Chapter-a-Day Psalm 53

Bilious and bloated, they gas, "God is gone." It’s poison gas— they foul themselves, they poison Rivers and skies; thistles are their cash crop. God sticks his head out of heaven. He looks around. He’s looking for someone not stupid— one man, even, God-expectant, just one God-ready woman. Psalm 53:1-2 (TM)

"The more things change the more they stay the same," the saying goes. It’s amazing how David writes song lyrics 3,000 years ago that are as apt today as ever. There will always be those who refuse to believe. I’ve always thought that it takes more faith to believe that a universe, a world, a body of such intricate design happened by chance than it does to believe in God.

Wendy shared this movie trailer with me. It seemed appropriate to today’s Psalm.

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  1. Hey! Thanks for the info. I really can’t wait to see this and I want to take our youth group along and have some “coffee talk” afterwards. This is huge. Thanks for a hugely motivating way to start my day! 🙂 Take care, beck

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Chapter-a-Day Psalm 53

Bilious and bloated, they gas, "God is gone." It’s poison gas— they foul themselves, they poison Rivers and skies; thistles are their cash crop. God sticks his head out of heaven. He looks around. He’s looking for someone not stupid— one man, even, God-expectant, just one God-ready woman. Psalm 53:1-2 (TM)

"The more things change the more they stay the same," the saying goes. It’s amazing how David writes song lyrics 3,000 years ago that are as apt today as ever. There will always be those who refuse to believe. I’ve always thought that it takes more faith to believe that a universe, a world, a body of such intricate design happened by chance than it does to believe in God.

Wendy shared this movie trailer with me. It seemed appropriate to today’s Psalm.

2 thoughts on “Chapter-a-Day Psalm 53”

  1. Hey! Thanks for the info. I really can’t wait to see this and I want to take our youth group along and have some “coffee talk” afterwards. This is huge. Thanks for a hugely motivating way to start my day! 🙂 Take care, beck

  2. 4 Don’t they know anything,
    all these impostors?
    Don’t they know
    they can’t get away with this,
    Treating people like a fast-food meal
    over which they’re too busy to pray?
    Great movie clip, Tom. I heard about this movie on the radio, but hadn’t seen anything yet. I want to see it. The word picture in the last statement above struck me this morning. With the pace of current society, to treat people as a fast food meal over which you don’t take time to pray is all too commonplace. I am being reminded daily by God to slow down and enjoy the small things.

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