35 Burst results for "Psalms"

How Trojan Ripheus Landed in the Upper Circle of Dante's Paradiso

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:06 min | 3 d ago

How Trojan Ripheus Landed in the Upper Circle of Dante's Paradiso

"But what about this guy? Rafael. This is a very minor character in the Iliad, and he has like a two line you can almost call it a walk on part. And of him Virgil says that after the sack of Troy, he says was quote foremost injustice and zealous for the right. So a really good man. And then basically Virgil says, he was killed. And that's all he says about him. And so amazingly, this guy Rafael is up here with king David, a major figure in the Bible was believed to have written all the psalms. And this seems to make no sense because, first of all, Dante's hero and guide Virgil, he's back in limbo. He's in the outer ring of inferno. What about aeneas, the founder of Troy and the great hero, the subject of the aeneid? Well, turns out he's in limbo too. So how could it be that this guy Rafael who is one of aeneas's troops and Friends? Who makes this kind of brief appearance in the aeneid, you could almost miss them if you weren't reading really closely, he has, yeah, he's a good guy. He's just guy, boom, he's dead. And here he is, elevated, you may say by Dante into the upper circles of Paradise. It's like, what's going on? Go figure. I mean, what do you make of this? And I think this is exactly why Dante puts him here because Dante's point is exactly go figure. In other words, don't think that we, puny humans who look around and see people, not from the inside, but from a partial perspective. We shouldn't be think that we have divine knowledge. We don't have divine foreknowledge. We don't have divine knowledge at all. And divine knowledge, that's superior wisdom that sees all things sort of perfectly and as they are, that might see rape in a completely different way than you do or I do or even Virgil does in the

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Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann: Pray for the Upcoming WHO Vote

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 4 d ago

Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann: Pray for the Upcoming WHO Vote

"Is there anything we can do to avert this? I mean, it's effectively the end of America. It sounds like I'm making this up. But what you just said is it's unbelievable to cede sovereignty to some organization. I mean, it's fundamentally unconstitutional, but I guess my question is, what can we do? Well, what we can do, first of all, is pray. And remember that God does not abandon us. His banner over us is love. He hears us when we cry out to him. And so no one should despair. No one should cry, what we need to do is recognize that we have a holy God who loves us. This is not taking him by surprise, praise psalms too over this issue. Psalms too says that the nations are in rebellion against God, but God sits on his throne and laughs about things like this because he is sovereign. You can't give away ultimate sovereignty. God is sovereign. So what the Biden administration is doing is clearly lawless. It is clearly unconstitutional, but there's a difference between law and power and the Biden administration has the power to do whatever they want unless we check them. So what we need to do is contact our U.S. senators, our House members, our governor, our state attorney general, because all of them are impacted and tell them we want these Biden amendments withdrawn before they're voted on May 22nd through 28 in Geneva, Switzerland at the world health

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Doug Giles Shares the Premise of 'Psalms of War' Book

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Doug Giles Shares the Premise of 'Psalms of War' Book

"Of war that we discussed a few months ago. Tell us what that is in case people missed that program. Yeah, the book songs of war prayers are literally kick ass. It's a compendium of 28 imprecations. Wait a minute, wait a minute. Wait a minute. See, I can't let that go. That's so sums of war colon, prayers, go ahead, prayers that literally kick ass. That literally kick ass. Ladies and gentlemen, this is a family program. We have no problem using the term balaam's ass on this program. This is so funny. So sums of war prayers that literally kick us. These are called the imprecatory psalms, right? These are the ones where we're praying judgment down on evil on our enemies. Right. Yeah, and a lot of Christians are like, oh, Eric and Doug, we can't do that, that's for Old Testament times where God was an old meanie and now we've got sweet and cuddly 7 pound 13 ounce baby Jesus. And he has nary a Pete bad to say about evil leaders in their imaginations. And unlike widow, I can read and when I read Christ in the scripture, Matthew 22 43, he said that the imprecatory psalms on two that David wrote was inspired by this person called the third person of the godhead, the Holy Spirit. And so a lot of Christians back off from these imprecation Eric, they don't want to pray these harsh prayers, but listen, if we've got implacable enemies that are impenitent, that they are spot well that the bad ideas and demonic powers, then we don't go nice with them. We pull out this 44 Magnum dirty hairy prayer. This tomahawk missile, and we launch it at the powers of darkness, and yes, sometimes there are some human collateral damage, but they're in the Bible,

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Could Trump Be Back in the White House Before 2024? Rick Joyner Weighs In

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 5 months ago

Could Trump Be Back in the White House Before 2024? Rick Joyner Weighs In

"And, you know, when we're talking about second civil wars and second revolutions and all this stuff, we understand that all of this breaks historical precedents. We are living in a time unlike anything any of us have seen in our lifetimes. There's no question about it that there's this is a kind of madness that we just have never seen. So that's why I'm unclear on what lies ahead. I mean, I know what we're kind of makes sense. But then I think to myself, we're not living in a time where things make sense. And anything can happen. So that's why I'm more open to the idea that Trump could be back before 2024. Rick, any thoughts on that? Well, I don't have anything I would say was from the lord about it. And I'm not that confident in my what I might think about it. But to lead a little bit of biblical connection to what we're going through, we're in psalm too. When the nations are trying to sever all courts with the lord. And the nations are in derision. And it's going to become more and more so, our nation is in derision. We're in confusion right now. But some two, the lord sits in the heavens and laughs, so don't ever lose your sense of humor. It's a part of sitting with a.m. in his seat. He's laughing about it. Some two is going to lead to Joel two, the mobilizing of the army of God that is going to lead to acts and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. We've all been seeking. All these things are going to be taking place. And some of them are going to be getting most of the attention for time and at times other parts, but we're in a time when the whole age is changing.

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Doug Giles Tells Us About His Latest Book 'Psalms of War'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 7 months ago

Doug Giles Tells Us About His Latest Book 'Psalms of War'

"Back. I'm talking to none other than Doug Giles, GI Ellie S he has a new book out called sums of war. There it is, psalms of war with a picture of David in a sling, and who created that picture, Doug Giles. Yeah, man, I did. And a great pilot for an incredible carrier. I won't mention their names. Because they're in the throes of some legal battles over a forced jab. But anywho, he bought the original painting of king David. This is all young whippersnapper David as a teenager, queueing up to put a big hole in Goliath's forehead as a teenager Eric doing what men should do, but all the men are scared. Yeah. They're lining the rim of the valley of ela and they're afraid to confront Goliath because they see a monster that's too big to kill. And David saw a guy who's too big to miss. So, yeah, I painted that. And throughout the book, I've got 30 different paintings. And I've done some incredible stuff on the biblical bad boys of the scripture that a lot of people when they think, man, when they think about Jesus or the apostles or the prophets, they think that they're just bearded ladies. And these guys were rough cussing fishermen that were hardy that they would stare down monsters had stare down pharaoh. And they took all kinds of persecutions and beatings. And I tried to through my art depict them as dudes instead of these pale skin little indoor boys who drink. And or boys I've never heard that before. That is

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'Sports & Entertainment News Compilation (#3) ft. Street Professor' (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #24) - burst 4

Ball & Buds

03:34 min | 8 months ago

'Sports & Entertainment News Compilation (#3) ft. Street Professor' (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #24) - burst 4

