Spring Schedule & Chat

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It's spring... well, almost!

Here's a peek at our schedule of Psalm study for the weeks ahead!

As you volunteer I will edit this post accordingly. You can volunteer for 1 week, or 2 weeks in sequence depending on whether your chosen Psalm is short or long, or if you are leading 2 or 3 sequential Psalms.

For your information, here are the Psalms we've already covered, or have on the schedule:

1, 9, 10, 15, 16, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 42, 43, 46, 50, 51, 71, 91, 100, 111, 119, 121, 122, 137, 139, 144

You may not choose to repeat one of the above Psalms, unless it is listed as "volunteer needed". All others are still options!

If a Psalm is scheduled for only 1 week, you may volunteer to do a week 2 immediately following week 1 if the schedule is still open for that.

SCHEDULE

March 10 - Doug -Psalm 137
March 17 - Doug - Psalm 137

March 24 - Donna - Psalm 121 & 122
March 31 - Donna - Psalm 121 & 122

April 7 - Psalm 91- Angela

April 14 - Psalm 91 - Angela

April 21 - break

April 28 - Psalm 25 - Robyn

May 5 - Psalm 25 - Robyn

May 12 - Psalm 26 - C.B. Shepherd

May 19 - Psalm 27 - Doug

May 26 - Psalm 27 - Doug

June 2 Psalm 28 - Doug

June 9 - Psalm 28 - Doug

June 16 - break

June 23 - Psalm 29 - Praise week

June 30 - Psalm 30 - Testimony week

scribe's picture

Perspective

Well, Doug, you haven't given the info on the monthly Hebrew letter. Hope my comments didn't stop you. My perspective on the individual letters of the aleph-bet is not an official rendering of them. It could be likened to people who visit an art gallery where each one sees something different in the art displayed.

It's not my place to speak for anyone else, but in all honesty, there's nothing mystical, or 'special revelation' about it. It's simply my choice to see Christ in every area of life, especially in the area of language, words, letters and particularly the language He probably spoke while walking on His earth in human form.

Gimel has always reminded me of a fulcrum. But when contemplating its structure with Christ in mind, and with the accepted concept that it symbolizes "giving" - to me it pictures Christ (the vav slightly bent forward) bruising His heel as He crushes the head of the serpent; for in my mind the 'fulcrum' is reminiscent of the star constellation 'draco,' sort of triangular at its head, a false trinity that will be crushed by The True Triune God.




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