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Take 3 minutes to listen to a Psalm sung by Cathedral choir. It will sooth your soul.
2 Apr 2007
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Bible Psalms 37 Delight thyself also in the LORD and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart.
6 Aug 2007
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www.wordofgodonline**** presents Psalms 147 reading from the living bible online
13 Feb 2008
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A video of Psalm 23
5 Feb 2009
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Christian artist Ami Rushes talks about the books she relates most to in the Bible. She reflects on the comforting words of the Psalms, and the knowledge and wisdom to be gained from Proverbs.
6 Jun 2008
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Christian artist Stephen Hurd talks about how Psalm 139 freed him from his identity problems, and told him God approved of him regardless of what other people thought.
6 Jun 2008
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Psalm 119 will come alive in this short movie. Creative pictures and engaging music help the words jump off the screen into your heart. Hope you enjoy!
24 Nov 2008
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Monks Pray in a Catholic Benedictine Monastery. The music overlay is Monks praying The Psalms & Gregorian Chants. Psalms 1, of Gods word states we will find delight in Gods Laws.
27 Dec 2008
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Monks Pray in a Catholic Monastery. The music overlay is Monks praying The Psalms & Gregorian Chants. Psalms 2, of Gods word states we should Worship The LORD With Reverence, And Rejoice With Trembling. Please Google Psalms 2 to get a good understanding of the Psalm. I have also found a way to get a good understanding of God's scriptures. I repeat a scripture several times until I memorize it. Then I repeat that scripture from memory for a minute or so before I go to the next scripture. The method of reading the Bible or scriptures gives a deep profound understanding of God's word. How refreshing. This method of reading the word is called Bible Meditation. Please Google Bible Meditation. You cannot get a deep understanding of God's word by speed reading God's word like you read a book. Take time and meditate on Gods's Word. Please try it. You might like it.
27 Dec 2008
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In the 23rd Psalm (Greek numbering: Psalm 22) in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, the writer describes God as protector and provider. The text, beloved by Jews and Christians alike, has often been set to music.
30 Dec 2008
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Psalms 138: A Psalm of David: Narrated by a Priest: Farther Alan Mason Notes: [Psalm 138] A thanksgiving to God, who came to the rescue of the psalmist. Divine rescue was not the result of the psalmist's virtues but of God's loving fidelity (Psalm 138:1-3). The act is not a private transaction but a public act that stirs the surrounding nations to praise God's greatness and care for the people (Psalm 138:4-6). The psalmist, having experienced salvation, trusts that God will always be there in moments of danger (Psalm 138:7-8). Reference: *******usccb****/nab/bible/psalms/psalm138.htm
12 May 2009
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Pray along with the Monks who pray the Psalms morning, noon and night. The video protrays Monks Praying in a Catholic Monastery. The music overlay is Monks praying The Psalms & Gregorian Chants. Psalms 2, of Gods word states we should Worship The LORD With Reverence, And Rejoice With Trembling. Please Google Psalms 2 to get a good understanding of the Psalm.
28 Jun 2009
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Christian Prayer, Praying the Bible. The Priests are putting the bread or the Blessed Sacrement into the heart. Pray along with the Priests. The video protrays Priests Praying in a Catholic Monastery. The music overlay is Monks praying The Psalms & Gregorian Chants. Psalms 3, reminds us that God is the source of our power in times of trouble and all times. Introduction to the Psalm This psalm has a number of notable firsts to its credit. 1 It is the first psalm in the collection of psalms ascribed to David (3-41), and is the first of thirteen psalms to bear a superscription giving us historical data about the psalm. Further, it is the first lament psalm, a cry for help. Finally, it is the first psalm to use the term "selah," a term that is probably a musical notation perhaps meaning pause. It is that historical setting that arrests our attention. David wrote this, in all probability, while actually fleeing for his life from Absalom. As a result of his sin with Bathsheba David was promised trouble in his house. What came he could scarcely have imagined -- his own son Absalom attempted to take the kingdom from him by force (read 2 Samuel 15:6ff for the background here). The situation became so grave that David actually left the walled fortress of Jerusalem to flee across the Jordan river. It was a desperate time. The king did not know who was with him and who was against him, who would come to his side and who would fight against him. All he could do was flee and hope that he would have the time necessary to regroup and get organized. But would he? *******www.bible.ca/ef/expository-psalm-3.htm
3 Jan 2009
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Christian Prayer, Praying the Bible. The Priests are putting the bread or the Blessed Sacrament into the heart. Pray along with the Priests. The video protrays Priests Praying in a Catholic Monastery. The music overlay is Monks praying The Psalms & Gregorian Chants. After David in the beginning of the psalm has prayed to God to help him, he immediately turns his discourse to his enemies, and depending on the promise of God, triumphs over them as a conqueror. He, therefore, teaches us by his example, that as often as we are weighed down by adversity, or involved in very great distress, we ought to meditate upon the promises of God, in which the hope of salvation is held forth to us, so that defending ourselves by this shield, we may break through all the temptations which assail us. To the chief musician on Neginoth. A psalm of David. It is uncertain at what time this psalm was composed. But from the tenor of it, it is conjectured, with probability, that David was then a fugitive and an exile. I therefore refer it to the time when he was persecuted by Saul. If, however, any person is disposed rather to understand it as referring to the time when he was compelled by the conspiracy of Absalom to secure his safety by flight, I will not greatly contend about the matter. But as, a little after, he uses an expression, namely, “How long?” (verse 3) 4747 “Ascavoir, Jusques a quand, a vers. 3.” — Fr. which indicates that he had a lengthened struggle, the opinion which I have already brought forward is the more probable. For we know with what varied trials he was harassed, before he obtained complete deliverance, from the time when Saul began to be his enemy. *******www.ccel****/ccel/calvin/calcom08.x.html
23 Apr 2009
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