"You. Bastards lay leave. Britney spears alone right now a minute anyone who has a problem with are you with me. Because she's not well right now. I'm good good anyways. Kanye west put out an album. I had heard he was putting out. But i did not know when it came out but apparently called donde which i believe was his mother's name. If i remember correctly apparently it has a lot of songs on it. Because apparently i just found this out this morning twenty. Three of the songs landed on the billboard. Hot one hundred. So i thought i thought i read that incorrectly. So i'd like did a double take and i was like. Oh maybe they mean twenty three hundred and his whole career. I mean twenty three hundred twenty three on the top one hundred in his whole career. I was like oh. That makes sense. And i was like wait. I look back down. I read it again. I said don to twenty three songs. I say what the hell hummy songs on this album. And why yawkey pipe in this man up. I know twenty. Three songs shouldn't have been on the top one hundred. I mean unless he made a thirty five album psalm. Forty song then. Yeah maybe half of them would have been on there. But i know he ain't twenty-five album song you're telling me twenty three of them were we must have some shitty ass musicians out. Nowadays don't listen to the radio. Here's why don't listen. pop meet exactly what. Oh by the way he is. The seventh artists ever with ten number one albums. Good foxsports will sell ads for their super bowl super bowl fifty two wow super bowl fifty seven and they will sell those super bowl fifty seven ads for a record fifty for a record. Six million dollars per thirty seconds. Jeez louise that's a lotta money from thirty seven commercial. Could hey sony and microsoft. Ps five xbox shortages due to the semi conductor sorties. So if you are waiting on your console you might be waiting awhile and everybody boy nasty. I'm sure he got his already admitted to morning and ask him. But i forgot but i'm sure he already got his. He don't play and so it turns out that the shortage of so bad. That even my boy buck. Nash doesn't even have his yet. So this shortage must be really crucial. You know what i mean. Google this is big news. El salvador officially has become the first country to adopt bitcoin as their legal tender. So that's crazy. We're moving to the digital age now. Y'all digital currency is coming to every government so you better be ready. Start by goal. Put cash on your matches and what you do good. Oh good news in richmond. They took down the confederate robert e lee. That punk ass bitch. They took his statue down in richmond. Good good finally that shit out that damn city city is dirty and racists enough to clean

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"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:06 min | 9 months ago

"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Precious in the sight of the lord is the death of his saints. Oh lord truly i am thy servant i am thy servant in the son of fine handmade thou cast loosed my bonds. I will offer to the the sacrifice of thanksgiving and we'll call upon the name of the lord i will pay my vows unto the lord now in the presence of all his people in the courts of the lord's house in the midst of the oh jerusalem praise ye the lord psalm one hundred seventeen. Oh praise the lord all ye nations praise him all ye people for his merciful. Kindness is great toward us and the truth of the lord endure th for ever praise ye the lord. The book of psalms recording by linda. Ciano psalm one hundred and eighteen okay give thanks unto the lord for he is good because his mercy endure th forever let israel now say that his mercy endure forever let the house of arran. Now say that his mercy endure forever. Let them now that fear. The lord say that his mercy indoor forever i called upon the lord in distress the lord answered me and set me in a large place the lord is on my side i The lord taketh my part with them that helped me therefore shall i see my desire upon them that hate me it is better to trust in the lord then to put confidence in man it is better to trust in the lord than to put confidence in princes. All nations compost me about but in the name of the lord. Will i destroy them. They compass to me about ua. They compass me about but in the name of the lord i will destroy them. They compost me about like bees. They are quenched as the fire of thorns. For in the name of the lord. I will destroy them. Thou cast thrust sore at me that i might fall but the lord helped me. The lord is my strength and saw and is become my salvation. The voice of rejoicing and salvation is in the tabernacles of the righteous. The right hand of the lord do with valiantly the right hand of the lord is exalted. The right hand of the lord do with valiantly i shall not die but live and declare the works of the lord the lord hath chastened me sore but he hath not given me over unto death open to me the gates of righteousness..

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"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

02:21 min | 9 months ago

"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Oh israel trust thou in the lord. He is their help and their shield. Oh house of erin. Trust in the lord he is their help and their shield ye that fear the lord trust in the lord he is their help and their shield the lord hath been mindful of us. He will bless us. He will bless the house of israel he will bless the house of erin he will bless them that fear the lord both small and great the lord shall increase you more and more you and your children. You're blessed of the lord which made heaven and earth the heaven. Even the heavens are the lord's but the earth had he given to the children of men the dead praise not the lord. Neither any that go into silence. But we will bless the lord from this time forth and forevermore praise the lord psalm one hundred sixteen i love the lord because he had heard my voice and my supplication locations because he hath inclined his ear unto me therefore will i call upon him as long as i live the sorrows of death compass to me and the pains of how get hold upon me. I found trouble and sorrow then called upon the name of the lord. Oh lord i beseech the deliver my soul gracious is the lord and righteous. Yea our god is merciful. The lord preserves the simple i was brought low he helped me return unto thi- rest. Oh my soul for the lord hath dealt bountifully with the for thou has delivered my soul from death mine is from tears and my feet from falling. I will walk before the lord in the land of the living i believed therefore have i spoken. I was greatly afflicted i said in my haste all men are liars. What shall i render unto the lord for all his benefits toward me. I will take the cup of salvation and call upon the name of the lord i will pay my vows unto the lord now in the presence of all.

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"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:52 min | 9 months ago

"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Ye the lord. Blessed is the man that fear of the lord that delighted greatly in his commandments. His seed chubby mighty upon earth the generation of the upright shall be blessed wealth and riches shall be in his house and his righteousness endure for ever unto the upright. There arise with light in the darkness. He is gracious and full of compassion and righteous. A good man shoo with favor and lend death. He will guide his affairs with discretion. Surely he shall not be moved forever. The righteous shall be an everlasting remembrance. He shall not be afraid of evil tidings. His heart is fixed trusting in the lord his heart is established. He shall not be afraid until he see his desire upon his enemies. He had dispersed. He has given to the poor. His righteousness endures forever. His horn shall be exalted with honor. The wicked shall see it and be grieved. He shall nash with his teeth and melt away. The desire of the wicked shall perish. Psalm one hundred thirteen praise. Ye the lord praise oh ye servants of the lord. Praise the name of the lord. Blessed be the name of the lord from this time forth and forevermore from the rising of the sun onto the going down of the same. The lord's name is to be praised. The lord is high above all nations and his glory. Above the heavens who is like unto the lord our god who dwell on high who humble himself to behold the things that are in heaven and in the earth he raises up the poor out of the dust and lifted the needy out of the dunghill that he may set him with princes even with the prince's of his people he make it the barren woman to keep house into be joyful mother of children. Praise ye the lord psalm. One hundred and fourteen. When israel went out from egypt the house of jacob from people of strange language judah was his sanctuary and israel his dominion the see saw it and fled. Jordan was driven back. The mountain skipped like rams in the little hills like lambs. What ailed the o thou. See that thou flattest thou jordan that that was driven back e mountains that he skipped like rams any little hills like lambs. Tremble thou earth that the presence of the lord at the presence of the god of jacob which turned the rock into a standing water in flint into a fountain of waters psalm. One hundred fifteen not unto us a lord not unto us but unto thy name give glory for thy mercy in for the truths sake wherefore should the heathen say whereas now they're god but our god is in the heavens he had done whatsoever he f- pleased. Their idols are silver and gold. The work of men's hands. They have mouths but they speak not is have they but they see not they have ears but they hear not noses have they but they smell not they have hands but they handle not feed have they but they walk not neither speak. They threw their throat. They that make them are like unto them so as everyone that trust within them..

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"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

02:26 min | 9 months ago

"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Org recording by. Robert hoffman. the book of psalms from the king james version psalm. One hundred ten the lord said unto my lord. Sit thou at my right hand. Until i make thine enemies thy footstool the lord shell send the rod of thy strength out of zion rule thou in the midst of nine enemies thy people shall be willing in the day of thy power in the beauties of holiness from the womb of the morning thou has the do of youth the lord hath sworn and will not repent thou art a priest forever after the order of milk is a deck the lord. Thi- right hand shall strike through kings. In the day of his wrath he shall judge among the heathen he- shall fill the places with the dead bodies. He shall wound the heads over many countries. He shall drink of the brooklyn the way therefore shall he lift up the head psalm. One eleven praise ye the lord. I will praise the lord with my whole heart. In the assembly of the upright and in the congregation the works of the lord our great sought out of all them that have pleasure there in his work is honorable and glorious and his righteousness endure forever he hath made his wonderful works to be remembered. The lord is gracious in full of compassion. He has given me unto them. That fear him he will ever be mindful of his covenant. He has shooed his people. The power of his works that he may give them the heritage of the heathen. The works of his hands are verity and judgment. All his commandments are sure they stand fast forever. And ever and are done. In truth and uprightness he sent redemption unto his people. He had commanded his covenant. Four ever holy and reverend is his name. The fear of the lord is the beginning of wisdom. A good understanding have all they that do his commandments. His praise endure forever.

