Sermon “Crumbs” One scholar, commenting on the twin psalms 111 and 112 and their alphabetical structure, called them “The ABCs of Theology” and “The ABCs of Anthropology.” Psalm 111 gives us a picture of God, 112 of the godly person.
Sermon Crumbs: The last part of today’s sermon text, Psalm 40:13-17, is almost identical to Psalm 70. Scholars speculate without consensus on the relationship of these two psalms, but perhaps it doesn’t matter: modern hymnals contain nearly identical lyrics set to different tunes for different occasions; why should Israel’s hymnal be any different? Also, Psalm […]
Sermon Crumbs: 1. Hebrew verb tense can be difficult to translate into English. If you compare the NIV with the ESV, you’ll see that the former uses future tense in Exodus 15:13-17, while the later uses future verbs. The main point of the text and sermon isn’t changed either way. 2. I think the New […]
“My soul waits for God more than watchmen wait for the morning.” Psalm 130:6