Spring in the Psalms

Engaging and Expressing our Emotions for God's Glory

Delight in the LORD

March 28, 2021 • Eric Olson

Once again, David speaks to his soul -- this time, he encourages his soul to trust in the LORD, to worship the LORD, and to rejoice in the LORD. The text is incredibly relevant to us today, as David's hopes see their fulfillment in Christ Jesus.


March 21, 2021 • Michael Roop

David stands in awe of God's comprehensive, limitless knowledge. Free from the need to run or hide, David has faith that his sins will not prevail over God's love.

The Discipline of Gratitude

March 14, 2021 • Michael Roop

Many are catching on to the positive power of gratitude. In Psalm 100, we find the ultimate purpose behind this timeless practice: to see and savor the presence of God with His people.

Lift Up Your Eyes

March 7, 2021 • Gianluca Cueva

We fear the shame of not measuring up. What if there was a way to face that reality with hope for forgiveness and redemption?


February 28, 2021 • Steve Gregg

The imprecatory psalms, such as Psalm 58, are angry psalms calling for devastating wrongs to be made right. They also help us with our anger and what to do with it.

The Way through Grief

February 21, 2021 • Michael Roop

So many of us have learned to dismiss painful experiences, especially those out of our control. The Psalms give us a better tool to hold the tension of a good, sovereign God and a deeply broken world.

The Purpose of Fear

February 14, 2021 • Michael Roop

David is no stranger to fear. In Psalm 27, he doesn't avoid his fear or succumb to it. He shows us the reason God created us to feel fear.

Speak to My Soul

February 7, 2021 • Michael Roop

In the midst of scary, unpredictable circumstances, David reminds himself what he might otherwise forget.