This is the last post in the Psalms series and we hope you have enjoyed reading it as much as we have enjoyed writing it. The RCG team has really enjoyed researching and studying psalms. We have discovered loads of things we didn’t know about the psalms.
The Psalms were not intended to be read, they were simply the writer’s, who was mostly David, emotions throughout his life. Often when we read them we say he must have been thinking one way or another whilst he wrote a specific psalm. We simply don’t know what he was thinking but that does not mean we cant learn anything from them. In this series we have been looking at possibilities of where and when David wrote a Psalm so we can try to understand some of what he was thinking whilst he wrote the psalms. We’d finally like to say a quick thank you to everyone who has read any of the posts. Please email us any feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay tuned for more posts and the next series which is coming soon.
Many people, start the new year by setting New Years resolutions. We wrote a post, during January of this year, in which we put a Christian twist on some modern, 21st Century resolutions. A very popular one for Christians today, especially younger ones, is to read some or even all of the Bible. By doing this, they receive a sense of achievement along with the thought they now understand the Bible and its meaning better.
In this post we will be looking at why you should read the Bible and how. We will also giving you information about our new and upcoming series.
We have constructed a list of the most important reasons you should read your Bible.
Continue reading Why should I read the Bible?
I know you probably weren’t expecting this post and I agree, it is not the type of post we normally upload to RCGhub. However as I was reading ‘The Diary of Anne Frank’, it occurred to me that even after hiding from the Nazis for two years in her families ‘Secret Annex’, she still believed that God was with her. In my opinion this is one of the greatest examples of how, if you put all you trust in the Lord, he will help you get through anything.
The extract below comes from a entry in Anne’s world famous diary, on the 31st March 1944.
My life has improved, greatly improved. God has not left me alone and will not leave me alone.
I would like to leave you with one question today, how much do you trust God?
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