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one of the 150 lyrical poems and prayers that comprise the Book of Psalms in the Old Testament

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any sacred song used to praise the deity

sing or celebrate in psalms

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The corporation's financial-management strategy is instrumental in the sustained decline of its financial obligations, PSALM said.
It also stressed that "physical inventory of lots, land survey and profiling were not conducted since the creation of PSALM to ascertain validity, existence and accuracy.
Last September, the company said it had filed in court a complaint seeking to restrain Psalm from terminating the agreement related to the strips of energy of the ULGPP on grounds of 'administrator's default.
Each psalm is written in a lovely, curling script, perfect for the swoop of a coloring pencil.
Functions of Psalms and Prayers in the Late Second Temple Period
TB Berakhot 4b notes that Psalm 145 has two special features to commend it.
The collection draws from the Christian tradition of Psalm singing around the world, and features multiple settings of all 150 Psalms, including settings from Scotland, the Americas, Africa, Asia, and many other places and cultures.
The Chief Executive of PSALM has revealed that the site of the plant, on the other hand, will be managed separately.
Chapters 5 and 6 look at evidence of the psalms in a range of Old English texts, including saints' lives, reinforcing Toswell's argument concerning the pervasiveness of the psalms in all aspects of Anglo-Saxon life and literature.
The same two terms reoccur in 2:12, but what it means to "perish" in the "way" is now further specified in terms of failing to "Kiss the Son," which in the context of Psalm 2 means failing to offer the proper homage to the LORD's Anointed ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) or Christ ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), who is also identified as the King the LORD has appointed in Zion (2:6) and the LORD's Son (2:7).
Gray takes a thorough look at the words and pictures that make up Psalm 18, focusing particularly on how they are woven together into a literary unit, and what this reveals about the structure, purpose, and theology of the psalm.
Its partici pants were indeed drawn from the Creme de la creme of contemporary Psalm scholarship.
If he approved, that particular Psalm was ready to go to the printers.
exhortation of Psalm 50:14: "Offer to God a sacrifice of
He concluded with Psalm 23 and was applauded for his perfect delivery.