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Wonder and Inquiry - Diane Jacobson on Psalm 121

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My favorite Bible passage for today is Psalm 121.

1 I lift up my eyes to the hills-- from where will my help come?
2 My help is from the LORD, maker of heaven and earth.
3 He will not let your foot be moved; your keeper will not slumber.
4 In deed, he will neither slumber nor sleep, the keeper of Israel.
5 The LORD is your keeper;
the LORD is your shade at your right hand.
6 By day the sun will not strike you, nor the moon by night.
7 The LORD will keep you from all evil; he will keep your life.
8 The LORD

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Five Most Interesting Old Testament Women (You May Have Never Heard of) - Diane Jacobson

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Podcast discussion with Eric Barreto, Cameron Howard, and Diane Jacobson.
Article written by Diane Jacobson.

Hagar with attribution: Creative Commons image by dithie on Flickr

I love the stories of the women in the Old Testament. Many we know well -- Ruth, Naomi, the matriarchs, Hannah, Esther, and more. So, a question: Who would make your list of the top five most interesting women of the Old Testament that most people have never heard of? Here are mine:

  1. Hagar, mother of Ishmael
    You've probably already heard of Hagar. But have you read her stories lately in

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Does Sabbath Still Matter? - Diane Jacobson

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Podcast discussion with Eric Barreto, Kathryn Schifferdecker and Diane Jacobson.
Article written by Diane Jacobson.

"Symmetry" by g_walter via Flickr licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0Does Sabbath still matter? Many folks would say no.

Keeping the Sabbath seems kind of lightweight compared to killing, idolatry, adultery, and theft. Many think that keeping the Sabbath is mainly about going to church on Sunday (or synagogue on Friday or Saturday), and that such a practice ought not be considered crucial. But Sabbath is not just another activity. Sabbath is, in fact,

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