Search Results for: "Psalm 150:"

The Cough

June 12, 2013

I got a scare the other night. I was outside throwing scraps into the chicken yard when I heard the strangest sound. I stopped what I was doing. I listened. I heard it again, and then again. It was coming from the main corral. *What is …( read more )

A Whale's Lament

October 28, 2011

I was touched by an unusual story in my local paper of a mother pilot whale, spotted not far from the Delmarva shore, desperately trying to save the life of her baby. An event rarely seen by humans, the incident … (read more)

A Chorus Of Praise

March 24, 2010

There is a wet-weather pond behind my house that holds water only when we have excessive amounts of rain; it dries up quickly when the rains cease. During the time when we have a pond, frogs mysteriously appear from somewhere … (read more)

The Wild Easter Lily

April 4, 2009

On a spring day recently, my husband and I drove through a part of God's great sanctuary. The roadsides were white with the blooms of the Zephyranthes atamasco lily. The early settlers to this area called it the wild Easter … (read more)

Holy Mountains

November 5, 2005

My husband and I toured the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina late in November — after the leaves had fallen, but before the snow came that would bring the skiers to the slopes. The scenes from the parkway and … (read more)

How We Praise

November 21, 2004

I visited a church gathering recently called a Praise Service. The leader opened the service with the reading of Psalm 150, and then as the video screen came alive, he invited the audience to sing along. Soon the sounds of … (read more)

Praise The Lord

June 17, 2001

Praising the Lord is something I think we often take for granted, or perhaps we reserve for Sunday morning worship. But the reality of it is that we can, and should, praise the Lord constantly. Unfortunately, many times we never … (read more)

Beyond The Sunset

September 29, 2000

It seems that the older I get, the more funerals I attend. And while all of them are different to some extent, they all seem to have one thing in common: sometime prior to or during the service, the organist … (read more)

A Wide Open Welcome

September 5, 1998

The weather was hot and humid during a summer visit to a city in Ontario. In that kind of heat, clothes stick to you almost as soon as they are put on. Workers rush past on the street and are … (read more)

Praise For God's Surpassing Greatness!

April 18, 1997

One of the most beautiful sounds I've ever heard were the Waywayseecappo Sacred Drummers in Manitoba. When I first invited the drum into the church for a sacred wedding song, the drummers thought I had lost my senses — drums … (read more)

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