Episode: Episode 95: What does the Lord think about my thoughts? Trevin Wax on Psalm 19:14


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Episode 95: What does the Lord think about my thoughts? Trevin Wax on Psalm 19:14

In this episode of "In the Word, On the Go," author, blogger, and pastor, Trevin Wax, talks about a verse that's been a "life verse" to him over the years. Commenting on Psalm 19:14, Trevin says, "We need to be constantly reorienting ourselves to the perfection of the law of the Lord and to the beauty of God's world in creation; so that we're seeing ourselves in light of him and so that our words are giving him praise."

The song which Trevin mentions, "Let the Words of My Mouth," by Fernando Ortega is available on iTunes here: https://apple.co/2pC2sni

"In the Word, On the Go" is sponsored by the New Growth Press.

Special Guest: Trevin Wax.

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