Tag Archives: Psalm 11

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Psalms 11:5-7 5 Yahveh examines the righteous, but he hates the wicked and those who love violence. 6 Let him rain burning coals and sulfur on the wicked ones; let a scorching wind be the portion in their cup. 7 … Continue reading

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Psalms 11:3-4 3 “When the foundations we depend on are destroyed, what can the righteous ones do? ” 4 Yahveh is in his holy temple; Yahveh –his throne is in the sky. His eyes are watching; his gaze is examining … Continue reading

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Psalms 11:1-2 1 I have taken refuge in Yahveh. How can you say to me, “Escape to the mountains like a bird! 2 “Because notice, the wicked ones are stringing bows; they put their arrows on bowstrings to shoot from … Continue reading

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Psalm 11 David recalls times of danger, when he is warned to run to safety.  But he does not run.  He knows where his God is.  He knows what the LORD is up to.  God is testing him.  Even though … Continue reading

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