The Hebrew title for the Psalms is the word “Tehilim” which means “praise songs” “Psalms” in the Greek is Psalmoi and means a “collection of poems sung to musical accompaniment.” Psalm 40 seems to embody these definitions – “He put a new song in my mouth, a hymn of praise to our God. Many will see and hear and put their trust in God.”
I hope you will be encouraged and gain new insight as you study through the book of Psalms with me. Enjoy!
This is the conclusion of 1 Timothy 5:5-16 (Part 3) where I discuss true biblical charity, true biblical economic justice, and how these principles are the opposite of the modern American welfare state.
This is the conclusion of 1 Timothy 5:5-16 Parts 1-2 where I discussed what constitutes a widow “indeed.” This teaching picks up on the statement Paul makes in 1 Timothy 5:16 where he says “the church must not be burdened.” True biblical economic justice is the opposite of the modern American welfare state.