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Purpose and the Journey

Psalm 127 & 128

Will Peycke

July 15, 2018

We all want our work to matter and our home to be happy. And yet, the “daily grind” of ordinary life often seems futile and frustrating. Psalms 127 and 128 show us how to find purpose when the journey feels pointless. The key: revering God as the ultimate builder, protector, and provider, and allowing this reality to reshape our perspective on our work and home. Seeing life from God’s perspective turns the daily grind into the good life.

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The Psalms of Ascent (Ps 120-134) offer us help on the journey of our lives as we walk with God through the good times and bad. These psalms help us approach God in worship via avenues of lament, thanksgiving, praise, and celebration. They lead us into worship on the journey: bringing who we are (transparency) to who God is (confidence) together with God’s people (community).  

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