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Psalm 90: God's Eternity and Man's Transitoriness. Starts, "Lord, thou hast been our dwelling place in all generations." This is the opening psalm of Book 4 of the Book of Psalms. It likely influenced the opening words of Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address: "Four Score and seven years ago..." and is interesting in that the writers seem to touch grass and finally be honest about the human life span only being 70-80 years as opposed to the 120 they were trying to claim earlier.
Psalm 91: Abiding in the Shadow of the Almighty. Starts, "He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High." As a psalm of protection, Psalm 91 is commonly invoked in times of hardship. And also in exorcisms and driving away evil spirits. I read the appropriate verse twice, so I hereby demand that DEMON SLAYER be inscribed on my tomb stone. So mote it be. PS — I'm still bitter that I never received a camouflage bandana imprinted with this psalm when I served in the US Army. Bastards!
Psalm 92: Praise for the LORD's Goodness. Starts, "It is a good thing to give thanks unto the LORD." According to the Midrash, Psalm 92 was said by Adam. Not sure how they came to that conclusion, but mmmkay. None of the rest of this book makes any sense, so why the heck not?
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