Sometimes, the busyness of life seems to blur the days into one and we can feel like a spectator watching a montage of scenes flash past instead of an active participant, enjoying and engaged in the journey.
The Psalmists invite us to try something different; they beckon to us to Selah. Some 73 times the Psalms are punctuated by this word, but rather than forming part of the narrative, it was a technical musical term that allowed for a pause, an interruption to, or an accentuation of, the lyrics. Selah pauses were designed to give us a moment to ponder the importance and the truth of what had been said.⠀
In this two week study, we will explore the first twelve of the 'Selah' Psalms. We'll dig into their background and use these sacred pauses to reflect on our own narratives and on the beauty of God’s activity in them.
The journal edition will include additional daily study notes not available in the email version as well as space for you to journal and record what God is saying to you.
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