“The hope/confidence of all the ends of the earth” is one of four places in this psalm where the psalmist acknowledges Gentiles (see also vv. Even here the topics of praise are varied, including prayer being answered (verse 2), sins being forgiven (verse … Continue reading "Commentary on Psalm 65:[1-8] 9-13" “All men” (v. 2b) and “all the ends of the earth” (v. 5) and “the nations” (v. 7) and those “who dwell in faraway places” (v. 8) can be expected to observe these awesome and righteous deeds of Yahweh––with the result that they “will come” to Yahweh (v. 2b) and find confidence in Yahweh (v. 5) and be awed “at (Yahweh’s) wonders (v. 8). We will see David praise God for God’s grace, God’s might, and God’s prosperity to … (Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1979-1988), Brown, Francis; Driver, S.R. “The river of God is full of water” (v. 9b). God’s grace, 1-4. A David Psalm. B. It could have something to do with a period of silence as preparation for worship. Farmers work most of the year, hoping for a good crop at the harvest, which is the crowning glory of the year (if everything works well). The psalmist is confessing that he has succumbed to overpowering temptation and has committed terrible sins. “They shout for joy! Blessed the guest. The psalmist may have intended this psalm for a first fruits observance in the Spring or a harvest festival in the Fall. “For the Chief Musician.” This is also found in Psalms 65-68. The noun ‘ereb (evening) means evening, night, sunset, or west. In this case, the recipient is Yahweh and the payment is praise. SermonAudio.com - Psalm 65 Sermons. Praise is silent unto thee, as wanting words to express the great goodness of God. 1 Praise waits for you, God, in Zion. “We will be filled with the goodness (Heb: tob) of your house, Brueggemann regards Psalm 65 as a thanksgiving song of the community, albeit he notes that “there is something of a mismatch between the subject of verses 1-5a and the doxology that follows” (136). The noun dumiya means silence. In this verse, the verb bahar (choose) suggests a chosen people––those whom Yahweh admits into his presence. When those two words (mosa and ‘ereb) are used together, they constitute a merism (two contrasting words that stand for everything that exists). Some rivers fail to live up to their billing. 2-8 We all arrive at your doorstep sooner. The word basar means flesh, to include both humans and animals (Genesis 7:15-16, 21; 8:17). Summary: Harvest Psalm - Harvest Thanksgiving Service. Psalms 65:11.—Spurgeon, vol. To an agricultural people this was a memorable mercy. ◄Psalm 65:2 ► O You who listen to prayer, all men will come to You. Denomination: Brethren. This Thanksgiving Day sermon was preached on November 28, 2013. ), which the WEB has updated. The Court of Women (open to Israelite women). ‘eser) is one whom you choose, (Heb. Keyword: Filter: Page 1 | Found: 506 sermons: SORT. The Psalm before this one (Psalm 64) reveals David’s complaint to God concerning the plots of his enemies against himself. In this verse, the psalmist is talking about the turmoil or confusion found in the nations. Yahweh exhibited his power by creating the mountains––and by stilling the roaring seas––and by stilling the turmoil of the nations. The river of God is full of water. In this verse, Yahweh’s visit reminds me of our doctor’s visits, back in the days when physicians made house calls. William Harrell. of those who are far away on the sea; 6 Who by his power forms the mountains, ), The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, 5 vol. In Psalm 65, the poet praises the God of salvation who stills the roaring of the seas, the roaring of their waves, the tumult of the peoples. Read. Drops and Rocks, and Other Talks with the Children. ‘atap––covered) with grain” (v. 13ab). My goal in this series is to help us learn how to better appreciate and praise God as that is what much of the psalms involve. 8 They also who dwell in faraway places are afraid at your wonders. They also sing” (v. 13cd). Zion is the mountain upon which Jerusalem was built, and is also used to identify the city itself. 