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By Request, ‘Create in Me a Clean Heart’

This is Psalm 51 set to music–the Psalm David wrote when he realized how grievously he’d sinned in taking Bathsheba for his wife after arranging for her husband, Uriah, to be killed in battle. We all need to prayer this prayer: “Create in me a clean heart and a right spirit.”

Requested by Erlene, sung by girls from Fountainview Academy, and filmed on Moonstone Beach, California–Create in Me a Clean Heart.

By Request, ‘How Good It Is to Thank the Lord’

(All right, let’s see if I can get this one to appear tomorrow instead of today.)

Requested by Susan, How Good It Is to Thank the Lord is Psalm 92 set to music.

Between the “Still” and “Wait”

Poetry and photography by Denise Balog, on her blog. We are not alone.   –LD

denisebalog...Grace filled devotionals.

When I thought, “My foot slips”

Your steadfast love, O Lord, held me up.

When the cares of my heart are many,

Your consolations cheer my soul.” Psalm 94:18 ESV

“Time line –

Between September and October.

Between Still and Wait.

Between Here and Now.

Between Walk and Faith”.

For we walk by faith, not by sight.” 2 Corinthians 5:7 ESV

Time Line by denisebalog 2018

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Glory To God

Some days the only good news you can find is in the Bible.    –LD

Unashamed of Jesus

Not to us, O Lord , not to us, But to Your name give glory Because of Your lovingkindness, because of Your truth.
Psalms 115:1 NASB

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Save Me

From unashamedofjesus.org… Can we add “Amen!” to that?     –LD


Unashamed of Jesus

Save me, O God, by Your name, And vindicate me by Your power. Hear my prayer, O God; Give ear to the words of my mouth.
Psalms 54:1‭-‬2 NASB

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Messianic Psalms: 4 Messages

Once you’ve learned to see Jesus in the Old Testament, you can’t un-see Him.  –LD

The Domain for Truth

One of the amazing truths about the Bible and Christianity is the fact that Scripture prophesied about the Messiah hundreds of years before it happened.

Here’s a 4 part series on Messianic Prophecies as found in the Psalm.

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God Is Our Refuge

A Scriptural reminder from one of our fellow Christian bloggers

Unashamed of Jesus

How precious is Your lovingkindness, O God! And the children of men take refuge in the shadow of Your wings.
Psalms 36:7 NASB

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For Today: Psalm 110

This is a psalm about the Messiah, Our Lord Jesus Christ. It words provide no comfort to His enemies; but to us who love Him, they are sweet.

This is Good Friday, marking His humiliation and torment and death on the Cross–for us. For you and for me.

This Psalm is about what happens afterward.

Psalm 144, ‘Blessed Be the Lord My Strength’

Blessed by the Lord my strength, King David wrote, that teacheth my hands to war, and my fingers to fight; my goodness and my fortress, my high tower and my deliverer…

This rendition of the psalm is by the Rochester Cathedral Choir. You may want to follow along in your Bible–if, like me, you have trouble picking up lyrics as they’re sung.

For there will be conflict, and the Lord must be our strength.

Bonus Hymn, ‘Psalm 76’

For a little extra fortification for the day, here’s Psalm 76 (“In Judah is God known; his name is great in Israel”), performed by Zac Hicks and Cherry Creek Worship.

If you’d prefer a more solemn rendition, here again is Andy Kenway (sorry, no video) https://soundcloud.com/andy-kenway/psalm-76-king-alfreds-battle

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