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Listen To The Bible! | Psalm 6 | King James Audio Bible KJV | Reading And Interpretation | Powerful Prayer For Recovery From Grave Illness

Throughout the psalm, the psalmist’s emotions are evident. He’s troubled and tired, wondering how long his suffering will continue. There is, crucially, an entire emotional as intellectual self-revelation in prayer and openness to God. There is honesty – honesty in prayer absolute [ … ]

Listen To The Bible! | Psalm 4 | King James Audio Bible KJV | Reading And Interpretation | Confident Prayer For Deliverance From Enemies

Psalm 4 is like a heartfelt chat with God, where someone shares their worries and looks for comfort. Imagine sitting down with a close friend and sharing your troubles – that’s what this psalm is like, but with God [ … ]

Listen To The Bible! | Psalm 150 | King James Audio Bible KJV | Praise For God’s Surpassing Greatness | Prayer With Jesus And King David | True Faith In God | Pray The Psalms

Psalm 150 concludes the Book of Psalms; a doxological finale, the psalm encapsulates essence of worship and praise. This psalm, concise yet profound in scope, commands praise for God across various mediums and settings, emphasizing universality and diversity of worship. The psalm is both capstone to the psalter and an invitation to all of creation to join in a chorus of adoration for God [ … ]

Listen To The Bible! | Psalm 149 | King James Audio Bible KJV | Praise To God’s Goodness To Israel | Prayer With Jesus And King David | True Faith In God | Pray The Psalms

Psalm 149 is an exultant call to praise, inviting the congregation of the faithful to celebrate God’s glory and justice. The psalm intertwines themes of worship, divine favour, and the execution of judgment [ … ]

Listen To The Bible! | Psalm 148 | King James Audio Bible KJV | Praise For God’s Care For Jerusalem | Prayer With Jesus And King David | True Faith In God | Pray The Psalms

Psalm 148 calls to praise extending from the highest heavens to depths of the earth. This psalm is of the final doxology of the Book of Psalms, which includes Psalms 146 to 150, each beginning and ending with the Hebrew phrase ‘Hallelujah’, translated as ‘Praise ye the LORD’. Structure and content of Psalm 148 delineate a comprehensive cosmology of worship, where every element of creation is summoned to honour God [ … ]

Listen To The Bible! | Psalm 147 | King James Audio Bible KJV | Praise For God’s Care For Jerusalem | Prayer With Jesus And King David | True Faith In God | Pray The Psalms

Psalm 147 begins with an instruction: ‘Praise ye the LORD: for it is good to sing praises unto our God; for it is pleasant; and praise is comely.’ This command introduces a composition that details God’s interactions with the world and His people, grounding the act of praise in observable actions and attributes of God [ … ]

Listen To The Bible! | Psalm 146 | King James Audio Bible KJV | Praise For God’s Help | Prayer With Jesus And King David | True Faith In God | Pray The Psalms

Psalm 146 declares importance of lifelong praise to God. The psalm opens with a compelling invitation to praise, ‘Praise ye the LORD. Praise the LORD, O my soul,’ setting a tone of devotion that is meant to last throughout one’s life. This directive is a fundamental declaration, essence of the psalmist’s message: that praise to God is an eternal commitment, deeply personal and unwavering [ … ]

Listen To The Bible! | Psalm 145 | King James Audio Bible KJV | Greatness And Goodness Of God | Prayer With Jesus And King David | True Faith In God | Pray The Psalms

Psalm 145, attributed to David, is acclamation of God’s sovereign rule, a declaration of God’s goodness, and a commitment to perpetual praise. The psalm is tapestry of worship, characterizing God with honorific titles and extolling God’s attributes and deeds. The psalm begins with a personal vow from the psalmist to extol God, ‘I will extol thee, my God, O king; and I will bless thy name for ever and ever.’ [ … ]

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