This Is My Story, These Are My Songs (The Psalms To Jeduthun)

This Is My Story, These Are My Songs

Three of the 150 Psalms are dedicated to the same individual: Jeduthun. Who was this man and what might we learn from his example?

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Psalm 39:1-5 – We-Vape

The first Psalm dedicated to Jeduthun begins as David ponders the brevity of life.

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Psalm 39:6-11 – Theocorrect

David thinks about the shortness of life and God’s discipline in the life of a believer.

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Psalm 39:12-13 – Pray Without Concealing

David closes this first song dedicated to Jeduthun with a heartfelt prayer.

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Psalm 62:1-4 – You’ve Got Your Head In The Savior

David writes a song about refuge and security while under incessant attack from his enemies. Is his head in the sand?

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Psalm 62:5-8 – Refuge Reminder

David talks about the powerful refuge found in God

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Psalm 62:9-12 – Encouragement And Exhortation

David wraps up the Psalm giving encouragement, instruction and exhortation to all men everywhere

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Psalm 77:1-3 – Patient Refusing Treatment

Asaph is afflicted and needs a Physician, but when he goes to Him, he refuses treatment for what ails him

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Psalm 77:4-9 – Patient Becoming Combative

Asaph becomes angry and accusatory toward God, His Great Physician

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Psalm 77:10 – Get Your Piercing

Asaph has a sudden change of heart in regard to his life and his God

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Psalm 77:11-15 – Active Savior

Asaph celebrates the great and active work of God

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Psalm 77:16-20 – Every Earth You Shake, I’ll Be Watching You

Asaph recounts the earth-shaking power of God

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