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Psalm Psummary and Psinging- Wrapping-up the Psalms in Song
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Like the Torah, the first five books of the Old Testament, the Psalms “point the way” to life, faith and relationship.  The Psalms capture and communicated the “gut issues” of life.  They did for the Hebrew people.  They did for Jesus.  And they can do the same for us.  They are a resource when words won’t come.  Jesus prayed them and they sustained Him.  They were His Prayer Book.  We have visited Psalms of Praise and Thanksgiving, Lament, Ascent, Wisdom and Royal placement.  Each offers a closer connection to God.  Today we draw on the Lyrics of the Psalms as they have made their presence know in our Hymns of the Church.

Here is the Psalm Psummary

Psalm 118 – A Good Healthy Club Sandwich !
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We might call Psalm 118 a Club Sandwich, a healthy one. Psalm 118 is sandwiched between Psalm 117 the Shortest Psalm and Psalm 119 the Longest Psalm. And it is piled high with healthy ingredients for us. The nutritional ingredient it offers us is GRATITUDE! Psalm 118 rejoices, “Give Thanks to the Lord for He is Good! His Steadfast Love Endures For-Ever! The psalmist rejoices because this extraordinary moment has come as a gift against all odds! It’s the story of Abraham and Sara giving birth to Isaac “when they were as good as dead!”. It’s Eddie Rickenbacker’s “Sea Gull in the middle of the South Pacific!”. God acts with “Todah” moments for us too! Give Thanks to the Lord for He is Good!

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Summer Psalms Series! Psalm 8, Soak Up Some “Comfort!”
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Saw it on the side of a building while strolling down a Hill Country sidewalk, “Come for Comfort!” ( It was in Comfort Texas). Comfort is what we need during our summer slow down, isn’t it?! A wise adage offers, Unless we “go apart” we will “come apart!”. Psalm 8 is about a quiet time of reflection that can fill the soul! David received it on a hillside while shepherding sheep and gazing into the heavens.

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