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Kabul Evacuation Draws Comparison to Saigon in 1975

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

Kabul Evacuation Draws Comparison to Saigon in 1975

"The cobbled evacuation is drawing comparisons to the Vietnam War sands Saigon nineteen seventy five helicopters lifted thousands of Americans and Vietnamese allies out of the city in in in during symbol of U. S. defeat forty six years later a similar scenes unfolding in Kabul but secretary of state Tony Blinken rejects the comparison saying this is manifestly not Saigon GOP congressman Adam Kinzinger and Afghan war vet agrees this is gonna make Saigon look like Disney world in comparison noting thousands of Afghan civilians crowding the airport tarmac psalms so desperate to escape the Taliban they held on to a military jet as it took off and fell to their deaths Sager mag ani Washington

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Tightening Up On Final Tables

Rec Poker

02:36 min | 10 months ago

Tightening Up On Final Tables

"I wanna talk just about this notion of tightening up on final tables and should we tighten up. When should we tighten up our final tables the right place to tighten up and sort of. What are kim. What do you think of when when people ask this kind of question. What are the factors. We should be thinking about well. I think it were a short stack or medium stack more before the bubble. We should be tightening up. So we can make it through the bubble I think after the bubble of were skirt stack. We don't need to tighten up anymore. We can play our range appropriately. And then if we're sort of a middle stock. I think you know in general when i see 'em factors involved i think we generally tighten up a little bit so i think that's you know that that medium stack is kind of the hardest stack to play in a way because the big stacks. They're not really at risk of going out the small stacks. They're probably going out soon anyway. So they don't have as much to lose. Is that medium stack where you've got enough to lose you. Don't wanna get out but you don't wanna have so many chips that you can start pushing people around it is. It is kind of a delicate spot and keith says here Most people tighten up on final tables with medium. Stacks hoping to ladder up but in the monkey system. We released the cracking. He says there are a couple of exceptions where we keep the crack in his cage and One is where we have a medium stack in numerous tax or so short they could go at any time and then he does the real key when we talk about medium stacks and short stocks. Like we're kind of talking about is it's the psalm. Ski ratio again. We talked about this a bit last week. you know. there's a great disparity in the different stacks than it. It's one situation but if if there's a lot of people with short stack then. I think you really have to tighten up even more in that kind of a circumstance. I think it depends a little bit on the page ups. If they're really flat in the beginning that. I don't think it's as important like it. So it depends on we're talking about two dollar pay jumps or talking about two thousand dollar pay jumps or twenty thousand dollar pay jumps like i think it depends. It depends because it affects the decision making of the people in the hand right like because people will play differently on a two dollar. Pay jump than they will on a two thousand absolutely

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A Prayer for Trust During Our Hardest Weeks

Your Daily Prayer

02:11 min | 10 months ago

A Prayer for Trust During Our Hardest Weeks

"A prayer for trust during our hardest weeks by chelsea de matteis read by liam martin he who dwells in the shelter of the most high will abide in the shadow of the almighty psalm. Ninety one one. Have you ever felt like some weeks. Seem like an entire season of life. Recently i was given some of the most exciting news laced with an unknown that had me in despair. It sounds odd trying to put what took place into words. But that's the best i can do. This was a moment where joy was expounding and fear nearly shackled me. I learned two things about myself in this very long week. I have not overcome my desire for control. And i saw once again. How important our prayer warriors are two weeks before this. I had spoken to a friend sharing with her. That i really felt like i'd overcome this area of struggle in my life. I believed i fully handed my desire to control over to the lord clearly and obviously i couldn't see what was coming. This news made me drop to my knees.

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Hide in the Father's Arms

Footsteps to Heaven Podcast Show

01:53 min | 11 months ago

Hide in the Father's Arms

"Sometimes we'll get stalled. Sometimes we get sidetracked when we walk with jesus and the power of the holy spirit to the destination that god the father designed for us. The results are better than we could ask for or imagine and now here's your host terry modera loma friend. Have you ever been in this kind of a situation. You've got a plan you prayed about it. god has called you to it. You feel anointed to do it. You feel gifted to do it. You feel like like god is putting things into place for you to do it and then things go wrong. That's what i want to talk to you about today. How to prevent things from going wrong or when they do wrong how to handle it on the basis of the fact that you can hide in the father's arms god the father wants to hold you and hide you from evil coming at you and ruining what he has planned for your day or your mission your ministry your life. Let me read to you. One of my favorite scriptures this is from psalm twenty seven versus five through six in the day of trouble. He will keep me safe in his dwelling. He will hide me in the shelter of his sacred tent and sent me. Set me high upon a rock then.

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How the Bible Addresses Depression

Magnify Him Together

02:00 min | 11 months ago

How the Bible Addresses Depression

"How to diagnose it and what could cause it. We also discussed ways to get help or to give help with that background. We are now going to open our bibles and see what it has to say you know. Depression is not named in the bible. But it is certainly there. This is not something new but when you know the symptoms you can easily recognize it. The psalms have great examples in psalm. Seventy seven has to be the best of all. Listen to this and see if you recognize these feelings. This is reading from psalm. Seventy seven verses one through thirteen. I cried unto god with my voice even unto god with my voice and he gave ear unto me in the day of my trouble. I sought the lord. My sore ran in the night and ceased not my soul refused to be comforted. I remembered god and i was troubled. I complained and my spirit was overwhelmed. Silla thou hold us mine is waking. I am so troubled that i cannot speak. I have considered the days of old the years of age times culture remembrance. My song in the night. Commune with mine. Own heart and my spirit may diligent search will the lord cast off forever and will he be favorable. No more is his mercy. Clean gun forever duff. His promises fail forevermore hath god forgotten to be gracious. Has he in anger. Shut up his tender mercies salah. And i said this is my infirmity but i will remember the years of the right hand of the most high. I will remember the works of the lord. Surely i will remember thy wonders of old i will meditate also of all the works and talk of all doings by way. Oh god is in. The

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"psalms" Discussed on Live Behind The Veil

Live Behind The Veil

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"psalms" Discussed on Live Behind The Veil

"Welcome to lie behind the veil. An atmosphere where men and women of god speak his word this age and bring his kindle to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and is to see what god is doing in this alley. Let us join our host and the families conversation as the holy spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. God is unfolding worship to us. We're going to read the psalms. Why are we going to read the song. David was a worshiper. So why do i listen to these songs. I wanna receive. What's in those psalms. There's so much in the song. There's so much of how we walk with god. How david walked with god. And i'll tell you what you can read one song over and over day and night for weeks and never exhausted because every line changes your life it can give you a lot of things but one thing. It'll do give you change thrill. To god's you chew. On structured day and night you're a trine slanted in barings. Fresh fruit every month never dropping leaf always in bloom. You're not at all like the wicked. Who are mere windblown dust without defense in court unfit company for innocent people. God the road you take road. They take in skewed fashion translation. Psalm one i to his pleasure and passion is remaining true to the word of am meditating day-night in the true revelation of light. He will be standing firm like a shing tree planted. By god's design deeply rooted by the books lifts bearing fruit in every season of a slight. He has never dry. Never thinking ever bless ever prosperous but how different is. Rv wicked all. They are destined wind driven away in destruction. The work will not endure. The day of judgement for god will not defend them. Nothing but you will succeed or indoor qanon for. They have park with those who walk in truth but how different issues for the right was the lord racist their pets as they move forward. While the way of the league's only to do ninety one in the living bible relieve within the shadow of the almighty sheltered by the god is all this. I declare feel alone. Is memory my place of safety years mike. I'm trusting him for he. Rescues us from every trap from fatal. It was shield is being able shelter. You faithful promise. Suits are in europe. Now you don't need to be afraid of the dark any new dangers of the day. Grab the plane's back in the morning. Thousand paul side with ten thousand dying around me people will not be making her punish. I will not share. It retains over in memory. I choose to god above all guys shelter meal. How evil renege me or anything here for. He orders his angel. Protect you wherever you go with their hands. If you against rob's long fail you can safely meany lion step in question asleep. Yes even trampled. We need your feet. The lord says because he loves me. I will rescue him. I will make him great because he pressed in my main calls on me. I will answer. I will be with him in trouble and rescue honor. I was satisfied him with pro-life and give him my psalms twenty. Four under the rosser ham emphasized bible numbers to your way belong the earth the fullness there the world and they dwelled there in for he upon the seas as founded upon the does he make it firm who shall ascend mountain of your and who shall stand in his holy who with not uplifted to falsehood his soul nor sworn deceitful all their way of blessing from yob and righteousness from his delivering. This is the generation of them. Who inquire of him who seek light face. Oh god jacob lift up or we gates your heads and left yourselves up each abiding doors that the king of glory may come in. Who is the king of y'all strong and might y'all wait mighty in war lift up. Oh ye your heads yes. Let's them age abiding doors that the king of glory may come in. Who then is the king. Lor jar way of hopes. Is that.

