Category Archives: Psalms

“Fret Not Thyself” in Psalm 37:1-13

Over all, it is worthy of notice that the foundational way to combat this wrong “fretting” over the wicked is to set our trust in the Lord (obediently, delightedly, confidently, patiently, and faithfully). Continue reading

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What About Those Psalm “Titles”?

To endorse as Scripture something which the church, historically, has been reticent to accept as inspired is highly doubtful. The canon of Scripture is not a matter of private interpretation. Continue reading

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Praise the Lord, Sing Hallelujah!

I’ll be busy today, so I’ll let someone else do all the hard work.  Pastor Don Johnson has a really good post up on Psalm 148.  It’s well worth it. Yesterday, it left me singing (all day) to myself William Kirkpatrick’s … Continue reading

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