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Psalms of Trust An Introduction

In the Psalms and their historical backgrounds we see many pictures of people trusting God. David, for example, who wrote approximately half of the 150 Psalms, trusted God throughout his life. David trusted God when he faced natural dangers from lions and bears while guarding his flock; when he faced opposition from people: Goliath, Saul and his own family; when

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Past Issues of Gospel Herald

Psalm 125

Pilgrimage Those who trust in the LORD Are as Mount Zion, which cannot be moved but abides forever. As the mountains surround Jerusalem, So the LORD surrounds His people From this time forth and forever. For the scepter of wickedness shall not rest upon the land of the righteous, So that the righteous will not put forth their hands to

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Arrow in the Heart Psalm 11

“In the LORD I take refuge; How can you say to my soul, “Flee as a bird to your mountain; For, behold, the wicked bend the bow, They make ready their arrow upon the string, To shoot in darkness at the upright in heart. If the foundations are destroyed, What can the righteous do?” The LORD is in His holy

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Special Issues

The Psalm of Psalms #23

“The LORD is my shepherd, I shall not want. He makes me lie down in green pastures; He leads me beside quiet waters. He restores my soul; He guides me in the paths of righteousness For His name’s sake. Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil, for You are with me;

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Psalm 131

A Song of Ascents, of David. “O LORD, my heart is not proud, nor my eyes haughty; Nor do I involve myself in great matters, Or in things too difficult for me. Surely I have composed and quieted my soul; Like a weaned child rests against his mother, My soul is like a weaned child within me. O Israel, hope

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Monthly Editorial

Matters of Conscience

In the ‘Sermon on the Mount’1, Jesus assumed that his disciples would follow his example. In order to do so it was necessary for them to know just what that example was. While his actions and words were witnessed, his motives were hidden and had to be explained. When discussing motives, Jesus cited two acts of righteousness in particular. God

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