psalmist


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a composer of sacred songs

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For the Psalmist "Judgment Day" signifies the end of the tyranny of evil and the advent of universal justice and righteousness: trees are singing, mountains are joyful.
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The psalmist prays that God would "restore our fortunes," that tears might become "shouts of joy.
A concluding prayer begins at verse 31 and, in verse 33, the psalmist vows to sing forever the praise of God.
Blood, as the Psalmist says, that the dogs will lap up (Ps.
The psalmist appeals to God, and God does respond: God does not turn from those whose strength has failed them.
Two days before the November election, Clinton spoke at Sunday morning worship services at New Psalmist Baptist Church, where he urged the more than 2,000 African-American parishioners to be sure to vote.
The author is also unduly confident in attributing many of the passages discussed to later redaction, and there are no places where the enemies are plausibly to be understood as causing the illness rather than disparaging the psalmist for it (cf.
Until now the Psalmist units were produced on a prototype basis.
1) In Psalm 94, the Psalmist attempts to answer their assertions about God.
The psalmist reminded God's people that their lifeboat was equipped with a trustworthy compass as well-- God's Word.
The Psalmist declares in Psalm 92: "It is a good thing to give thanks to the Lord, And to sing praises to Your name, O Most High; To declare your loving kindness in the morning, and your faithfulness every night.
Come and help me -this Psalmist seems to say; come and share in something which is too vast for me; for the praise of God only begins to be adequate when it is offered up by the greatest possible number.
The psalmist recites for God, with verve and candor, the trouble to be faced (31: 9-13).