These free audio introductions by Steven Croft accompany each session of Experiencing Godís Love, providing further insight into the five images of God's love for us taken from the oldest prayers of Godís people, the Psalms.
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Psalm 1 explores the fact that we are like trees. We need to be rooted in Godís love and Scripture if we are to be transformed more into his likeness and thus be able to change our communities. (Duration 7:22)
Psalm 51 is all about being washed clean from sin. As Christians, at Baptism we are made pure again, but we also need to repent and forgive others throughout our lives. (Duration 8:11)
Psalm 27 is all about celebrating the gift of light. In the battles with fear and darkness that life can bring, this passage says that we can still bear light to a difficult and harsh world. (Duration 5:50)
Psalm 23, one of the most well-known and intricate prayers, is explored here. The shepherd image is a very comforting one, and it focuses on how God leads us through the unknown wilderness. Yet the passage also reminds us that in no way does God promise an easy or trouble-free existence. (Duration 6:32)
This passage, based on Psalm 16, reminds us of the importance of good hospitality and welcome when in someone elseís home. In the same way, it is sometimes God who can do the welcoming, and we are invited to come and eat at the feast he has prepared for us. (Duration 4:57)