The Bible Explained: Psalms | Spoken Gospel
Poetic Introductions to The Bible | Spoken Gospel • Drama, Educational, History, 01-Apr-2020
The Psalms are songs for a people waiting in exile. They spring from Israel's history, when people like King David wrote inspired songs giving thanks, repenting of sin, affirming God's promises, or asking for help. The Psalms have been a source of hope, a guide for honest prayer, and a treasury of prophetic promises for God's people throughout generations. Now, Jesus has fulfilled these Psalms and given them to his church, providing us with songs to sing while we wait in this earthly exile for his return.
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