With a heavy schedule of appointments President Abraham Lincoln had an elderly woman with no official business in mind ask to see him, and he graciously consented. As she entered Lincoln’s office, he rose to greet her and asked how he might be of service. She replied that she had … More
Psalm 113-118 is a collection of songs sung at the great festivals of Israel; Passover, Pentecost and Tabernacles. An essential feature of the ancient festivals held by the Israelites was praise to Jehovah. They thanked God for raising up the oppressed (Ps. 113) and for deliverance from Egypt (Ps. 114). They offered the praise of the community (Ps. 115), the individual (Ps. 116), and all nations (Ps. 117). The cycle concluded with an exultant shout of praise that looked forward to the Messiah (Ps. 118). This cycle of six psalms, known as the “Egyptian Hallel” (praise), was used at Passover.
God’s work began in poverty or humble beginnings and His leaders often come from among social outcasts. I need to demonstrate by my actions and express with my mouth that all people are valuable and useful in God’s eyes.
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Psalms 110:1-7Jesus is The Messiah
Psalms 111:1-10Enjoying The Lord in Difficult Situations
Psalms 112:1-10The Fear of The Lord
Psalms 113:1-9The Lord Helps People in Need
Psalms 114:1-8God Who Delivered Israel From Egypt
Psalms 115:1-18The Trustworthiness of God
Psalms 116:1-11Song of Thanksgiving
Psalms 116:12-19Precious to The Lord is The Death of His Saints