Brent Niedergall

A FEATHER IN YOUR THEOLOGICAL CAP

Good, Not Safe

Good, Not Safe

Towards the beginning of the book of Revelation, there are these seven letters written to seven churches. Seven letters to seven actual churches from John’s day. And one of these churches John writes to is the church of Thyatira. And he says there’s a lot of good...

Sunday Prayer (Psalm 143)

Sunday Prayer (Psalm 143)

This is the latest in the series of corporate prayers for Sunday worship that I’m writing from the Psalms, working through them in reverse order. Lord, we humbly ask that you would hear our prayer.  We thank you for being a merciful God who hears our pleas....

Sunday Prayer (Psalm 143)

Sunday Prayer (Psalm 144)

Lord,  Every believer here can think back to how you have been a help to them. You are our help Everyone who has put their trust in the Lord Jesus has experienced your loyal love. You are our rock. Our fortress, shield, and deliverer.  We find our refuge in you....

Two Spheres

Two Spheres

Back when we lived in North Carolina, our drive home often brought us down a road where our favourite radio channel would turn to broken static. Our CD player stopped working years ago, but we had a top-notch classical music station. But our listening was always...

How Is Hearing Like Seeing?

How Is Hearing Like Seeing?

https://youtu.be/xYhXegmZpPI The book of James is immensely practical and generally pretty easy to understand, but it raises all kinds of great questions. Why do you think James compares hearing with seeing to make his point in James 1:23–24. For if anyone is a hearer...

Sunday Prayer (Psalm 143)

Sunday Prayer (Psalm 145)

This is the latest in the series of corporate prayers for Sunday worship that I’m writing from the Psalms, working through them in reverse order. Our God and King, we give praise to your glorious name every day, forever and ever. You are great. And you deserve our...

Ancient Mariners, Psalms, and Prayers

Ancient Mariners, Psalms, and Prayers

I’ve always been intrigued by The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. It’s an old poem. A long, old poem by a guy named Coleridge. Out of the whole thing, I think the part most of us have any knowledge of is this one:  Water, water, every where,Nor any drop to drink....

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