In which our carnival is interleaved with the verses of Psalmody and posted only in the order they arrived.
- Bless the Lord, O my soul; O Lord my God, Thou hast been magnified exceedingly.
Ched presents a word study on up/down “Going Up” and “Going Down” in the Book of Jonah posted at Says Simpleton.
- Confession and majesty hast Thou put on, Who coverest Thyself with light as with a garment,
Nick Cross presents some basic background on the observance of Ramadan Crossinator: Learning About Ramadan posted at Crossinator.
- Who stretchest out the heaven as it were a curtain; Who supporteth His chambers in the waters
Richard H. Anderson works on differences in the gospels Matthew as compared with Mark and Luke concerning prophecies of Jesus’ birth in an essay entitled Juxtaposition posted at dokeo kago grapho soi kratistos Theophilos.
- Who appointeth the clouds for His ascent, Who walketh upon the wings of the winds,
Tom presents ramblings on God, Man, and the urge to
walk on the wings of the windsworship who to worship posted at geekandfather.com.
- Who maketh His angels spirits, and His ministers a flame of fire,
supermom_in_ny asks (then answers) Why Do We Lift Our Hands in Praise? posted at Miracles Still Happen.
- Who establisheth the earth in the sureness thereof; it shall not be turned back for ever and ever.
Jordan J. Ballor ponders the structure of government in the time of Solomon OT Israel: Constitutional Monarchy? posted at Acton Institute PowerBlog.
- The abyss like a garment is His mantle; upon the mountains shall the waters stand.
William Meisheid continues with Solomon and moves on in Architecture and The Theology of Spaces: Part II posted at Beyond The Rim….
- At Thy rebuke they will flee, at the voice of Thy thunder shall they be afraid.
Diane R looks at movement in the Evangelical world as is
not afraidamused as you can find out in We’re on the Move posted at Crossroads: Where Faith and Inquiry Meet.
- The mountains rise up and the plains sink down, unto the place where Thou hast established them
Doug looks at eschatology in Hell and the end of Evil posted at Bounded Irrationality.
- Thou appointedst a bound that they shall not pass, neither return to cover the earth.
Paul Kurlitz composes Art with Scripture in 3:10 TO YUMA: A Tale of Two Sons posted at Opinions.
- He sendeth forth springs in the valleys; between the mountains will the waters run.
Annette thinks about kids, growing up, and the wide world in Worldview approach? posted at Fish and Cans.
- They shall give drink to all the beasts of the field; the wild asses will wait to quench their thirst.
ChrisB looks at evolution, the beasts of the field, and ways of thinking (or not) about it in Do you know why you don’t believe? posted at Homeward Bound.
- Beside them will the birds of the heaven lodge, from the midst of the rocks will they give voice.
Phil looks at Islam in The True Reasons for Terrorism, Why Terrorism Fails, and How to Stop Terrorism « Phil for Humanity posted at Phil for Humanity.
- He watereth the mountains from His chambers; the earth shall be satisfied with the fruit of Thy works.
Ian Spencer considers God, time, foreknowledge and the consequences of the same in Notes on Boyd’s Satan and the Problem of Evil Chapter 3B posted at Philosophical Orthodoxy.
- He causeth the grass to grow for the cattle, and green herb for the service of men,
Michael writes on the confluence of Scripture and Wall Street Jesus and Money posted at Chasing the Wind.
- To bring forth bread out of the earth; and wine maketh glad the heartof man.
Michael McGinnis shares a story of God’s mercy In the hard times, God gives oatmeal posted at Tantalizing if True.
- To make his face cheerful with oil; and bread strengtheneth man’s heart.
Bruce Alderman considers Dawkin’s common sense or lack thereof in he ain’t got no common sense posted at it seems to me….
- The trees of the plain shall be satisfied, the cedars of Lebanon, which Thou hast planted.
e-Mom tells of Jewish feasts and their fulfillment through Christ in The Jewish Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot): A Christian Viewpoint posted
beneath the cedars of Lebanonat Chrysalis.
- There will the sparrows make their nests; the house of the heron is chief among them.
Tupelo Kenyon looks at the
sparrowelephant in the living room, i.e., the TV, in The Trouble with TV posted at Tupelo Kenyon.
- The high mountains are a refuge for the harts, and so is the rock for the hares.
Martin LaBar looks carefully at Genesis and a famous
refugetown in Sodom and homosexuality posted at Sun and Shield.
- He hath made the moon for seasons; the sun knoweth his going down.
Jeremy Pierce clears some air in Carson’s Misreading of Plantinga posted at Parableman.
- Thou appointedst the darkness, and there was the night, wherein all the beasts of the forest will go abroad.
Weekend Fisher pens a prayer in Meditation on God as husband posted at Heart, Mind, Soul, and Strength.
- Young lions roaring after their prey, and seeking their food from God
roars after his preyblogs a whole conference (in one post) in Let’s Tend the Garden Conference 2007, Vineyard Church, Boise ID posted at The Evangelical Ecologist.
- The sun ariseth, and they are gathered together, and they lay them down in their dens.
Rebekah Carpenter presents some “Olde Tyme Religion” in an essay entitled Martin Luther, Jonathan Edwards, and Me posted at I Thought I Would Have It Together by Now
- But man shall go forth unto his work, and to his labour until the evening.
John Howel goes forth on his work in a series on Scripture and History at Brain Cramps for God
- How magnified are Thy works, 0 Lord! In wisdom hast Thou made them all; the earth is filled with Thy creation.
From your host, Mark Olson, On Fasting posted at Pseudo-Polymath.
- So is this great and spacious sea, therein are things creeping innumerable, small living creatures with the great.
Rodney Olsen considers being lost in the sea and the value of the same in Struggling with Doubt posted at The Journey.
There go the ships; there this dragon, whom Thou hast made to play therein.
All things wait on Thee, to give them their food in due season; when Thou givest it them, they will gather it.
When Thou openest Thy hand, all things shall befilled with goodness; when Thou turnest away Thy face, they shall be troubled.
Thou wilt take their spirit, and they shall cease; and unto their dust shall they return.
Thou wilt send forth Thy Spirit, and they shall be created; and Thou shalt renew the face of the earth.
Let the glory of the Lord be unto the ages; the Lord will rejoice in His works, Who looketh on the earth and maketh it tremble, Who toucheth the mountains and they smoke.
I will sing unto the Lord throughout my life, I will chant to my God for as long as I have my being.
May my words be sweet unto Him, and I will rejoice in the Lord.
O that sinners would cease from the earth, and they that work iniquity, that they should be no more. Bless the Lord, 0 my soul.
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit,
now and ever, and forever. Amen.
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