Category Archives: Psalms

Psalm 39

Psalm 39 August 3, 2017 David is held in high esteem by his Jewish family and by the Christian community. The height of his popularity rests on the depth of his suffering. The price David paid to be counted as … Continue reading

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Pslam 37

Psalms 37, 2017 Cows have reached through the fence to eat the grass on the other side every day since man invented the fence. Even when standing in grass up to their underbellies, cows reach through the fence. Humans are … Continue reading

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Psalm 36

Psalm 36 July 30, 2017 The translation of choice for this Psalm will make a significant difference in how you read the first verse. If you are reading from the King James or the NASB, the action of transgression is … Continue reading

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Psalm 31

Psalm 31 July 3, 2017 It is best to keep short accounts with the Lord. That means it is best to spend time with him daily. This world is a dangerous place and calamity can appear at any second. King … Continue reading

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Psalm 29

Psalm 29 June 8, 2017 It is rather sad that the rhythm of the Hebrew tongue does not translate into English along with the words. I have a suspicion that this Psalm has a rather catchy praise to the one … Continue reading

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Psalm 28

Psalm 28 June 7, 2017 Confession seems to always be near the mouth of David. This Psalm gives the impression that David has encountered wickedness among the nations surrounding his own domain. I cannot even begin to imagine the conversations … Continue reading

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Psalm 27

Psalm 27 June 6, 2017 “Never forget who butters your bread.” That was a sage piece of advice I was given as a young man growing up in a community of farmers who believed strongly in hard  work and clean … Continue reading

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