Piper Green

Piper is a writer, teacher and current seminarian. She is a wife of twenty years and a mother, raising three children in colorful Colorado, resting at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. Piper writes about her passion ~ Jesus Christ ~ on her blog www.witnessingthedivine.blogspot.com, and seeks to expound on the Word to create a hunger and thirst for God in those that read her musings. Piper served as a staff writer on Christian Women Online, and now contributes as a guest. Piper is a bibliophile and devourer of books. Her city surroundings are often interrupted with daydreams of wide open spaces ~ and horses.

Piper has written 37 on Christian Women Online.

Falls 2

I love the Lord, because He hears my voice and my supplications.  Because He has inclined His ear to me, therefore I shall call upon Him as long as I live.  (vv 1-2) People tend to have selective hearing ~ we only listen to what we want to hear; many times we are guilty of […]



This scenario may seem a bit exaggerated, but that is exactly what Hannah endured.  Eli allowed his sons to run wild, without rebuke.   They were having sex with women when they brought sacrifices to the temple.  Eli did accuse Hanna of being drunk, but when she explained why she was praying, Eli blessed her.  […]



From Sorrow to Joy I witness again today the birth of another child My husband’s second wife her scorn is nothing mild Relentless she mocks me day by day for my bareness My heart it aches to give a child love and tenderness My husband loves me this I know for sure His love and […]



O Yahweh, our Adonay, how majestic is your name throughout the earth! Your glory is sung above the heavens. (v.1) I wish you could see what I see; the lens does not give proper justice to the beauty.  The beauty of spring, watching the trees stretch and yawn, waking from the long sleep of winter. […]


white-blue pansy

Psalm 3: A Psalm of David, when he fled from Absalom his son. O Lord, how my adversaries have increased! Many are rising up against me. Many are saying of my soul, “There is no deliverance for him in God.” Selah. But You, O Lord, are a shield about me, My glory, and the One […]



“Thanksgiving for the past, rededication for the present, and expectation for the future were the all-embracing components of Israel’s worship as voiced in the Psalms ~ a worship rooted in the healing, compelling, and hopeful revelation of God in their history.”[1] “The Psalms train us to pray with others who have prayed and are praying: […]