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"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Oh lord thou has brought up my soul from the grave. Thou has kept me alive that i should not go down to the pit saying unto the lord oh ye saints of his and give thanks at the remembrance of his holiness for his anger indoors but a moment in his favor is life leaping made door for a night but joy cometh in the morning and in my prosperity i said i shall never be moved lord by thy favor. Thou has made my mountain to stand strong. Thou dissed hide. I face and i was troubled. I cry to the old lord and unto the lord. I made supplication. What profit is there in my blood. When i go down to the pit shall the dust praise the shell. It declared vi- truth here old lord and have mercy upon me lord be thou my helper. Thou his turned for me my mourning into dancing. That was put off my set cloth and girded me with gladness to the end that my glory may sing praise to the and not be silent. Oh lord my god. I will give thanks unto the forever. Some thirty one in the allured. Do i put my trust. Let me never be ashamed. Deliver me in dive. Righteousness bow down nine year to me. Deliver me speedily. Be thou my strong rock for in house of defense to save me for the art. My rock and my fortress therefore for the namesake lead me and guide me pulled me out of the net that they have laid privilege for me for the instruments into fine hand. I commit my spirit. Thou cast redeemed me. Oh lord god of truth. I have hated them. That regard lying vanities. But i trust in the mood. I will be glad and rejoice in die mercy for thou has considered my trouble thou has known my soul in adversities and has not shut me up into the hand of the enemy. Thou has set my feet in a large room. Have mercy upon meal would for. I am in trouble mine. I is consumed with grief. Yea bowl and my belly for my life is spent with grief in my years with cy. My strength fail because of mine iniquity and my bones are consumed. I was a reproach among all mine enemies but especially among my neighbors any fear to mine acquaintance a that did see me without fled from me. I am forgotten as a dead man out.

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"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Hear the voice my supplication. When i cry onto the when i lift up my hands toward the holy oracle draw me not away with the wicket and with the workers of iniquity speak peace to their neighbors but mischief is in their hearts. Give them according to their deeds and according to wickedness of their endeavors. Give them half of the work of their hands rendered to them that desert because they regard not works of the lord nor the operation of his hands he shell destroy them and not build them up. Blessed be the lord because he f- heard the voice of my supplication the lord is my strengthened. My shield my heart trusted him. And i am helped therefore my heart greatly rejoice and with my song will i praise him. The lord is their strength and he is the saving strength of his anointed save people and bless dine inheritance feed them also and lift them up forever some twenty nine yes unto the lord oh ye mighty give unto the lord glory and strength give unto the lord of glory do unto his name worship the lord in the beauty of holiness the voice of the lord is upon the waters. The god of glory thunderous the lord is upon many waters. The voice of the lord is powerful. The voice of the lord is full of majesty the voice of the lord breath the sita's yea the lord break if the cedars of lebanon he make them also to skip like a calf lebanon and syria on like a young unicorn. The voice of the lord divided the flames of fire. The voice of the lord shake it the wilderness. The lord shake the wilderness of dish. The voice of the lord makeup behinds cav and discover the forest and in his temple deaf. Everyone speak of his glory. The lord sitting upon the flood yesterday the lord city king for appa the lord will give strength unto his people the lord will bless his people with peace psalm. Thirty i will extol the lord for thou has lifted me up and has not made my foes to rejoice over me own lord my god i cried unto thee and thou has healed me..

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"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Hands is mischief. And they're right. Hand is full of bribes. But as for me. I will walk in mine. Integrity redeem me and be merciful unto me. My foot standards in an even place in the congregations rely bless the lord psalm twenty seven. The lord is my light end by salvation. Whom shall i fear. The lord is the strength of my life of home. Shall i be afraid. Win the wicked even my enemies and my foes came upon me to eat up my flesh they stumbled and fell though in host should encamp against me. My heart shall not fear though. War should rise against me in this. Will i be confident. One thing have i desired of the lord that will i seek after that. I bathed dwell in the house of the all the days of my life. To behold the beauty of the lord and to inquire in his temple for 'em the time of trouble he shall hide me in his pavilion in the secret of his tabernacle shelley. Hide me. he shall set me up now shall minehead be lifted up above my enemies round about me therefore will i offer in his tabernacle sacrifices of joy. I will sing ua. I will sing. Praises on to the lord here. Lord when i cry with my voice have mercy upon me and answer me when thou saidest seat in my face my heart said unto the life face lord will i seek hide not thy face far from me put not thy servant away in anger. Thou has been my help. Leave me not neither forsake me. Oh god of my salvation. When my father and my mother forsake me then the lord will take me up teach me thy whale lured and leave me in a plane path because of mine enemies. Deliver me not over unto the will of mine enemies for false witnesses have risen up against me and such as breathe out cruelty. I had fainted. Unless i had believed to to see the goodness of the lord in the land of the living. Wait on the lord. Be of good courage. And he shall strengthen dine heart. Wait i say on the lord. Some twenty eight unto the will cry. Oh lord my rock be not silent to me lest if foul be silent to me. I become like them that. Go down into the pit..

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"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"My god i trust in the let me not be ashamed. Let not nine enemies triumph over me. Let none that weight on the shamed. Let them be ashamed. Which transgress without cause. Show me thi- ways. Oh lord teach me thy pad this lead me the truth and teach me for thou art the god of my salvation on the do i wait all the day. Remember own die tender mercies and loving kindnesses for. They have been ever of old. Remember not the sins of my youth nor my transgressions. According to they mercy. Remember thou me for the goodness's sake. Oh lord good and upright is the lord therefore will he teach centers in the way the meek will eat guide in judgment and the meek will he teach his way all the paths of the lord are mercy and truth unto such as keep his covenant and his testimonies for the names cycle pardon mine iniquity for it is great. What man is he that. Fear of the lord him shell. He teach in the way that he shall choose. His soul shall dwell at ease and his siege inherit the earth. The secret of the lord is with them that fear him and he will show them his covenant mine is our ever will the lord for he shall pluck my feet out of the net turned the unto me and have mercy upon me for i am desolate and afflicted the troubles of my heart are larged. Bring them me out of my distresses look upon mine affliction and my pain and forgive all my sins consider my enemies for. They are many and they hate me with cruel hatred. Oh keep my soul and deliver me. Let me not be shamed for. I put my trust in the let integrity and uprightness preserved me for i've wait on the redeem israel out of all his troubles. Some twenty six judge me award for. I have walked in mine integrity. I have trusted. Also in the lord. Therefore i shall not slide examined me lord and prove me tried my rains and my heart for thy loving kindnesses before mine eyes and i have walked in the truth. I have not set with vein persons neither like go in with dissemblers. I have hated the congregation of evildoers and will not sit with the wicked. I will wash mine hands in emma sinc- so will i compass dine alter award that i may publish with the voice of thanksgiving and tell of all the wondrous works lord i have loved the habitation of the house the place with an honor dwell with gather not my soul with sinners nor my life with bloody man.

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"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"psalms" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"The book of psalms. This is a liberal. Vox recording all liberal. Vox recordings are in the public domain for more information or to volunteer cleese visit liberal. Vox dot org. Recording by simon wainwright. The book of psalms king james version. Some twenty three. The lord is my shepherd. I shall not want. He make me to lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside the still waters. He restores my soul. He leave me in the paths of righteousness for his. Name's sake yea. Though i walk through the valley of the shadow of death i will fear no evil for the art with me i rod and i staff. They comfort me. Thou prepares the table before me in the presence of mine enemies thou unnoticed my head with oil my cup runneth over surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life and i will dwell in the house of the lord forever some twenty four the earth is the lord's and the fullness thereof the world and they that dwell therein for he had founded it upon the seas established it upon the floods who shall ascend into the hill of the lord. Or who shall stand in his holy place. He that have clean hands and a pure heart who have not lifted up his soul unto vanity nor sworn deceitfully he shall receive the blessing from the lord and righteousness from the god of his salvation. This is the generation of them that seek him that seek they face. Oh jacob sailor lift up your kids or you gates and be lifted up ye everlasting dealers and the king of glory shall come in. Who is this king of glory. The lord strong and mighty lord mighty in battle lift up your heads only gates even lift them up he everlasting doors and the king of glory. Shell come in. Who is this king of glory. The lord of hosts he is the king of glory sela some twenty-five unto the lord. Do i lift up my soul..