4 Blessed are those You choose and bring near to live in Your courts! Rom. In this and the next verse, the psalmist contrasts the mountains (fixed, stable, immovable, silent) with the seas (always in motion, roaring). He heard the same shells explode nearby––and the bullets that cracked as they passed near his head. or later, loaded with guilt, Adrian Dieleman. Verse 1 begins with tehilla (praise) and verse 2 ends with tepillah (prayer). David relates his troubles, 1-14, and then he spells out the doom of the wicked, v.15. Blessed are those you choose and bring near to live in your courts! All the praise the Lord receives from this earth is from Zion, being the fruit of the Spirit of Christ, and acceptable through him. Scholars have debated its meaning in this verse. They also that dwell in the uttermost parts are afraid at thy tokens: thou makest the outgoings of the morning and evening to rejoice. II. the roaring of their waves, 3 When we were overwhelmed by sins, You forgave our transgressions. Reading this unique niphal masculine singular participle with an active voice rather than the usual passive or reflexive. and the turmoil of the nations. 11. “You drench its furrows. However, blessings received from Yahweh constitute the unifying theme throughout the psalm: This unifying theme doesn’t prove that the psalm could not have been written in two parts (vv. (6-13) Commentary on Psalm 65:1-5 (Read Psalm 65:1-5). The great waters of the psalmist’s experience would have been the the Sea of Galilee or the Mediterranean Sea, small bodies of water compared with the Atlantic or Pacific Oceans. 1-4). What Christians don't realize is that they have an even better. The word pesa’ (transgressions) means rebellions as well as transgressions. Too many believers forget the tremendous, glorious privilege that belongs to us as children of God. Even if we don’t, many of our crops are grown inside or in artificially controlled conditions so we are less dependent on things we can’t control. The Court of Priests (restricted to priests). Psalm 65 is another psalm penned by David. Every river has a spring or fountain—some pool or rocky cavern where it first springs up out of the deep, dark earth. You level its ridges. God's purpose for this planet was abundance and health (cf. He could sense Yahweh’s presence with him on dangerous seas far from home––and be strengthened by his faith that God was with him. Brueggemann regards Psalm 65 as a thanksgiving song of the community, albeit he notes that “there is something of a mismatch between the subject of verses 1-5a and the doxology that follows” (136). It was apparently sung after the spring rains came in to water and refresh the earth. This Psalm has a universal thrust (cf. A song. In this sermon I look at the idea of the sacred-secular divide. While I would be honored to be invited into the inner court of a president (something contrary to fact), I am especially honored to be invited into Yahweh’s inner court (something NOT contrary to fact). Psalm 65 suggests that the dome had entranceways (motsa’ey) through which entered the daytime and night (verse 8). It exudes exuberance. B. Phillips: ‘Your God Is Too Small‘; and also of Lesslie Newbigin’s comment that the Christian church has been in retreat from secular society since the Reformation. It could have been used in any of the major Jewish festivals. Kingsley, Westminster Sermons, p. 33; G. Brooks, Outlines of Sermons, p. 209. Kapar covering is more like burying sins in a deep hole, never to be seen again––or sinking them to the bottom of a deep ocean. 3 When deeds of iniquity overwhelm us, you forgive our transgressions. Which by his strength setteth fast the mountains; Which stilleth the noise of the seas, the noise of their waves, and the tumult of the people. On October 31st, 1517, an Augustinian monk, by the name of Martin Luther, nailed his 95 Theses on the door of the Wittenberg Church. Psalm 65-66; … This translation gets “covered” and “clothed” backwards. 1475; Ibid., Morning by Morning, p. 292; J. Scott James, Christian World Pulpit, vol. She had pictured a grand river in her mind, but the river she was seeing was anything but grand. It is not only the farmer’s fields that benefit from God’s rain. There is a missionary spirit in these verses. ◄ Psalm 65:11 ► You crown the year with Your bounty, and Your paths overflow with plenty. But presidents are human––each flawed in his or her own way. “A song.“This note is also found in Psalms 65-68. Verses 5-8 acknowledge Yahweh’s saving power and creative power. “The wilderness grasslands overflow. “You visit (Heb. “Good” in that account meant pleasing, proper, and as it should be. "The God of Salvation" Sermon: Psalm 65 "The God of Salvation" [Psalm 65] October 28, 2007 Second Reformed Church Wednesday is the 490th anniversary of a very important event. Soon he would be returning to the front, but for a day or two he could enjoy carpeted floors and room service. Preaching the Psalms Cycles A, B, C. There are two fundamental theories that govern our human existence. 