Psalm 64: Hide Me from the Wicked

To the choirmaster. A Psalm of David.1Hear my voice, O God, in my complaint;preserve my life from dread of the enemy.2Hide me from the secret plots of the wicked,from the throng of evildoers,3who whet their tongues like swords,who aim bitter words like arrows,4shooting from ambush at the blameless,shooting at him suddenly and without fear.5They hold... Continue Reading →

Psalm 63: My Soul Thirsts For You

I did the Psalms a little different last year but didn't like it quite as much, so I'm returning to the original format. 1O God, you are my God; earnestly I seek you;my soul thirsts for you;my flesh faints for you,as in a dry and weary land where there is no water.2So I have looked... Continue Reading →

Lessons Learned from the Old Testament

After a few years of reading through and blogging about the Old Testament, I have learned a few things and had some realizations that I wouldn't otherwise have had. It really is worth the trouble to get into the text itself and know what people are arguing about when they say things about the Bible.... Continue Reading →

Looking back on Daniel

Daniel's story takes place during the exile, though some of the Israelites have returned to Jerusalem by the end. For so short a book, he does have two pretty infamous Old Testament stories that I've heard a few times. But there's also some crazy prophecy in here too. Chapter one This chapter introduces the story... Continue Reading →

Looking back on Ezekiel

As I mentioned in the first Ezekiel post, the timing here is contemporary with several of books but the exact timing is a little confusing. I have looked in the study section of my Bible and gone on Google and looked for more exact dates, but nothing makes a whole lot of sense with where... Continue Reading →

Look back on Isaiah

The book of Isaiah itself isn't so much about the life and times of the prophet Isaiah as a collection of his prophecies. There are some other prophecies that biblical scholars aren't so sure were actually delivered to Isaiah but are contained in the book, I think because they were in the same timeframe. All... Continue Reading →

Looking back on Song of Solomon

This is one of the shortest books in the Bible and one that had only needed one post. The thing about this book is not so much what it says as what people say about it. In itself, it is a beautiful set of songs that sounded to me like they are meant to be sung in... Continue Reading →

Looking back on Ecclesiastes

Ecclesiastes is a short book of 12 chapters. I had split them into two posts because the length of the posts were getting a little out of hand. There are no people mentioned in the book by name, but it is a book of wisdom and there is advice for men and women and for men... Continue Reading →

Looking back on Proverbs

This has proven to be an interesting collection of sayings and advice and wisdom to pass for the Israelites to pass down to their sons. You might notice that I totally skipped Psalms, but I haven't finished them yet. It fits to be reminded that wisdom isn't something that can be learned from a book,... Continue Reading →

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