Husband and Wife cover Psalms 138 - 140
Psalm 138: Thanksgiving for the LORD's Favor. Starts, "I will praise thee with my whole heart." This is part of the final Davidic collection of psalms, comprising Psalms 138 through 145, which are specifically attributed to David in their opening verses. We are sick of David, so this is super exciting news! One might even call it "Good News" — not to be confused with that whole evangelical Christian Good News. We mean ACTUAL Good News. Selah, David!
Psalm 139: God's Omnipresence and Omniscience. Starts, "O Lord, thou hast searched me, and known me." According to some Bible enthusiasts, Psalm 139 was written by Adam, but that feels super unlikely given that Adam wasn't presented as a guy who liked to write stuff down. Psalm 139 is often used as a source of support for the LGBTQIA+ community, for we are each "fearfully and wonderfully made" according to the Bible, which means none of us is a mistake, regardless of our gender, outer identification, or sexual orientation. Translation: You are beautiful! And that's a fact.
Psalm 140: A Prayer for Protection against Persecutors / Prayer for Deliverance from Evil Men. Starts, "Deliver me, O LORD, from the evil man." More curses for bad luck and harm to befall evil men. This book has such a loving message. Wishing disaster and hardship unto your enemies is a very Bible methodology. Kisses!
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