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Psalm 81 (What God requires and gives in worship), Ephesians 3 and Praise, Prayer, reading and preaching from St Peters

Last Sunday we had a phenomenal Lord’s Day – it was a time of celebration, joy and hearing from the Lord.  I thought the sung praise was especially powerful.  454 more words


day 31 - put a psalm in my heart

What stands out to you as you read Psalm 79-81 with me today?

This morning we ponder Psalm 79, the words of those doing the exceedingly hard labor of lament over profound, personal loss and devastation. 238 more words


Psalm 8:1 - God's Excellent Name

Scripture: Psalm 8:1

“O Lord, our Lord, how excellent is thy name in all the earth! Who hast set thy glory above the heavens.”

The God we serve is a mighty God. 143 more words

Arise, O God, judge the earth (Psalm 81)

R.) Arise, O God, judge the earth.

Do justice for the weak and the orphan, defend the afflicted and the needy. Rescue the weak and the poor; set them free from the hand of the wicked. 34 more words


Blessings beyond comprehension :)

Hello, today I read Jeremiah 26-31 and Psalms 81 and 82.

In Jeremiah, he is telling the people to change their hearts and lives but the priests and prophets want to kill him. 1,020 more words

Psalms 79-81




The Book of Common Prayer (1979) includes a plan for reading the Book of Psalms in morning and evening installments for 30 days.   346 more words