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A Prayer From Psalm 23

Your Daily Prayer

02:06 min | 1 year ago

A Prayer From Psalm 23

"A prayer from psalm. Twenty three five w mcdaniel. The lord is my shepherd i shall not want. He makes me lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside still waters. He restores my soul. He leads me in paths of righteousness for his namesake. Even though i walk through the valley of the shadow of death. I will fear no evil for you are with me your rod and your staff. They comfort me. You prepare a table for me in the presence of my enemies you anoint. My head with oil. My cup overflows. Shirley love will follow me all the days of my life and i will dwell in the house of the lord forever psalm. Twenty three one through six. This well known psalm is so rich with peace and blessing for all our days yet often. We can become so familiar with popular verses and chapters of god's word that they can almost lose the important message that he is wanting to instill within our hearts praying. God's words back to him. And meditating on them. I i can help us to remember his goodness and be strengthened by his truth. The lord is my shepherd. I shall not be in want. He leads us. He guides us. He's always with us and we can be assured and feel safe under his protective care. He makes me lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside quiet waters. He restores my soul. He knows where true rest and blessing are found and leads us there he restores he refreshes he brings peace and goodness he guides me in. Pats afraid to snus for his namesake. He leads us to walk in his ways. He draws us stay close to him and follow him. Even though i walk through the valley of the shadow of death. I will fear no evil for. You're with me your rod and your staff. They comfort me.

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A Prayer for When Youre Tired of Waiting

Your Daily Prayer

01:41 min | 1 year ago

A Prayer for When Youre Tired of Waiting

"All that i am. We quietly before god for my hope is in him. He alone is my rock and my salvation army where i will not be shaken. My victory and honor come from god alone when he is my refuge a rock were no enemy can reach me. Oh my people trust in him at all times pour out your heart to him for. God is our refuge psalm. Sixty two five through eight waiting heart and whether you're waiting in traffic waiting for the seasons change waiting for your husband to home from work trip or waiting for your dream to come. True waiting is never fun. I mean seriously who likes to wait. Who wakes up. And says. I hope i have to wait for something today. All joking aside if the majority of the world could choose between waiting and not waiting. I think we choose the latter. His chances are for waiting for something that means we want it pretty bad but we don't have it yet dear brothers and sisters. I don't know what you're waiting on right now. But i want to invite you to draw strength. Not only from those who have waited before us but from god himself draw strength. From the promises of god and look forward to the fulfillment of those promises for god is not a god of false or empty promises but of beautiful certain promises. We are not alone. We wait. God is with us and he wants us to pour our hearts out to him. He wants us to trust and find refuge in him. I pray the as we wait. We will hold onto these truths. You elect. god's word renew our souls. Whatever he has for us is the way

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Feel-Good Habits with Dr Sandra Lee aka Dr Pimple Popper

The Emma Guns Show

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Feel-Good Habits with Dr Sandra Lee aka Dr Pimple Popper

"Going to share your five feel-good habits okay. Yes and i'm excited to hear what these odd. Because i think he must have to in channel sort of being a good mood. Because you the position that you're in bed with me with this one doctor people coming to you with issues. Then mood might be low. And i think sometimes it might be on you to both of them so i'm very interested to hear what you have. It's also where we started saying. What's number one. Well that is part of my healthy habits. Actually so so. I would say certainly. And i don't always get this but number. One is certainly. I think all of us know this. Get a good night's sleep I tend to have a little more on psalm. Neha i keep my phone. I try not to keep my phone your money but it's very hard not to do that. And being a mother a mom. I feel like it also makes you have a tough time to get arrested asleep but you feel so much better in the morning. I'm sure we all feel that. So that keeps you looking younger You feel healthier. Eat healthier everything. So that's the key right. Are these the kind of things you're looking for an answer like this sort of thing right one hundred percent so dave have a sleep schedule. So do you have a routine at night to make sure that. Get that sleep Yes i do have a routine. I don't know if it. I don't have a winedown sorta period. I just think that you know that's my only time to sort of relax in my bed and watch like a tv show. That doesn't require a lot of gang and Has nothing to do with pimple popping out just just just reconvening with my my husband and my kids and just trying to just unplug

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God's Gracious Deliverance (Psalm 80:19)

Pray the Word with David Platt

02:00 min | 1 year ago

God's Gracious Deliverance (Psalm 80:19)

"So i'm chapter eighty verse nineteen restore us o lord. God of hosts. Let your face shine that. We may be saved now. This verse is repeated. Multiple times in psalm chapter eighty for three says restore us. Oh god let your face shine that we may be saved for seven restore us. Oh god of hosts let your face shine that we may be saved verse fourteen. Not the exact same language very similar. Turn again god host look down from heaven and see and then what i read at the beginning the last verse in the song restore us. Oh lord god of hosts let your face shine that we may be saved and in that repetition obviously whenever we are reading through scripture and we see a phrase or a word reverse even like we see here repeated multiple times. Were getting a pretty clear clue from the holy spirit as to the theme of the chapter of what god is saying in his word at this point and the takeaway that we need in our lives from it and the whole picture here and som- chapter eighty is a picture of our need for god's face to shine upon us just think about that imagery in this psalm for the face of god to shine upon us. What does that mean. Well obviously based on the context of this passage the fact that it says let your face shine that we may be saved that we may be saved. Let your face shine that we may be saved. It's a picture of god's saving his people of god providing for his people

Upright Heart and Skillful Hands

Pray the Word with David Platt

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Upright Heart and Skillful Hands

"Soem chapter seventy eight verse. Seventy two says with upright heart. He shepherded them and guided them with his skilful hand so this is such an interesting verse to in this chapter with this chapter. That is recounted. It is recounted the history of god's work among his people on the very end. The psalmist talks about over. Seventy how god shows david his servant and took him from the sheep folds to shepherd his people to lead his people talking about king. David and this is the description we have of king david in verse. Seventy two the last verse. In the song says with upright heart he shepherded them and guided them with his skilful hand and i read that verse and i immediately think god. I wanna be like that. Don't you think about in my life. Anything i do. I think about my my shepherding of my family. I i wanna shepherd my family with an up right heart. I want to guide them with a skilful hand particularly when we think about leadership position. Were in don't we want that. Don't we wanna lead people with upright hearts and skillful hands. Those two qualities Psalm seventy eight seven. Seventy two backing us to pray for those two qualities in our lives and particularly in any way in which we lead others that we would have upright hearts and skillful hands as a pastor. I want these things. I would encourage you to pray for this in pastors in any leaders in your church to pray that they would have upright hearts and skillful hands.

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May God Be Glorified (Psalm 74:22)

Pray the Word with David Platt

02:00 min | 1 year ago

May God Be Glorified (Psalm 74:22)

"Some chapter seventy four verse. Twenty two arise o. God defend your cause. Remember how the foolish scoff at you all day. So this this psalm is an interesting follow up to psalm. Seventy three which we prayed through yesterday. So psalm seventy three talked about the prosperity of the wicked and the psalmist found refuge comfort in the fact that he could be near god that we are near god. He loves us and leads us and guides us. And then you get to psalm. Seventy four and you see a similar depiction of the injustice of the world the prosperity of the wicked and specifically even the prosperity of those who scoff at god the success so to speak in the world of people who mock god who are enemies of god and who hurt gods people in different ways and in this psalm. We hear this theme. it's encapsulated really in verse. Twenty two arise. Oh god defend your cause remember how the foolish scoff at you all the day and other words yes. It is right in assam. Seventy three kind of way. Just to find refuge in god personally in a world where the wicked prosper in different ways and it is good to call out to god for him to show his justice and him to show his glory and him to show his righteous rule and reign in the world to bring an end to injustice to bring an end to scoffing at his name to bring an end ultimately to injustice in the world.

