“A Proud Pappy” – One Year Bible Reading (Psalms/Proverbs) – September 21

Psalm 65:1-13   Thank God!   A Thanksgiving Psalm by David Proverbs 23:24   A Proud Pappy Read this passage on BibleGateway.com Verses 22-25 have the same theme.  Listen to your parents! You want your parents to be proud of you, don’t you? If you grow up to be a fine, upstanding person, your father and mother will be proud of […]

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“Greater Than A Superhero” – One Year Bible Reading (Psalms/Proverbs) – June 20

Psalm 138:1-8   A Thanksgiving Psalm By David Read this passage on BibleGateway.com Psalm 138:1-8  Greater Than A Superhero Psalm 138 is by David.  David was a man after God’s own heart (cf. Acts 13:22; 1 Sam. 13:14).  He begins the psalm by declaring that he is thanking God with his whole heart.  David mentions thanks three […]

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“He-sed, She Said” – One Year Bible Reading (Psalms/Proverbs) – June 18

Psalm 136:1-26   A Hymn By Anonymous Read this passage on BibleGateway.com Psalm 136:1-26   He-sed, She Said I can save you some time reading this psalm.  Every single verse has the refrain, “For His lovingkindness is everlasting.”  So you can breeze through the second half of every verse. If you’ve been reading through this commentary every day, […]

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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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“Skywatch” – One Year Bible Reading (Psalms/Proverbs) – June 6

Psalm 124:1-8    A Song Of Thanksgiving By Anonymous Read this passage on BibleGateway.com Psalm 124:1-8  Skywatch In Psalm 123, David looked upward to God in anticipation to what He might do.  In this psalm, the psalmist is looking back to what God had already done. The psalmist thanks the Lord for being on Israel’s “side” (v. 1a, 2a). […]

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