“Sing aloud unto God our strength.”

I went to find it being sung


Psalm 81

Let us read at this time—Psalm 81.

This song exhorts men to praise the Lord, tells of his goodness to Israel, and bewails the sins and consequent sorrows of that erring people

Psalm 81:1

Singing should be hearty and joyful: we should all take our share in the public thanksgiving.

Psalm 81:2, 3

By which the passover is intended.

Psalm 81:4, 5

The Egyptian tongue was unknown to the Lord in the sense of having no fellowship with it; just as we read in the New Testament that the Lord will say to the hypocrite, “I never knew you.” In Egypt the Passover was established as a memorial of Israel’s redemption, and the freeborn sons of Israel delighted to maintain the commemoration.

Psalm 81:6

Or from the earth baskets. God set his people free from the slavish business of brick-making, as he has also redeemed all his people…

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Author: Lisa the Infidel

I am an #Infidel - born and bred North Carolina.

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