Psalm 22. When I read the words I stopped in shock. This post explains.
Why was reading Psalm 22 a big event, a milestone? When I first read Psalm 22, I realized how poorly I understood the Bible.
Reading Psalm 22 helped to transform the Bible for me. Instead of just being an ancient book full of foolish, selfcontradictory folklore, I began to realize the Bible made no sense because I had not tried to understand it.
The more I read, the more I began to grasp why the Bible was so important. The more I read the more I appreciated Jesus’ sacrifice.
Please read “The greatest question ever asked.” Then study Psalm 22. Consider how these words written so long ago foreshadowed the death of our Savior. Consider the price He paid for our sins.
Now that I have your interest, I trust I will have your undivided attention.
A person without questions is a fool. Questions prove a healthy mind, albeit some have nefarious intentions with their questions.
When God asks a question however, my spiritual antennae is on high alert. The very first question recorded in the existence of man came from God Himself: ‘Adam, where are you?’ A…
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