God’s judgment is as patient and unmoving as the mountains themselves, “like Mount Zion which can not be moved, but abides forever.” Continue reading who pilgrims trust
Few peoples have experienced as much animosity as the Hebrews who sang this song. Or Nepali Christians today. Continue reading why pilgrims sing
The prayer, “Oh Lord have mercy on us,” is not a lament, but an expectation. Continue reading what pilgrims need
We may have been at the highest point of our trip, believers coming together around the Word on a windswept mountain far from home Continue reading where pilgrims rest
“I will lift up my eyes to the hills” is not mere sentiment about how beautiful the mountains are or how big our God must be to have made them. Continue reading where pilgrims look
We will never go where we should until we tire of where we are. Continue reading where pilgrims start
Righteousness and peace come together. They have kissed each other. Is this a polite kiss? Or a passionate one?
Continue reading having it both ways