Biblical Poetry
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Began 2016
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Psalms 113
by Christian Giesbrecht
The Lord is supreme over all! Hallelujah!
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Psalms 63
by Christian Giesbrecht
What is better than life?
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Psalms 119:153-160
by Christian Giesbrecht
Revive me, O Lord.
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Job 26
by Jason Ogden
The magnificent whisper of God is heard loudest at the cross of Christ
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Psalms 93
by Christian Giesbrecht
The Lord is Holy. Majestic, mighty, and faithful King who always was is and forever will be. He is the everlasting King!
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Song of Solomon 8:8-10
by Jason Ogden
Church...Sex education is not only a personal issue but also a community wide issue.
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Psalms 70
by Christian Giesbrecht
Seek God in trouble
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Psalm 23
by Charlotte Flowers
God knew His lost little lambs would need a special Shepherd. He sent His Son to guide and provide.
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Psalms 42-43
by Rob Elphick
The prayer of the downcast: for God's light and truth to lead him back into communion with God. Meanwhile, he has resolved to hope in God.
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Psalms 45
by RyanS
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Psalms 32
by Josué Pineda
Trust in the Lord, by confessing to Him your sins. He knows better where to hide you from them. You don't need to hide them from others.
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Psalm 130:1-5
by Andy Hubert
What does it actually mean to worship the Lord?
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Psalms 45:1-17
by Rob Elphick
God's name is exalted through his grace to his beloved. Submit, and know his love.
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Psalms 45
by Jonathan Stamberg
Take a fresh look at our King, and see how we can respond as His bride.
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Psalms 45
by Michael Lane
Initial Phrase Highlighting Structure and Theme(s)
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Psalms 37:25-26
by Andy Hubert
"Better is the little that the righteous has"--it is enough to be abundant in generosity.
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Psalms 37:12-13
by Andy Hubert
If we gain a view of the day to come, we will lose the turmoil in our hearts today.
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Psalms 127:1-6
by Gabriel Loo
A shepherd who restfully labors among his people will be rewarded by the God who restlessly labors to build up his church.
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Psalms 37:39
by Andy Hubert
"The salvation of the righteous is from the Lord."
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MARCELO FRANÇA
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Psalm 42
I am planning to complete and post my Psalm 42 arc by the end of this week.
Andy Hubert
Psalm 42 it is
Let's go with Rob's suggestion of Psalm 42 for our next passage.
Rob Elphick
Psalm 42
I would like to propose Psalm 42, especially so as to ponder how the psalmist responds to difficulties. i.e. Why are you cast down, O my soul, and why are you in turmoil within me? Hope in God; for I shall again praise him, my salvation and my God.
Andy Hubert
Next passage
I know that I have yet to contribute an arc of Psalm 45 (Passover holiday and moving apartments have prevented me from being able to find the time), but nonetheless I think it is time to pick a new Psalm. 

Does someone want to suggest the next Psalm to focus on?
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Andy Hubert
Psalm 45
Let's run with Mike's suggestion. Go ahead and publish your work when complete.
Michael Lane
How about Psalm 45?
I have a laundry list of psalms I'd like to dig into with the group and not sure which one to offer up... so how about Psalm 45, a royal wedding psalm, quoted in Hebrews 1:8-9 and possibly several other NT allusions.
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Rob Elphick
suggestion sounds good
those arrangements sound good Andy. thanks for setting this up.
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Andy Hubert
How this group can work
I am glad to see a good number of those who have taken The Theology of Biblical Poetry joining this group. Feel freedom to invite others to join us as well.

My suggestion for how this group can work is to:

(1) have someone pick a psalm they are interested in
(2) invite everyone to do a page (arc, bracket, phrase, whatever) on that psalm
(3) have a discussion regarding what people find via comments
(4) when we are satisfied to move on, someone else can suggest another psalm

How does that sound?

(Please do not reply via email, but rather use the link above to go to the group where you can reply to this message or add a new one.)
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