Throughout history, people have turned to the Psalms for wisdom, insight, comfort, and healing. The church has used them in liturgy, hymnody, preaching, and prayer.
The Psalms give us some of the keenest insight into the human condition. Their topics and content range from celebration to lament, from gratitude to raw anger. Some of David’s Psalms, for instance, walk us through nearly the entire range of human emotion from rage to repentance.
What is it about the Psalms that make them so universal to our spiritual experience? Why were they so important to the early Jews and the first Christians? And what do they still have to say to us–and for us–today?
Join us this Sunday, Jan. 29, as we explore some of our favorite Psalms, look for revelation from them, and see what God may still be saying to us through these ancient texts.
As always, we’ll gather in the 167 Side Room of the Marietta Brewing Company. Bring your favorite Psalm(s) and be part of the conversation!
Happy Half-Hour: 6:30pm
Conversation Begins: 7:00pm