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Delay of Game

I think the time has come to suspend blog posts here at Ophelimos.  I’m not going to delete the blog, and I’m not giving up, but I simply do not have time to regularly post the Psalms studies.  Each one of those studies can take me up to three hours to put together. I will […]

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Thinking about Scar and not Aslan – Psalm 7:1-2

Psalm 7:1-2 [1] Lions have performed in a broad spectrum of roles in popular culture.  In movies, television, and literature they have been both the antagonist and protagonist, hero and villain.  Just think of the difference between Scar and Aslan. The lion is also used in a variety of images in the Bible: In Isaiah […]

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Guilt and Consequences – Psalm 6:6-7

Psalm 6:6-7 (For the first two studies on Psalm 6, click here and here.) [1] We’ve all played the blame game at some point in time or another.  We’ve all tried to deflect the guilt we feel onto something or someone else. Why? Because guilt doesn’t feel good.  It makes us feel bad.  Often times really […]

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A Quick Update

Apologies again for the sporadic posting.  As we start the ministry year (it’s not like we stop ministry in the summer, but you know what I mean), I’m getting used to a new schedule.  This week has been especially hectic with three lessons needing to be prepared, a home visitation, and a morning/afternoon spent at […]

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