Psalms Chapters 64 and 69: Bible Study for Atheists
Sacrilegious DiscourseJune 21, 202300:22:58

Psalms Chapters 64 and 69: Bible Study for Atheists

Husband and Wife cover Psalms 64 and 69

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Psalm 64: A Prayer for Protection from Hidden Enemies. Starts, "Hear my voice, O God, in my prayer." This psalm is a prayer for deliverance from enemies; or a thanksgiving; or a testimony to divine judgement. It's super short yet filled with that yummy taste of paranoia we've all come to love.

Psalm 65 begins a group of four psalms that are hymns of thanksgiving. SO WE SKIPPED AHEAD TO PSALM 69.

Psalm 69: A Cry of Distress. Starts, "Save me, O God; for the waters are come in unto my soul." This one is super long and *Wife goes a bit over the top adopting a Southern accent. She may or may not mention truck nuts and gun racks.

*Apologies to our friends in the South who might find Wife's sweeping generalization offensive. Sometimes going "off the cuff" allows us to indulge in lazy or ignorant discourse. It is never our wish to intentionally hurt our listeners, but we acknowledge that this is likely one of those times when Wife did so. Feel free to give her a holler and tell her how you feel. Part of growing means being open to criticism -- particularly when it is well earned.

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