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Psalm Devotions for Weary Souls

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Tumbling Sky

Psalm Devotions for Weary Souls

Matt Searles

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34 undated Psalm devotions for weary souls.

What others are saying about Tumbling Sky:

"I warmly commend these golden nuggets of spiritual wisdom from the Psalms. Whether you are walking beside quiet waters or through the darkest valley you will find nourishment for your soul."  Vaughan Roberts, Rector of St Ebbe's Church, Oxford

"Gentle and wise, this outstanding devotional is balm for bruised souls. It will slake your thirst, comfort your despair, and enable you to see the love of God afresh."  Tanya Marlow, Author of Coming Back to God When You Feel Empty

"As you read through Matt Searles’ Tumbling Sky Psalms Devotions you’ll be filled with a fresh appreciation for how well God knows your weaknesses, challenges, and trials. He isn’t absent, distant, or unaware. At the same time, you’ll be reminded that in our darkest moments, Jesus himself is reason enough to trust God’s nearness, care, and faithfulness. Even though these Psalms were familiar to me, I greatly benefited from Matt's pastoral and insightful commentary. I have no doubt you will too." Bob Kauflin, Director of Sovereign Grace Music

"Insightful, honest and wholly Christ-centred, these Psalm devotions shine the light of God's truth and grace into some of the darkest corners of our emotions. They help us to see the joy we can have even in the midst of pain, giving rich comfort, refreshment and hope to the suffering believer."  Sarah Collins, Author of Dealing with Depression: Trusting God Through the Dark Times

 

  • Title

    Tumbling Sky

  • Author(s)

    Matt Searles

  • Series

    Tumbling Sky

  • ISBN

    9781911272861

  • Format

    Hardback

  • Publisher

    10Publishing

  • Topic

    Lifes Challenges

  • Pages

    80

  • Published

    01/11/2017

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Matt Searles

Matt Searles

Matt Searles is the Director of Training for the South Central Gospel Partnership, based in Oxford, England.

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5.0 based on 3 reviews

Tumbling Sky

These companion books by Matt Searles are daily meditations on the Psalms. I’ve read both books twice and enjoyed them even more the second time round. Each chapter is just two pages long but is rich with truth and beauty and feeds the heart, mind and soul.

The Library of Mrs Crouton

Tumbling Sky

This short new devotional book on the Psalms from Matt Searles is wonderfully honest, biblically potent and deeply pastoral. It is not triumphalist superficiality to ‘propel’ you into your day, but 34 devotions rooted in reality where the full gambit of human experience is acknowledged. These devotions constantly nudge the reader to take a wider, longer view of present trials in light of the sovereign and faithful God revealed in his Word. There is an accompanying album which ponders and portrays similar themes. The two together make for a very enriching devotional experience. The real strength of the book is the pace at which Matt guides the reader gently through the verses in question. It is meticulous without being monotonous, incisive without being exhaustive. In an age where so much devotional material is about breadth, covering great chunks of material in as few sittings as possible, the relaxed and reflective style in Tumbling Sky is deeply refreshing to the soul. There is also the advantage of each devotion having one resonant and overarching idea that sticks and reverberates throughout the day. These daily devotions are digestible, a couple of pages each (including the text) meaning that people in the depths of the experiences described are given every chance of benefiting from their counsel. There is also an incremental ascent in these devotions, almost imperceptible at the beginning but by devotion 34 you look back as on a mountain trek and marvel at how far you have come as you peer back to the valley below. Particular highlights for me were the 4 devotions in Psalm 13 and the 3 devotions in Psalm 46. This book made me pause for thought and ruminate on the richness and realness of the language. I would definitely recommend this book to someone who had grown a bit stale in their devotional life, it is a different kind of devotion to most, slow and saturated.It is also particularly pertinent to people in the midst of trials, struggles, doubts and despair. It is very real and pastorally very sensitive and helpful. I think Matt through experience has written a real gem in this beautiful little volume.

Jonathan Gemmell

Beautiful

This short new devotional book on the Psalms from Matt Searles is wonderfully honest, biblically potent and deeply pastoral. It is not triumphalist superficiality to ‘propel’ you into your day, but 34 devotions rooted in reality where the full gambit of human experience is acknowledged. These devotions constantly nudge the reader to take a wider, longer view of present trials in light of the sovereign and faithful God revealed in his Word. There is an accompanying album which ponders and portrays similar themes. The two together make for a very enriching devotional experience. The real strength of the book is the pace at which Matt guides the reader gently through the verses in question. It is meticulous without being monotonous, incisive without being exhaustive. In an age where so much devotional material is about breadth, covering great chunks of material in as few sittings as possible, the relaxed and reflective style in Tumbling Sky is deeply refreshing to the soul. There is also the advantage of each devotion having one resonant and overarching idea that sticks and reverberates throughout the day. These daily devotions are digestible, a couple of pages each (including the text) meaning that people in the depths of the experiences described are given every chance of benefiting from their counsel. There is also an incremental ascent in these devotions, almost imperceptible at the beginning but by devotion 34 you look back as on a mountain trek and marvel at how far you have come as you peer back to the valley below. Particular highlights for me were the 4 devotions in Psalm 13 and the 3 devotions in Psalm 46. This book made me pause for thought and ruminate on the richness and realness of the language. I would definitely recommend this book to someone who had grown a bit stale in their devotional life, it is a different kind of devotion to most, slow and saturated.It is also particularly pertinent to people in the midst of trials, struggles, doubts and despair. It is very real and pastorally very sensitive and helpful. I think Matt through experience has written a real gem in this beautiful little volume.

Jonathan Gemmell

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