13 The pastures are covered with flocks. These deeds will be righteous, in keeping with the nature of Yahweh, who is a righteous God. This Psalm has a universal thrust (cf. The reference to Zion might suggest that the psalmist intends this psalm to be part of a celebration at the temple. New! If so, that would argue against Davidic authorship. Thanksgiving Day -- Psalm 65 -- James Evans, Stan Purdum, Carlos Wilton -- Thanksgiving Day - A -- 2006 This song was even more meaningful if the Nation had been through a particularly bad, dry season. to you all men will come. Thou crownest the year with thy goodness. Verse 11. The lead character, George Bailey, is shown what a wonderful life he has. God's bounty and abundance spill into our lives like waters over a causeway. P salm 65, Blessed is the Man God Chooses Listen in MP3 Psalm 66, How Awesome are His Works. So the psalmist is saying that Yahweh’s creative work brings songs of joy to all the world. The mention of “the nations” is one of four places in this psalm where the psalmist acknowledges Gentiles (see also vv. Although the psalmist acknowledges his grievous sin and rebellious transgressions in this verse, he speaks from the standpoint of one who no longer bears the burden of guilt. “God saw everything that he had made, and, behold, it was very good” (tob) (Genesis 1:31). 5, 7, 8. Psalm 65 Psalm 65:1 "Praise Awaits You, O God" Thanksgiving Day 2013 Introduction Nineteen years ago on November 8, 1994, Scott and Janet Willis and six of their children were traveling on Interstate 94 just outside Milwaukee, Wisconsin. You greatly enrich it. Schuyler Rhodes. The hills are clothed with gladness” (v. 12). Psalms 65:11 Thou crownest the year with thy goodness; and thy paths drop fatness. God's delight in creation explodes in a million different colors. ‘ereb) with songs of joy” (v. 8b). but you atoned for our transgressions. Psalm 55:16-17 THE PRIVILEGE OF PRAYER. Pyle was a newspaper correspondent during World War II, and inserted himself into the thick of the fighting in North Africa, Europe, and the Pacific. 1-2 Silence is praise to you, Zion-dwelling God, And also obedience. 532; and vol. 8:18-25). Wouldn’t you feel honored? A psalm of David. Chapter 65. The psalmist may have intended this as poetic wordplay. God's purpose for this planet was abundance and health (cf. Psalms 62:5-12 Count on God. 2 (Grand Rapids: Kregel Publications, 2013), Tate, Marvin E., Word Biblical Commentary: Psalms 51-100 (Dallas: Word Books, 1990), Waltner, James H., Believers Church Bible Commentary: Psalms (Scottdale, Pennsylvania: Herald Press, 2006), Baker, Warren (ed. The psalmist feels the lightness of one who has carried a heavy burden but has felt it lifted, nevermore to return. The Paperback Bible. The Paperback Bible presents the Bible by the Book and is designed to be portable, readable, and truly personal with ample margins for notations. This is a psalm of thanksgiving for plentiful rain, falling at the critical time in a year of drought and ensuring a plentiful harvest. This psalm centers around describing the great blessings of God. Read Psalm 65:11 commentary using The Treasury of David. Psalm 68, Blessed be God Psalm 69 ... Psalm 90, The Psalm of Moses Listen in MP3. Be the first! A sermon on Psalm 65 from one of our Harvest services. Sermon Downloader 2.0 - Free Software to download entire SermonIndex Speaker Archive: SermonIndex.net: Christian Books: Psalm 65:4-8: Commentary On Psalms Volume 2 by Jean Calvin Psalm 65:4-8. God Our Confidence, verses 5-8. For the meaning of yare, see the comments on verse 5a above. People envisioned the great sea (the Mediterranean) as the home of frightening sea monsters. Curated Sermon … Psalm 65:9 I. Psalm 65-- Psalm 65-- Schuyler Rhodes-- 2009 Every morning when sleep leaves and waking comes there is cause for praising God. But he also told of being present at the liberation of Paris––getting to sleep in a hotel with clean sheets and running water. You bless it with a crop” (v. 10). dumiya ) for you, God (Heb: ‘elohim––plural), in Zion” (v. 1a). Genesis 1-2; Leviticus 26; Deuteronomy 28-30), but mankind rebelled (cf. 2 You who hear prayer, 3 Sins overwhelmed me, Time permitting and as it … We find from Psalm 65 that there is no such thing – everything is spiritual. So also Yahweh’s visit to the earth in this verse was a kindly one. xxv., No. This psalm centers around describing the great blessings of God. Yahweh has the power to still that turmoil as certainly as he has the power to still the roaring of the seas. Psalm, Exposition # 041 of 102. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2014), Gower, Ralph, The New Manners and Customs of Bible Times (Chicago: Moody Press, 1987), Kidner, Derek, Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries: Psalms 1-72, Vol. The Old Testament Readings: Psalm 65, Pentecost 22C. A song. They were much more vulnerable to storms and other hazards than today’s huge ships. A second author could have followed the original theme. That must have felt heavenly. 