From The New Normal: The Ubiquitous God

Outside of Psalm 23, Psalm 139 is probably the best known of all the psalms. We hear the pro-life movement quote verses 13-16, and with good reason. We often use the last two verses as a confession. Songwriters have written songs based on this psalm, and pastors have wrapped entire sermon series around it. Simply put – we’ve seen it and read it plenty of times before.

One of the best bits of advice about reading the Word is one that Pastor Scott Moore has given from the stage many times: don’t let familiarity with a passage of Scripture rob you of its truth and power. So, in writing this week, I’ve challenged myself to look at Psalm 139 in a different way.

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