Psalms of victory lyrics bring joy to the heart in times of darkness.
Sadness, conflict and a sense of being betrayed comes in all our lives; focusing on God at such times is what brings us through. Keep me from the wicked who despoil me, and my deadly enemies who surround me; none of us escape such painful events.
Reading a psalm a day bring inspiration as we see how David, one of the greatest of the kings of Israel coped with such torments.
It's the small things in life that count; spending five minutes pondering these psalms of victory lyrics will bring joy and inspiration to your heart, as they have done to mine.
Walk with me as we pick a verse or two every morning; they will renew, and often challenge us when temptation besets us, as it did David.
O come let us sing unto the Lord; let us make a joyful noise ... with songs of praise.
Oh that today you would hearken to his voice.
There lie the psalms of victory lyrics.
Blessed is the man who walks not in the council of the wicked... he is like a tree that planted by streams of water. In all that he does he prospers.
Now read the whole chapter in your own bible.
"You are my son, today I have begotten you."
Humans beget baby humans, cows beget calves and, when God begets, the result is a Son who has all the parts of the godhead.
The earth has yielded its increase.
God, our God, has blessed us.
It remains a great wonder that I can plant one kernel of corn, and four months later be enjoying a cob with about 800 pips; we call our veggie patch the Garden Cathedral; some would feel closer to God on the land than in a church.
Enjoy this ancient rendering of Psalm 67 by King's College.
Psalms of victory lyrics tell of how the lines fall in pleasant places for those who's hope is in almighty God.
Who can forget how the beauty of Bathsheba tempted David, undermined him, yet eventually brought him to his knees; mysteriously out of that union came the greatest of the Kings of Israel, even Solomon.
It goes without saying you can't speak and listen at the same time. Psalm 81 is about listening; with our mouths closed.
It's a similar theme to 'be still and no that I am God.' Not something we humans find easy; we like to be the ones talking and telling God what he must do.
Oh that my people would listen to me,
that Israel would walk in my paths!
I would feed you with the finest of wheat,
and with honey from the rock I would satisfy you.
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