1-2 Silence is praise to you, Zion-dwelling God, And also obedience. When used in relationship to sin, kapar goes beyond “sweep it under the rug” covering––cosmetic covering that can easily be undone. You hear the prayer in it all. While I respect some of the 14 presidents who have served during my long life (FDR thru Trump so far), all have disappointed me––some monumentally. In this verse, the psalmist says that the person whom Yahweh chooses to come near––to live in Yahweh’s courts–– has reason for great joy––exuberance. Sign in to leave a comment. In this verse, the psalmist affirms that Yahweh is the one who gives confidence to “all the ends of the earth.”. Thou waterest the ridges thereof abundantly: thou settlest the furrows thereof: thou makest it soft with showers: thou blessest the springing thereof. The word ma’gal means a path. Scientists are constantly telling us that we are coming closer to controlling the weather. But “the river of God is full of water.” In an arid climate, water is life, so the river of God is full of life––life for crops––life for flocks––life for people. The context of Psalm 55. hamon) of the nations” (v. 7). The verb yare (awesome) means fear, awe, or reverence. As we can see in verse 1, this is a psalm of praise for the great wonders and works of God through creation. This translation is somewhat confusing. ), The Complete WordStudy Old Testament (Chattanooga; AMG Publishers, 1994), Baker, Warren and Carpenter, Eugene, The Complete WordStudy Dictionary: Old Testament (Chattanooga: AMG Publishers, 2003), Bromiley, Geoffrey (General Editor), The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised, 4 vols. Wayne Joyce | Psalm, Verse-by-Verse. The word hamon (turmoil) has several meanings. yare) at your wonders” (v. 8a). 4 Happy are those whom you choose and bring near to live in your courts. In the kingdom of Providence, fixing the mountains (), calming the sea (), preserving the regular succession of day and night (), and making the earth fruitful ().These are … 3 When we were overwhelmed by sins, You forgave our transgressions. A psalm of David. I suspect that irrigation had seriously depleted it. 11 You crown the year with your bounty. Zion is also the location of the temple, and the people of Israel thus thought of Zion as the place where Yahweh dwells. His presence was reassuring and put our minds at ease. bahar) and cause to come near, that he may live in your courts” (Heb. Praise awaits God. You visit the earth, and water it. “to you all men (Heb. That is the idea that human existence … I recently finished reading Ernie Pyle’s book, Brave Men. In Psalm 89, he says, God, who is mighty, rules the raging of the sea. The verb kapar (atone) means cover or forgive. 12 They drop on the pastures of the wilderness, And the little hills rejoice on every side. In this psalm we are directed to give to God the glory of his power and goodness, which appear, I.In the kingdom of grace (), hearing prayer (), pardoning sin (), satisfying the souls of the people (), protecting and supporting them ().II. Genesis 3) and continues to rebel (cf. This sermon was delivered on October 11, 2020 at Antioch Presbyterian Church, a mission work of Calvary Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in America in Woodruff, South Carolina. 14a (Downers Grove, Illinois: Inter-Varsity Press, 1973), Limburg, James, Westminster Bible Companion: Psalms (Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2000, Mays, James Luther, Interpretation: Psalms (Louisville: John Knox, 1994), McCann, J. Clinton, Jr., The New Interpreter’s Bible: The Book of Psalms, Vol. kun) it” (v. 9c). 1475; Ibid., Morning by Morning, p. 292; J. Scott James, Christian World Pulpit, vol. your holy temple” (v. 4b). fIn Psalm 65, David reminds us of the blessings that are upon God’s creation. O thou that hearest prayer, unto thee shall all flesh come. you, our Go The noun mitbah means trust or confidence. A Psalm by David. “Blessed (Heb. ), The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary, 6 vol. In the psalmist’s day, ships were small and made of wood instead of steel. 