A Meditation on Psalm 78

A Maskil of Asaph.Listen, O my people, to my instruction;Incline your ears to the words of my mouth. — Psalm 78:1 A long psalm I must say, but the length of this psalm is not enough to describe how patient and long-suffering our God is to His people despite their (our) unfaithfulness. Indeed, from theContinue reading “A Meditation on Psalm 78”

The LORD is My Portion

“You are my portion, O LORD; I have said to keep Your words.” [Psalms 119:57 NKJV] In Ancient Israel, agricultural lands were the ultimate source of income and wealth of a family, and the patrilineal order assumes the responsibility to conserve the ownership right and validity of tenure of their estates. Upon the death ofContinue reading “The LORD is My Portion”

A Heartfelt Cry to God

Whenever I read the story of King David, I get so tired in my imagination. He was constantly on a battle, in dispute with other kingdoms, in hiding from his enemies, and often tormented by sorrow and grief. Yet king David had created the most beautiful songs of praise for the Lord. The words ofContinue reading “A Heartfelt Cry to God”