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God's Plan for Justice (Psalm 72:1)

Pray the Word with David Platt

02:16 min | 1 year ago

God's Plan for Justice (Psalm 72:1)

"Some chapter seventy two verse one. Give the king your justice. Oh god in your righteousness. The royal sun. Thus begins a song that is a prayer for and really an owed to praise to in a sense. The king of israel as a representative of the reign of god is king so this is so important understanding this psalm to understanding how scripture points us to jesus and then even practically to how we pray for leaders today when we think about leaders of government or leaders in the church leaders really in any capacity because god sets up leaders puts leaders in place over institutions from government to church and so many other things to be a reflection of his character. Got us designed called leaders to lead with justice. That's the very first phrase. Give your king justice. God and to judge people lead people with righteousness verse to to lead the poor to defend the cause of the poor of the people to give deliverance. To the children of the needy to crush the oppressor as verse. Four and psalm. Chapter seventy two and then you keep going on throughout the song and you see a picture of good wise just rule and reign. That is good for people that has glorifying to god. And so when we read a song like this we should pray for all of these things in leaders around us leaders above uh if i could use that term to think about leaders of countries to pray for this and leaders that they would be a good reflection of the character of god and then as we do that will inevitably realize that the leaders around us any leader in this world is not perfect. Injustice or perfect in righteousness

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"psalms" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show

Bible Study Evangelista Show

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"psalms" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show

"What do we do when it's clear that our own sin has contributed to the mess that our family is. What do we do when we recognize that we are reaping what we sown that were reaping more than we've sown and we're reaping later than we sewed what we do then well part of what we do in this psalm. We cry out to god and we learn the lessons. That god is teaching us through the people around us. they're not our enemies. They are our allies in purification and in holiness. So if your child is betraying you or has betrayed you. If someone in your family is or has betrayed you you need to use it as an as an occasion of. How did i contribute. And what am i supposed to be learning here because are suffering we learned in the last song is not arbitrary. God allows particular things because of our own particular sin habits our predominant fault and those places in which we really need to be purified that we cannot locate and cannot identify ourselves. And that's why it's so important that we lean in the pain of it makes us want to resist it. We automatically get angry at the person. Through whom the betrayal comes we automatically get angry at the offense and the person who is offending us and we get angry at god for allowing it. That's resisting instead what we do. Is we look at ourselves if you are in a situation where you have gone to confession and a priest has told you that you need to to maybe consider that someone else had fought in this thing to that might be true. But i'm telling you that when god speaks to you. He speaking about you and he speaks to us through our circumstances in our relationships and remember that mary is our model and when we hear the word of god were supposed to be looking at our relationships in our circumstances because the purification comes through the suffering through the people who are offending and betraying and attacking and hurting us. I'm not saying necessarily that. We're to blame. Always sometimes we are. But i will say this that in any conflict there is almost always something that we have had that first of all we have contributed to but also that we are at fault for almost always even if it's really really minor and when i when i say this i'm thinking particularly of the last or the only confrontation that i ever had with my dad. I was always too afraid of him to confront him in any way but he summoned me to his house when he learned that i was going to get married and he. He demanded that. I pushed the date back. And i wouldn't do it because at that time. I was forming with my husband. Who wasn't my husband at the time. And i wanted to end that situation as quickly as possible and so would not move the date and that discussion got very loud and my dad got angry and basically verbally started to attack me and tell me what a terrible daughter terrible person and all this that i was. It made me mad. Because i was sick of it. I was sick of being in that position with him. Where i could never do the right thing no matter what i did and i was just done and so i shot him a bird and i left and he was screaming at me following me out the door and down the driveway. You better be sure. This is what you want right. And i was like. Hey i'm sure. And i'm flipping the bird. You know my point. There is though. I had something that i was at fault for and it was disrespecting my father and when god came to me and asked me to call my father and asked him to forgive me. I was so mad at god. I said how dare you asked me to be the one to call him. My entire life has been spent in this position of of control from this man. I'm done with it. I am sick of being bullied and manipulated and lied to and pushed around by him. I'm done. I'm not calling him and asking him to forgive me for anything and i'll just be honest. That was my attitude. But god continued to ask me to do it and i was so hurt by that because i had so much pain and so many horrible horrible memories at the hands of my father and the fact that god was pointing his finger at me as the one at fault in that confrontation made me so it was so hurtful and it made me so angry that he could do whatever he wanted. But i dag on had to be the one to to be humble and go ask for forgiveness. And i just i couldn't do it and i even told god i just cannot do it. I'm sorry i cannot do. It and god was patient with me and he he allowed me to just continue to say no for quite some time and i finally. I finally told him. I will do it if you can make me want to. You know because. God is god and he can do anything so i kinda just laid all the onus on him but as i did that he took me up on it and i never really wanted to call my father but what i did want to do was please my heavenly father and i wanted him to wanted him to be proud of me and i wanted to do the right thing and so i did it because i wanted to please my heavenly father and i did call my father and it turned out to be exactly like i knew it would be. My dad. blamed me for the whole thing but what happened in that. That episode was that my father never again had any hold on me. Something happened there. When i was willing to climb up on that alter in obedience to god and humble myself and asked my father to forgive me for flipping him off when i did that. It was on the telephone. And i was balling sick of crying in his presence. And just you know. I just i hated it. I hated myself for being for being that way constantly. Just you know like he was like he not just had control over me but that he was subservient to him. You know i was just so sick of it. But i'm telling you that when i did it when i allowed god to lead me into that very very dark humble place something happened in that moment and it felt almost felt it only inside it was like a string that had connected me to my father in a very toxic way.

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"psalms" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show

Bible Study Evangelista Show

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"psalms" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show

"So in the old testament in the beginning the main civilization was egypt and so the pyramids were built around twenty five hundred bc. And abraham was born around twenty one hundred bc. And then you have job around. Two thousand and moses is born around fifteen hundred bc then the hittites conquer babylon so babylon sort of begins to rise in prominence. The death of king tut was around thirteen. Hundred something ish and then the iron age began around. Twelve hundred troy was destroyed by the trojan war in eleven hundred ish and then the exodus. That's the the very first really main event of old testament history after of course the birth of abraham and the birth of moses. Then we have the exodus the hebrews inter canaan around fourteen o six and. Then you have the judges which i mentioned earlier that happened about one hundred years later somewhere around there a little bit less And i order here. This is where the trojan war occurred around eleven hundred and then the olympic games the birth of homer so we can sort of see ancient greece rising too so you have Egypt and then babylon and then persia and then Greece restarts to sort of raza king. David becomes king around and be see and then. The first temple is completed under his son. Solomon and israel falls to assyria about two hundred years later. Now i'm being very very general here but that happened in seven twenty two when the t the ten tribes up north were called israel and they fell to assyria in seven twenty two and then babylon false to persia in five thirty nine and the parthenon is built about one hundred years later and alexander. The great conquered in around three hundred. Ish judah judah fouls babylon in five eighty six so in seven twenty two israeli falls israel falls to a syria and the the other two tribes of judah in the south fault to babylon five eighty six and then they return ride about forty eight years they start returning the exiles do and they they returned to israel and that was under king cyrus that whole story is in the old testament and you can see there where i find this interesting that they actually were in captivity seven times seven. They it's about forty eight forty nine years and so a sabbath then was every seven years they had a sabbath year. Of course you have a sabbath every week right but then there is a sabbath year in the seventh year and seven of those sabbath is forty nine forty nine would be the second the seventh seventh. And there's a jubilee year. Which is the fiftieth year and so this jubilee then would have been around the time of the end of the seventh sabbath and the jubilee. Which is that's the time period in which the exiles began to return to jerusalem and they started rebuilding and then you have this inner testament period of about four hundred years or so But in between there. The hebrew scriptures are translated into greek for the sept two agent. That's where we get our set to agent. and then the maccabees. All of that occurred around one. Sixty six and the roman conquest of britain occurred in about forty three bc. Then there is that inner tested mental period. I'm sorry i got. I got way off there. Jesus born around five five bc. There are kind of to timelines going on at the same time the secular history and the biblical history. But you can see there The captivity that we're talking about in this particular. Psalm was the babylonian captivity and they were in exile about forty eight years and would have begun returning in the forty ninth and rebuilding in the forty-ninth and the fiftieth speak. So what i'm saying. There is that god allow them to remain in captivity. Until the sabah's were recovered it says in the scriptures and so. That's another idea that we need to look at it and we have in previous psalms. How are we are. We keeping proper sabbath. Because that was the sign for them of their covenant with god and that that is what part of what is involved in the blessings of keeping that covenant. Remember that they're built in and the sabbath blessings are built in as well. They are part of natural law. And so god bless that seventh day and he did it. Uniquely uniquely blessed day and when we set apart that uniquely blessed day we experienced the blessings of sabbath and the people part of the prophets. Say ezekiel mainly in in very clear. Detail he talks about how the fact that the people didn't keep sabbath is part of what had What compromise them to the point that they became vulnerable to other nations and they were taken into captivity and exile so keeping sabbath is something we need to think about especially because the timing of their captivity and their return to jerusalem to rebuild was about seven sabbath and so god was then the land and the people to recover the sabbath that they had not kept faithfully with him. And so now we're we're back to the third section of our som- where the psalmist is talking about. How the servants hold the the stones and the dust deers so even the stones in the dust of their temple and they're they're central city jerusalem. All of that was very dear to them. And then we have that prophecy that the nations will fear the name of the lord and all the kings of the earth will fear his glory. The lord will build up zion. He will appear in his glory. He will regard the prayer of the destitute and will not despise their supplication. So there's your encouragement if you are experiencing this kind of suffering for whatever reason go inward look at yourself and at the same time. Cry out to god because he hears you he. Here's the prayer of the destitute. Even when it's our own fault he here's the prayer he wants to help. That's what i was telling this person who came to me for spiritual consultation on addiction. And i was saying she she said i. Can't i feel guilty for asking god for help and i'm like well. How are you going to get help. There is nobody else that can help you the way god can and i believe that he's pouring out particular grace's right now because our times are so evil so we need to call out to god because god hears us he waits for us to turn to him and remember that was the essence of the very first section of our song. We first and god is always waiting there. He is he's already there..

