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A Study in Psalms: New Series Begins in Bible Study Tonight

This Wednesday Bible Study at Redeemer Orthodox Presbyterian Church, elder Doug Scofield will begin a new series on the book of Psalms. Throughout the course of several weeks, we will be studying each Psalm in detail, learning the historical, Biblical, and spiritual significance of this rich Old Testament book. 215 more words

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Psalm 26

Movement language: Instead of sliding (v 1), he wants to stand firm (v 12). Instead of sitting (v 4,5) he walks (v 1,3,11). But how? Answer – by following the firm path of Psalm 1:6. 218 more words

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Psalm 9

Names/memories/memorials: David recounts (i.e. tells memories of) the Lord and sings praises to His name. The Lord blots out the name of the wicked as well as any memories of them. 72 more words

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Joy in Death

You are valuable, so valuable beyond ability to measure, but only when juxtaposed aside your all-glorifying Creator whose glory spills over on you.

The following is a response to the conclusions drawn by the staff of… 724 more words

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July's Psalm of the Month: 54

The seventh installment in URC Psalmody’s Introduction to the URC/OPC Psalm Proposal

See how God has been my helper,
How my Lord sustains my soul:

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Psalm 28:8

The Lord is the strength of His people, and He is the saving strength of His anointed.

The initial and immediate reading of this verse is in reference to the Davidic King, but the term used goes much further.

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