, which ends this afternoon at sunset.  Frankly, until a meeting I had today, the Psalm and its twice-a-day reading during this … Continue reading

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