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73. Summer Porch Series in Psalms: Psalm 30 - Joy Comes in the Morning, I Promise‪!‬ Soul Anchor

    • Christianity

Welcome back to the Summer Porch Series in Psalms. One of my favorite places is the Southern part of the United States where porches are big and wide and sitting outside is a southern past time with a big glass of sweet tea! This summer, I want you to think of us sitting on a porch in a cozy chair or swing and reading the Psalms together and talking to God through prayer. I am hoping we can slow down long enough breathe in the hallowed words he’s given to us—stopping long enough to savor them and gain courage and strength for the next moments whatever that might be. I invite you to join me each week as I read one of my favorites, sharing a little of why it is meaningful and then praying a portion of the Psalm over all of us. My prayer is when we get up from the porch we will feel renewed and refreshed.

In this episode, we discuss how Psalm 30 gives us hope that when we are in a dark season, God promises there will be joy. 

UPCOMING EVENT:

You can still join us...On the Road with The Godly Kings! Cynthia and her cousin Andrea, are traveling to five southern states bringing the message of The Godly Kings of Judah: Faithful Living for Lasting Influence. August 11-29th. Text ROADTRIP to 33777 to join in on the fun, giveaways, rest stop prayers, sneak previews of events and more!  Receive a free PDF of a chapter preview when you join the road trip.

If you aren’t yet a part of the community I encourage you to join us as I will be sending out a few emails to encourage you through the summer. To join visit www.thesoulanchor.com

Weeping may tarry for the night, but joy comes in the morning. Psalm 30:5b


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cynthia-cavanaugh/message

Welcome back to the Summer Porch Series in Psalms. One of my favorite places is the Southern part of the United States where porches are big and wide and sitting outside is a southern past time with a big glass of sweet tea! This summer, I want you to think of us sitting on a porch in a cozy chair or swing and reading the Psalms together and talking to God through prayer. I am hoping we can slow down long enough breathe in the hallowed words he’s given to us—stopping long enough to savor them and gain courage and strength for the next moments whatever that might be. I invite you to join me each week as I read one of my favorites, sharing a little of why it is meaningful and then praying a portion of the Psalm over all of us. My prayer is when we get up from the porch we will feel renewed and refreshed.

In this episode, we discuss how Psalm 30 gives us hope that when we are in a dark season, God promises there will be joy. 

UPCOMING EVENT:

You can still join us...On the Road with The Godly Kings! Cynthia and her cousin Andrea, are traveling to five southern states bringing the message of The Godly Kings of Judah: Faithful Living for Lasting Influence. August 11-29th. Text ROADTRIP to 33777 to join in on the fun, giveaways, rest stop prayers, sneak previews of events and more!  Receive a free PDF of a chapter preview when you join the road trip.

If you aren’t yet a part of the community I encourage you to join us as I will be sending out a few emails to encourage you through the summer. To join visit www.thesoulanchor.com

Weeping may tarry for the night, but joy comes in the morning. Psalm 30:5b


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cynthia-cavanaugh/message

11 min