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Songs for Our Temple (Week 35: Ps. 103-105)

Jason takes us through Psalms 103-105, reminding us of who our God us, the forgiveness He offers us and the joy we have in worshipping Him.

This Week’s Reading

Read along with us! Throughout the week, read this week’s Psalms and, as you have insights or questions, please leave them in the comments below! We’ll be here throughout the week interacting with each other on the readings! We’re aiming to read Psalm 103 by Monday, Psalm 104 by Wednesday and Psalm 105 by Friday so that we can discuss all three of them together.

About this Reading Plan

Get the full details on this 2022 Reading Plan through the Psalms by visiting our overview page.

Tags: songs for our temple, reading plan, worship, forgiveness, salvation

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Re: Songs for Our Temple (Week 35: Ps. 103-105)

As for man, his days are like grass; he flourishes like a flower of the field; 16for the wind passes over it, and it is gone, and its place knows it no more. 17But the steadfast love of the LORD is from everlasting to everlasting on those who fear him, and his righteousness to children’s children, 18to those who keep his covenant and remember to do his commandments. 19The LORD has established his throne in the heavens, and his kingdom rules over all. The above verses , reminds us that we are here just for a short time. Why should we fear man, who is more worthy than man? Is is God who is the one to fear because we are with him for ever.

Posted by Jim Krenning - Aug 30, 2022 | 6:23 AM

Re: Songs for Our Temple (Week 35: Ps. 103-105)

Psalms 104: How can a God of perfection just put the earth together in a chaotic form? It’s hard for me to believe that is true, but today’s worldview sees it this way. Everything happens by chance, or God created things to be left up to man to take care of the earth. As I went through Psalms 104, I could see that the God of the bible took care of every detail of his creation. How is it that people can’t comprehend this fact? That one God created everything on earth? This Psalms is definitely a song of praise about the God of the bible’s creation, and it should praise not worship but meditate on His splendor. If God could do all this, think what he could do with man.

The last five verses of this Psalms are what I like best. 31 May the glory of the LORD endure forever; may the LORD rejoice in his works, 32who looks on the earth, and it trembles, who touches the mountains and they smoke! 33I will sing to the LORD as long as I live; I will sing praise to my God while I have being. 34 May my meditation be pleasing to him, for I rejoice in the LORD. 35Let sinners be consumed from the earth, and let the wicked be no more! Bless the LORD, O my soul! Praise the LORD!

Posted by Jim Krenning - Aug 31, 2022 | 6:17 AM

Psalm 104

Amen, Jim. I love Psalm 104 and how it shows God’s complete care for his creation. Like Paul reminded the Athenians in Acts 17, “in Him we live and move and have our being,” a thought that v. 29 echos: “When you ignore them, they panic. When you take away their life’s breath, they die and return to dust.”

It’s hard to imagine looking at the world and seeing it just chaotic, isn’t it? The Creation is so magnificent!

Posted by Timothy Butler - Sep 01, 2022 | 12:27 PM

Re: Songs for Our Temple (Week 35: Ps. 103-105)

Psalms 105 Reading Psalms 105, you have a brief review of the history of the Israelites in Egypt. Now that they have reached the promised land, they are riching themselves in the blessings of the land God promised them from the beginning. It makes me think of what happened afterward when the gift’s newness faded—the promise God gave to his chosen people at the time, the Israelites. Do you ever think your life results from God’s promise to someone else? I have been thinking about it for a few minutes; I remember the men who have passed in time and who were an influence in my life. I remember seeing and knowing people steadfast in their walk in God’s word. Looking at Psalms 105 verses 44-45, I believe God gives us people in our lives so that we may be nourished from them, keep his statutes, and observe his laws.

Posted by Jim Krenning - Sep 03, 2022 | 7:39 AM

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