Psalms Chapters 22 - 24: Bible Study for Atheists

Psalms Chapters 22 - 24: Bible Study for Atheists

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Psalm 22: A Cry of Anguish and Song of Praise, or the hind of the dawn, starts out, "My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?" This psalm is about a person crying out to God to save him and then thanking God for rescuing him. The opening line is what Jesus shrieks to his daddo as God allows Jesus to be murdered. Not God's finest hour tbh.

Psalm 23: The LORD Is My Shepherd, or the Shepherd's Psalm, starts out, "The Lord is my shepherd." This is the most famous psalm and seems to be everyone's favorite even tho it's usually delivered at funerals which makes it a tad creepy. Sometimes people sing it to the tune of "Amazing Grace" but yeah no, it's still creepy.

Psalm 24: The King of Glory, starts out, "The earth is the LORD's,

and the fulness thereof." David wrote this psalm for a car insurance commercial.

"Mary, Don't You Weep" by Aretha Franklin

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