Search Me

Search me and know me

King David messed up royally, yet he was not afraid to have his heart searched by God. Today on "Discover the Word," we begin the discussion called “Search Me.” For some, the words, “You have searched me and known me” in Psalm 139 produce fear and foreboding, making them want to hide. For others it brings comfort. But why the disparity?

God knows us and loves us anyway

Are there certain friends in your past who you would rather not get in touch with today because they knew you when you weren’t at your best stage of life? Today on "Discover the Word," we'll talk about how God knows everything about us, our full story, yet loves us anyway. Don’t miss the discussion today on "Discover the Word"!

“Fearfully and wonderfully made”

Psalm 139 isn’t just an account of how David’s heart had been searched by God, it also invites God to continue searching. And the deeper God searched, the more David developed a sense of awe and wonder that he was “fearfully and wonderfully made.” And so are we. Don’t miss this important conversation today on "Discover the Word"!

God has planned our days

Does God make mistakes? In times of crisis and confusion it’s easy to doubt, because it’s hard for us to see the big picture. Today on "Discover the Word," we discuss how God has planned our days in a way that goes beyond time and space, so that even our mistakes can be turned around for His redemptive purposes. Join the discussion today on "Discover the Word"!

Exploring a well-known psalm

Today, we'll pose the question, “How could David go from praising His Creator to asking God to kill those who hated Him?” What tripped David’s switch? Was this a sentiment that God shared or was there another reason why it might be included in Psalm 139? Explore a confusing shift in a part of this well-known psalm we often ignore.

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