Coming This Sunday

January 29: The emotion of enmity is as prevalent in the Psalter as is joy or gratitude. The poet openly speaks to the presence of enemies and the fear they evoke.  Cormac McCarthy’s character Judge Holden is as bad as they come.  He says, “What joins men together is not the sharing of bread, but the sharing of enemies.”  In the 56th Psalm the psalmist is driven to the limit only to be derided by his foes.  Trust in God robs his fear of terror; he perseveres.  Join me Sunday as we explore God’s provisions spread for us in the presence of our enemies.