This post continues the summary of recent psalmtweets. These psalmtweets are part of a set attempting to say something simultaneously about a specific psalm and the whole Psalter. This is working out with varying degrees of success.
The picture of eternal life in the Psalms is one of dwelling with Yahweh and worshiping Him.
The Psalms teach us that our frailty and our dependence on God are both quite normal.
We would do well to cultivate an imagination of faith which perceives God in his sanctuary.
Like the Psalter this is a journey from a place of threat and trembling to a new place of refuge and rejoicing.
Creation is full of immense bounty. Thank Yahweh.
Creation and Redemption celebrated together.
Like Jacob we can ask for Yahweh’s blessing.
Shine Yahweh shine!
As Christians we read the Psalms with new glasses;
Re-reading with 20/20 vision in Christ.
In the Psalms there are verses that yield fitting words for the nation of Israel in judgement and/or for Jesus Christ in ministry.
The Psalms instruct my prayer for those who delight in my harm.
Come Yahweh. Hasten Lord Jesus.