1 Praise awaits You, O God, in Zion; to You our vows will be fulfilled. Ps. Complete Concise Chapter Contents. Psalm 65 Contributed by Gordon Curley on Nov 21, 2010 (message contributor) based on 3 ratings (rate this sermon) | 12,247 views. Thou crownest the year with thy goodness The whole circling year, from one end of it to the other; particularly that season of it when the harvest is gathered in; the seed being sown, the earth watered, the springing of it blessed, and the corn brought to perfection, the year is … The word ‘awon (sins) means iniquities or particularly grievous sins. We are using the WEB because we believe it to be the best public domain version of the Bible available. ix., No. A lot of people have two boxes: a “sacred” box, where they put things like prayer, Bible reading, church, etc. When one surveys Psalm 65 as a whole, what is most striking is the breadth of the psalm’s subject matter. The prosperity brought by God’s rain extends even to the wilderness and the hills––bringing great joy. Psalms 65:11.—Spurgeon, vol. This phrase echoes “of all the ends of the earth” (v. 5b)––but the mention of the sea takes the matter further. A secondary theme appears in the psalm––an acknowledgement that Yahweh’s grace extends beyond the nation of Israel. Join the discussion. 2 Reading this unique niphal masculine singular participle with an active voice rather than the usual passive or reflexive. The valleys also are clothed (Heb. your holy temple. Clear & Biblical Preaching; Try PRO Free; Trending This Week. The streams of God are filled with water to provide the people with grain, for so you have ordained it. To you shall vows be performed. The people in far places are awestruck when contemplating the wonders that Yahweh has created. The psalmist doesn't check first whether there is rain or drought, fruitful or lean years, food or famine, health or sickness, prosperity or poverty. You greatly enrich it. You soften it with showers. A Bible Devotion from Psalm 65 The Streams of God are Filled with Water You care for the land and water it; you enrich it abundantly. About once a month a lesson is presented from the next psalm in order. Talk about it... Nobody has commented yet. Sermon Series Kits. Video Devotions from Psalm 65. “You who hear prayer” (Heb. The hills are clothed with gladness. The first time we encountered this word tob (good or goodness) was in the creation account. The content, however, makes it clear that this is a ... (Psalm 65.9–13). PROPOSITION – God’s favor is upon the New Year. 2, 7, 8). Scriptures: Psalm 65, Psalms 65. You who are the hope of all the ends of the earth, Choices, verse 4. When Yahweh covers our sins, our sin and guilt are eradicated––made to disappear. For more information about Antioch Presbyterian Church, please visit antiochpca.com or contact us at … Preaching. Font Size. ‘azar––girded) yourself with strength” (v. 6). It begins with praise to God in Zion (verse 1), a setting which continues through verse 4. The Paperback Bible presents the Bible by the Book and is designed to be portable, readable, and truly personal with ample margins for notations. Your carts overflow with abundance. "Thou visitest the earth, and waterest it: thou greatly enrichest it with the river of God, [which] is full … Caught up, as we are, in the currents and eddies of our lives, this is easy to forget. To you all flesh shall come. ***** Sermon on Psalm 65:1 ***** By: Rev. Psalm 65 - Reasons to Praise God For the director of music. After feeling downcast and defeated, David remembered the privilege of prayer. Psalm 65 - Reasons to Praise God For the director of music. 4. "When one surveys Psalm 65 as a whole, what is most striking is the breadth of the psalm's subject matter. in your house, your heavenly manse. having armed (Heb. Do you know what it is? A Thanksgiving Sermon based on Psalm 65 Count Your Blessings, Name Them One By One I love that old hymn "Count Your Blessings" it’s one of my favorites. You level its ridges. Awesome is a good translation in this verse. Who among us, if we are at all spiritually sensitive, have not felt the same remorse over our own sins. A David Psalm. The Court of the Gentiles (open to Gentiles). 1 Praise awaits You, O God, in Zion; to You our vows will be fulfilled. mitbah––confidence) of all the ends of the earth” (v. 5b). Psalm 65 is another psalm penned by David. Anderson, A.A., The New Century Bible Commentary: Psalms 1-72 (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1972), Broyles, Craig C., New International Biblical Commentary: Psalms (Peabody, Massachusetts: Hendrickson Publishers, 1999, Brueggemann, Walter, The Message of the Psalms A Theological Commentary (Minneapolis: Augsburg Press, 1984), Clifford, Richard J., Abingdon Old Testament Commentaries: Psalms 1-72 (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2002), DeClaisse-Walford, Nancy; Jacobson, Rolf A.; Tanner, Beth Laneel, The New International Commentary on the Old Testament: The Book of Psalms (Grand Rapids: Wm. 65. Our doctor carried a black leather bag with a stethoscope and a few other medical tools––and some pills. The harvest is the plainest display of the divine bounty, and the crown of the year. As low as $30/day. at home in your place! A furrow is a long trench made by a plow to receive seed or to carry irrigation water. Where is the fountain of the river of God? It begins with praise to God in Zion (verse 1), a setting which continues through verse 4. 