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"psalms" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show

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"psalms" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show

"Adult idolatry and then the northern ten tribes were taken into captivity to syria and the southern tribes were taken into captivity to babylon more on that. When we get back..

"psalms" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show

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07:12 min | 1 year ago

"psalms" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show

"They it says for. I know my transgressions and my sin is ever before me against the the only have i seen and done that which is evil in the sight. So that thou art justified. In thy sentence and blameless in my judgment behold i was brought forth in iniquity and my sin and incense did my mother conceive me behold you desire truth in the inward being therefore teach me wisdom in my secret heart so david. There is confessing his sin. He does it clearly and without hesitation as soon as he hears and receives. The word of god through the prophet nathan. Nathan was Prophets in that day. Were that's why they were prophets. They offered god's word to his people and so when nathan confronted david about his sin with that parable of the lamb. That's when david understood that he was the man he said nathan said to him. You are the man and david knew immediately. And now we know and i mentioned in psalm. Thirty two that it was probably about a year that passed between his sin and this repentance and so he had lots of time to fester. And isn't that the case where we don't want to repent right away for whatever reason maybe we maybe we enjoy the habit of sin and we don't wanna repent. I mean they're up. Just be honest. there have been times that that's been the case for me. I didn't wanna repent. I knew i was doing the wrong thing but just didn't want to stop and so god allows you to go all the way to the end of that until you're just completely miserable and that's what happens today that he is miserable and this is why it's so important to be in the scriptures single day with love the word especially when you're reading the readings because you get these psalms and you get the old testament reading and you get the new testament reading and all of those together. The holy spirit will use to convict us of sin and to show it to his. Clearly his word is powerful. It says and so it's incisive it gets in beneath our justification and beneath our blindness and beneath our lack of awareness. It gets in there so that david can say i know my offense against you alone have i sinned. I have done evil in your sight now. Of course we know that david. Or that god was not the only one that david sinned against he sinned against god but he sinned against about sheba and your ira and the entire kingdom and the whole community of god's people so our sin involves all of those elements. It's not just against god. But for david your i was dead he had your riot keeled and sheba. He was married to her. And most everyone else either didn't know about it or wasn't sure. And so david as king he saying he doesn't have anybody else to bring him to account he's king bass sheba can't do it. You're i can't do it. Nathan could do it but he could also die for it. He didn't but he could have. Because david is the highest authority in the kingdom. And so when he says i have sinned against you alone. That's what he's expressing. He's expressing that. Only god really could bring him to an account of his sin and god did so through his word with nathan and so we see that our own personal awareness and consciousness consciousness comes into play when we open up our heart to clearly perceive our own sinfulness. And anybody who's ever been forgiven knows that this is an experience that involves freedom and responsibility and it leads us to admit that we have broken our commitment to god in order to make some sort of different choice in our lives regarding god's word and then after an awareness of our sin and an acknowledgement of it. Sometimes we are aware but we don't acknowledge it or admit it but after we have admitted it there comes a time where we either choose to change. Or we don't and in david's case he did a radical decision to change occurred and that is what the word repent means which we have talked about in depth. So i won't go into it again. But within this mecer array. Then there's this emphasis sin is not only considered personal and psychological but it has a theological quality against god we sin and it also has a community quality which will see at the end of the song and that's part of why confession to a priest as the one who forgives us on behalf of the whole church is important and i've i've shared the story many times where we had. I had done this myself. But i hadn't seen it so clearly until someone did it to us but but in the baptist church you know you you confess to god directly and you're forgiven directly because there is no other way to do it and that's fine if you've only sinned against god but no one only sins against god right. There is the community in david's case it was both political and religious and for us. We see in also against other christians in the church. Sometimes we send against our families sometimes but all ultimately we always sin against ourselves and the plan and the the goodness that god wants for us but we also sin against god so there is a community quality to all of our sin. And that's why it's necessary to have a priest who can forgive on behalf of the whole church. And as i mentioned we had these church splits and one of the parties who is involved in that constant church splitting at our church stood up on sunday and said i have confessed myself to god and he's forgiven me and basically what he was saying is i don't want to hear anything else about it and it really made me mad because i was thinking. Well you didn't ask me for forgiveness. You devastated me. You devastated our pastor and his wife and their family and the whole church. And you didn't ask us for forgiveness you didn't ask anyone else for forgiveness. And so they're in a very glaring way. I saw how inadequate it is to just pronounce that you're forgiven by god. Without having some sort of authority who can do so on behalf of the whole community and that was a huge huge thing for me is. I came into the church. It was a comfort. Because i realized then not only was that true for everyone else but it was also true for me my sin that i have sinned against the church collectively and all of our sin in some way does send against the whole church and all of humanity. Because we're all connected and they are confession then to the priest or to god through the priest that confession then is accepted and we are forgiven on behalf of the whole community and so we can see how that is important and david understood it to be important. And so he he did. He confessed publicly. I believe he actually well. We know he did actually face to face to nathan he said i am the man and then of course he pinned this some so sin then is not just personal and it's not just psychological in our day of science worship. We've somehow come to consider that. All of our personal and social and national problems are issues of heredity and chemistry and biology and culture and psychology but never spirit.

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"psalms" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show

