Trust Psalms

Trust Psalms

Scripture: Psalm 62:1-12 (NRSV)

When you’re in a place of trust, no matter what’s going on, you’re unruffled, unflappable, and imperturbable. Different religions and cultures have tried to describe this state of being: the Buddhists call it upekkha. The Japanese zanshin. Muslims aslama. Hebrews: hishtavut. The Bhagavad Gita calls it samatvam—evenness of mind. The Greeks: euthymia. Christians: aequanimitas. Or as we know it in English: Equanimity. Quietude. Stillness. Calm resolve. Relaxed alertness—even under fire. It’s about trust. With trust in the God of Israel, we can be steady—even as the world spins.


August 22, 2021 – Online Service Bulletin and Bible Study

Sermon Art: Chiricahua National Monument, Wilcox, AZ

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