1 Praise is due to you, O God, in Zion; and to you shall vows be performed, 2 O you who answer prayer! 65. PROPOSITION – God’s favor is upon the New Year. (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available … In this verse, mosa (dawn) and ‘ereb (evening) mean east and west––or dawn and dusk––or from the rising to the setting of the sun––in other words, everything that exists. “They also who dwell in faraway places are afraid (Heb. Psalm 65:4. xiv., p. 209. “A Psalm by David.” For a discussion of Davidic authorship, see the commentary on Psalm 103. While it can be used for transgressions against individuals or nations, in the Hebrew scriptures it is usually used for transgressions or rebellion against Yahweh and Yahweh’s laws (Isaiah 58:1; Amos 5:12). The promise of hope for the New Year. The verb gabar means to prevail or overwhelm. Thou visitest the earth, and waterest it: thou greatly enrichest it with the river of God. A song. Psalm 65 – At the Temple, In the Earth The title of this psalm is To the Chief Musician. or later, loaded with guilt, Our sins too much for us— but you get rid of them once and for all. Psalm 65 is written from this perspective: "Praise awaits you, O God, in Zion; to you our vows will be fulfilled" (Ps 65:1). Thou crownest the year with thy goodness] While each month produceth its several fruits or commodities; so that the whole is, as it were, a crown royal; but especially a year of extraordinary plenty, such as was the last of Queen Mary, when wheat was sold for five shillings a quarter, malt for four shillings and … (General Editor), New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology & Exegesis, 5 vol., (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1997), All Rights Reserved | © 1997-2020 Richard Niell Donovan. kapar) for our transgressions” (Heb. Psalm 65. Because stanza one (verses 9-13) has a somewhat different structure than stanzas two and three (verses 1-4 and 5-8), some scholars have suggested that verses 9-13 might be an addition to the original psalm (vv. having armed yourself with strength; 7 who stills the roaring of the seas, Praise unto Thee, verses 1-3. He shared their foxholes and slogged through the same mud that weighed down their boots. It is an exclamatory word––the kind of word that causes a person to clap hands or shout. The point, of course, is that the rains that God provided have brought about great prosperity, as represented by abundant flocks and grain. “Sins (Heb. “but you atoned (Heb. Psalm 65. It was apparently sung after the spring rains came in to water and refresh the earth. Deuteronomy 8:7-18; Psalm 65; 2 Corinthians 9:6-15; Luke 17:11-19. Psalm 65 - Crown the year. Genesis 1-2; Leviticus 26; Deuteronomy 28-30), but mankind rebelled (cf. Intro: Ill. Verses 9-13 celebrate bounteous crops made possible for Yahweh’s provision of rain. God is to be praised in the kingdom of grace. 1-8). Lectionary Readings. You provide … The fountain of the rain is the great ocean. paqad) the earth, and water it. Psalm 65 is considered a National Psalm of praise and thanks to God for His goodness. ), Mounce’s Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2006), Renn, Stephen D., Expository Dictionary of Biblical Words: Word Studies for Key English Bible Words Based on the Hebrew and Greek Texts (Peabody, Massachusetts: Hendrickson Publishers, Inc., 2005), Richards, Lawrence O., Encyclopedia of Bible Words (Zondervan, 1985, 1991), Sakenfeld, Katharine Doob (ed. Great sea ( the Mediterranean ) as the place where Yahweh dwells invited you to the the., morning by morning, p. 180 the goodness of God person to clap hands or.. ( restricted to Priests ) the blessings that are upon God ’ s subject matter. Zion to. 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When: April, 2022
At the center of the terror is Shane, an openly gay high school student outcasted by his peers and rejected by his alcoholic father, who, with the help of his newly developed telekinetic powers, becomes an unrestrained, vengeance-seeking powerhouse after a cyber-bullying video goes viral on social media and serves as the catalyst that turns his gift into a weapon of horror and destruction no one will ever forget.
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