“Weeping Willows” – One Year Bible Reading (Psalms/Proverbs) – June 19

Psalm 137:1-9   A Lament By Anonymous Read this passage on BibleGateway.com Psalm 137:1-9   Weeping Willows Linda Ronstadt sings a beautiful song called “The Rivers of Babylon.”  The lyrics are from verse 1 of this psalm.  She sings it “in the manner of the chapel.”  That is the literally meaning of a cappella.  A cappella is a […]

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“Foe Be Gone” – One Year Bible Reading (Psalms/Proverbs) – June 11

Psalm 129:1-8   A Song Of Trust By Anonymous Read this passage on BibleGateway.com Psalm 129:1-8   Foe Be Gone Psalm 129 has been described as a song of trust for Israel.  It has also been categorized as a song of thanksgiving or even a lament.  I think that means it could be anything.  I report, you decide. […]

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“Beautiful Dreamers” – One Year Bible Reading (Psalms/Proverbs) – June 8

Psalm 126:1-5    A Lament By Anonymous Read this passage on BibleGateway.com Psalm 126:1-5    Beautiful Dreamers Imagine hearing about Jerusalem your whole life but you’re stuck in Babylon, hoping for the day that you can return to your homeland.  Now you look up as you’re pulling up to the capital and you can see Mount Zion.  It’s […]

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“Eye, Eye” – One Year Bible Reading (Psalms/Proverbs) – June 5

Psalm 123:1-4   A Lament By Anonymous Read this passage on BibleGateway.com Psalm 123:1-4   Eye, Eye   Who do you look up to?  Do you have a mentor?  A TV personality?  Movie star?  The psalmist looked up to Yahweh.  And he had to look high.  God sat on a throne above the heavens (v. 1, cf. Ps. […]

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“The Night The Lights Went Out In Jerusalem” – One Year Bible Reading – May 23

Old Testament: 2 Samuel 2:12-3:39 Read this passage on BibleGateway.com 2 Samuel 2: 13 – 31  Not So Civil War Abner was still commander of the forces for Saul’s family meaning specifically Ish-bosheth who had become king.  One day Abner and Joab, David’s commander, met by a pool and proposed a contest between their best warriors. […]

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