Psalms 102-103; 110; 116-119; 127-128; 135-139; 146-150: “Let Every Thing That Hath Breath Praise the Lord” (August 22-28)

King David,” by Peter Paul Rubens,

When God gives us responsibilities, He also provides power to help us fulfill them. That assurance returns time and time again in the last 50 psalms. Melchizedek received the eternal priesthood power of God (Psalm 110:4). Joseph became resilient through the trials he experienced (Psalm 105:17-18). And parents are fortified by the knowledge that they have inherited their children from God (Psalm 127:3-5).

We plead for his help with the simple word “Hosanna,” which is both a supplication and a declaration of faith (Psalm 118:25). As we seek God’s help to fulfill our duties, we can be assured that His arms of mercy are extended to us (Psalm 136:12), and that we are building on a solid foundation (Psalm 118:22-23).

Here are some blog posts you may find useful as we study the last 50 psalms this week:

Psalm #Blog Post(s)
105“Iron Hath Entered His Soul”
What Is an Elder?
109In Their Stead
110A Priest Forever
Without Beginning of Days or End of Years – Alma 13:8-9.
116“Stronger than the Cords of Death”
The Loosing of the Bands of Death – Alma 11:40-41
118Hosanna
“The Only Sure Foundation” – Jacob 4:15-18.
119“Let Them…Not Tarry”
127An Heritage of the Lord
136The Arms of Mercy

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