Here are some wise words from author, Phil Callaway:
I’m not certain I’d be alive without the Psalms. While my wife was losing her family to Huntington’s disease we lived in its inspiring pages. We still do. David’s devotional is a welcome companion on this journey, particularly for those needing a fresh shot of hope.
award-winning author & Christian humorist, www.laughagain.org
And here is a look at Volume II of the devotional series Phil is talking about.
For nearly 3,000 years people have been getting in touch with God through the sacred literature of the Psalms. Generation after generation has drawn strength, comfort and inspiration from the words of the psalmist.
Psalms 365: Develop a Life of Worship and Prayer is a devotional study that takes you through all of the Psalms during the course of a full year. The author’s goal is to help the reader interact with each psalm and connect with God in a fresh and living way.
In times of calamity the psalms bring peace. When storms rage within, a psalm can provide a haven of rest. When anger erupts, a psalm can act as a release valve. When God seems distant, the psalms bring us near.
There is something surprisingly practical about the psalms. They are meant to be lived. The Bible is in fact a living document that must be applied to life to be effective. This should not surprise us since, “The word of God is living and active” (Hebrews 4:12a). Author David Kitz draws from a range of biblical sources and real life experiences to make the psalms come alive.
Volume II of Psalms 365: Develop a Life of Worship and Prayer by award-winning author David Kitz is available now. For a closer look at Volumes I and II click here.