Husband and Wife cover Psalms 3 - 5
Psalm 3: A Morning Prayer of Trust in God, starts out, "Lord, how many are my foes!" This one is about David's painful experience of fleeing from his own son, Absalom, and introduces us to the concept of selah, which means STFU, probably.
Psalm 4: An Evening Prayer of Trust in God, starts out, "Answer me when I call to you, my righteous God." David requests deliverance and he also wants to play the banjo, probably.
Psalm 5: A Prayer for Protection, starts out, "Listen to my words, Lord, consider my lament." Lamentations, celebrations, and NO good vibrations, probably.
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