Psalm 91 is a poem, composed by either Moses or David, that imparts a confidence in the safety provided by God to the reader. Some consider Psalm 91 to be a Messianic prophecy, particularly upon reading its second half. More »

"A Psalm of Life" is a poem written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Its subtitle reads "What the heart of the young man said to the psalmist." It is the poet's response to blind faith in religion, especially Christianity. More »

Saint Augustine of Hippo provides a classic interpretation of Psalm 91, which he sees as being an encouragement to courage and trust in God amid suffering and the snares of evil. He notes that the devil used this psalm t... More »

"A Psalm of Life" is a poem written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Its subtitle reads "What the heart of the young man said to the psalmist." It is the poet's response to blind faith in religion, especially Christianity. More »

A good sermon on Psalm 91 comes from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, and it speaks on the protection a Christian believer can have from trusting in God. Another sermon comes from Irish pastor David Legge, who ... More »

The essence of Psalm 23 is to trust in God to lead the way, even through life's trying times. Psalm 23 brings comfort to those who have experienced troubles. More »

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Some Biblical names are Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Jeremiah, Moses, David, Daniel, Joshua, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Both the Old and New Testaments record traditions and events that determined what name a person was giv... More »

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