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08:01 min | 1 year ago

"psalms" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show

"Show where we love and lived. All we've been given i'm sonya. Corbett bible study evangeline stuff. We are in arlington series on the seven penitential. Psalms and this is week. Four on psalm. Fifty one depending on your translation. It may also be numbered number fifty but it begins. Have mercy on me. Oh god according to the steadfast love and we've talked about in previous shows that to a jew to recite the first or maybe the first couple of lines of any particular passage was to bring to mind for the people who were listening the entire passage and the jewish people had a very rich tradition of recitation and memory and so if you think back to the celtic bards where they were sometimes hours and hours long and the singer would sing the ballad or the bard and embellish sometimes but the point being that the bar had to remember the entire song in order to recite it and so the jewish people that actually comes from a very rich tradition of oral teaching in oral storytelling. An oral memory. And so that's part of why the people understood tradition to be a a very important thing and that carried over somewhat to the catholic church where we understand tradition to be both scripture and capital t. tradition which is of course the deposit of faith those two things together constitute the deposit of faith for the church so this particular song and some fifty one. It says the Notation says to the choirmaster and we know that a song is a song and these songs would have been sung and recited within the whole community. Of god's people after david i composed it and of course we know that this is a psalm of david because the notation says oh osama david when nathan the prophet came to him after he had gone into bethsheba and this sort of echoes. That that's on psalm. Thirty two as well and we spoke about david sin with bashing the end. So i won't go into that again. But every friday during morning prayers of the liturgy of the hours we recite psalm fifty one. It's called the me. Sarah it's a penitential psalm. Of course which is why. We're doing it in this series and it's an important practice in the church and for us now particularly this year because many people do not recognize their sinfulness and each of us i would say probably at particular seasons of our lives are guilty of that and so these penitential. Psalms are meant to help. Draw us into an awareness and a confession of our sin. John paul the second said that acknowledgement and awareness of sin is therefore the fruit of sensitivity. We acquire thanks to the light of god's word and because the psalms are preserved for us in the deposit of the scriptures they are the word of god and so they are meant to help. Draw us into this confession. That david David himself undertakes an in this song. First of all we enter into the darkness of san with david and then the light of man's repents and god's forgiveness is cast onto the skin that's actually in versus through eleven and then god's grace transforms and renews the spirit and the heart of the repentant center and so that makes this song a luminous hope and a promise. It's both personal. And national as we'll see in the final verses of the psalm so it begins with versus one and two. Have mercy on me. Oh god according to the steadfast love or covenant according to the abundant mercy blot out my transgressions wash me thoroughly from my iniquity and cleanse me from my sin so when he pleads for mercy he's asking that god not inflict raw justice on him and of course that's something that each of us can relate to none of us wants to be judged by god although we all will at the particular judgment and then again at the final judgment but that word mercy there reminds me of god's proclamation of his name to moses on mount sinai and it's really similar to what we see here in this mecer array som- it says there in exodus thirty four the lord the lord god merciful and gracious god slow to anger and rich in kindness fidelity continuing his kindness for a thousand generations and forgiving wickedness and crime and sin. So that's where. God revealed something of his name. It was sort of like an elaboration to moses in the cleft of the rock. God hit him there. Moses asked to see god's glory and god proclaimed his name in a bunch of words to moses which is included in that passage that i just read and then we moved versus three through five four. I know my transgressions. And my sin is ever before me against the only have i sinned and done which is evil in the sight. So that that aren't justified. In thy sentence and blameless in my judgment behold i was brought forth in iniquity and in sin did my mother conceived conceive me so we see there the verb to know particularly in verse theory and in the hebrew in the bible particularly the word no is not just an intellectual ascent. It's actually used for the knowing that occurs between husband and wife in marriage and so it is a marital knowing of some sort of life producing union and in this case he's talking about knowing his sin so it's not a live producing union. it's a death producing union. Which adam and eve understand very well. They knew their sin. They they knew in a way that they had never known before after they sin that sin produces evil fruit in the garden of eden. It says that that satan tempted them to no evil from good. That was why they weren't allowed to eat of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. God did not want them to have that experiential knowledge of sin. Why because it involves shame and guilt and fear and separation from god and god did not want that for them but they as we all do after them as the psalmist here As he elaborate s- we all step out from under that obedience to god's word and we incur those consequences as well so that the first five verses are sort of like an analysis of sin and it takes place before god and the psalmist acknowledges his sin and for him it was lust adultery murder deceit cover up distance from god and he cries out to god in order to receive purification. Now unfortunately many people do not do this and many people go their entire lives. And don't do it and so it's important for us to ask god for an awareness of our sin and that particularly comes through his word as we'll see as we go further on in the psalm but saint origin warns us. He says there are some who after having send are absolutely at peace and do not give a thought to their sin nor are they touched by an awareness of the sin. They have committed but live as if it were nothing. These of course cannot say my sin is always before me on the other hand when a person is consumed and afflicted by his after sending and his tormented by remorse. He is cicely torn to pieces and endures attacks in his most inner being that confused him. So that he has good reason to exclaim there is no peace for my bones given the nature of my sins therefore when we see before the eyes of our heart the sins that we have committed we look at them one by one acknowledged them feel ashamed and repent of all that we have done then justly upset and frightened. We say that there is no peace in our bones given the nature of our sins so we see origin is basically saying than an awareness of sin.

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"psalms" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show

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03:12 min | 1 year ago

"psalms" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show

"The earth and to begin again. In goodness god's gonna wipe out all the wicked on earth. I'm not saying that this is a spiritual kind of thing that we're seeing happened and we're seeing god. Bring light to the darkness. We're seeing the darkness but with that darkness comes light because we can see how it should be. And that's really. That was the whole purpose in god in that reading where god brings all those animals to To add them to name he showing adam that none of them are like him. He showing him. What is not right and what is not suitable. So that when god presents him with eve who is right and is suitable. He recognizes her with this great excitement and joy and so. I believe that what's happening is that god is directing us to this personal penance. That includes a national penance. So that we who are listening and paying attention to the readings and paying attention to what's happening in our nation and in our world can do penance on behalf of everyone and i think that god is truly calling us to that. I think that we're seeing the things that trouble us. So deeply and that have bothered us and that we've wept over and that we are horrified by and the things that are so backward and so untrue an unreal. And and i mean i don't even have to go into it. You know what i'm talking about but god shows this stuff to us so that win the goodness comes. We recognize it with great thanksgiving enjoy. And i believe that that is coming. I believe that. That has i truly do. I think the readings are leading us in that direction. I have felt it. You have felt it. We've talked about it for quite some time that something is coming and i believe that we're actually in the middle of it. I think it's going to be not the kind of like cataclysmic thing like a nuclear bomb or or a worldwide flood. I don't mean that. But i mean that the light is going to be so clear in this deep deep darkness that we're seeing and experiencing and as we see the light and as it dawns and as it approaches. We do that peanuts. And we express sorrow for what we see and we express our heartbreak over what we have allowed in this country to go on and as we do that we turn back to god and we determined that it never ever happens again and i believe that that is what god is calling us to in these seven penitential psalms and in the readings and so we add these penitential psalms every week in our study and in our prayer of them on a daily basis throughout the week. We add it to it and in so doing we are praying and lifting up the whole nation. And i believe that's are calling right now. It is my privilege to be part of this with you. I am on your corporate. Your bible study evangelista. Thank you for listening to the bible study evangelista to show find out more at bible study dangerously stuff dot com.

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"psalms" Discussed on Life Together

Life Together

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"psalms" Discussed on Life Together

"Six ford aerostar minivan. That was two tone gray and we would all hop into the minivan and we would begin out on this twenty one hundred mile journey. So if you haven't done it so day one start in phoenix. And if you if you're lucky you get all the way el paso texas and then day to the worst because day to you wake up in el paso texas you drive twelve fourteen hours and then when you go to bed that night you're still in texas and it's it's very discouraging and as an adult i look back at these journeys and to me. I see it now as an experiment in anticipation. There is anticipation in journey and as painful as that might seem to be in a car for that long with a lot of small people back. My thirty seven year old heart has no problem at all reconnecting with my seven year old heart to remember exactly what that felt like after four days of being in the car to see grandma's house in the distance and to get out of that car and go run into the house and find that wonderful beautiful woman and give her a hug. After i had seen my grandma a year. I love that feeling. I can feel it right now as i'm talking to you because there is anticipation. In the journey in ancient israel. There were three times each year that they had a holiday to celebrate and to travel towards jerusalem and those three festivals are the ones that we just named in the exodus chapter twenty three. That is the festival of unleavened bread. It's the festival of the harvest. And then it's the festival of the final harvest and we're going to move into a new series. Today called the psalms of ascent and we're to specifically look at the playlist for this journey. That people would come from miles and miles away. It could be hundreds of miles that you were traveling by foot or by donkey with a cart. And all of your stuff as you would travel to one of these celebrations and the bible gives us a very specific playlist for their journey. There are fifteen. Psalms in the book of psalms from some one twenty two psalm. One thirty four that are listed as the psalms of sent and they were designed and set apart to be the soundtrack for your journey. They were songs for you to sing while you were traveling to jerusalem so each week. We're going to look at one of these festivals and there were also going to read one of the songs together as we go through this country week series of the some sense and we're gonna start today with the festival of unleavened bread so the festival unleavened bread occurs every spring in the same week that we celebrate easter. And that's not a coincidence. Because both easter and the festival unleavened bread are anchored by the same date and that date would be passover so if we think as christians that we associate passover as good friday when jesus had his last meal with his disciples before he was crucified. We're we connect to passover when jewish people celebrate passover. They're thinking all the way back to the first passover in egypt. If you're not familiar with the story. I'll tell you real quick when the israelites captive in egypt god sent ten plagues against the land. Each of order for them to be freed and that tenth plague was where the death angel would come in and would kill the first born child of every family in egypt now. He gave a path out. He sent a half of redemption to his people and this was the instructions they were given. They were told they would take a spotless. Lamb or sheep and sacrifices animal unto the lord as a protection over their house and they would then take the blood of that lamb or sheep and put it over the threshold of their house..

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