To Weep and Wonder with the Ancient Writers

  1. We don’t want to pray.
  2. We don’t know how to pray.
  • To pray the psalms is to pray biblically.
  • To pray the psalms is to respond to a God who has already spoken to humanity.
  • To pray the psalms is to see your emotions defined and expressed genuinely.




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Student Pastor. Learner. Writer.

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