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Psalms of the Salter: Some Thoughts on Really Living for the Lord (Psalm 34)

Psalm 34

Of David. When he pretended to be insane before Abimelek, who drove him away, and he left.

1 I will extol the Lord at all times; 314 more words

The Psalter

The Oratory and Theology of Elihu, Part II

Above:  The Wrath of Elihu, by William Blake

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Blessed Lord, who caused all holy Scriptures to be written for our learning: 438 more words

Epiphany

Devotion for the Fourth Sunday After the Epiphany (Year D)

Above:  The Wrath of Elihu, by William Blake

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The Oratory and Theology of Elihu, Part II

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Epiphany

Glorify the Lord with me

Here is the main idea:

I believe Psalm 34 teaches us that no matter how we got into the fix we are in, if we call out to God, He will rescue us. 750 more words

A Sojourner's Heartsong

A beauty tip

Psalm 34

I will bless the Lord at all times, his praise always on my lips.

Recently a discoloration has developed on my lower lip. I should have it looked at by a dermotologist, but I haven’t yet.

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Devotional

Psalm 34: Taste and See That the Lord is Good

(22 verses, 2:02 to read)

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  • Psalm 34 is a hymn of praise from David after he pretended to be insane to escape the hands of his enemies (see 1 Samuel 21:0-15).
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