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“Psalm 8″ (Ready to Worship S1E6)

  Season 1, Episode 6 For Friday, March 13, 2015 “Psalm 8″ HOST: Chris Clevenger     Show Notes: When we really consider who God is, we should be driven to consider the special degree of grace that has crowned man with God’s favor. “What is man” that God should be mindful of him? The eighth

 
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“Psalm 7″ (Ready to Worship S1E5)

Published on March 6, 2015 by in Podcast Episodes

  Season 1, Episode 5 For Friday, March 6, 2015 “Psalm 7″ HOST: Chris Clevenger     Show Notes: Imagine a courtroom scene wherein God is the judge, David is the accused, and those loyal to Saul are seeking David’s condemnation. Got it? If you do, then you have a decent grasp of Psalm 7 already.

 
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“Psalm 6″ (Ready to Worship S1E4)

  Season 1, Episode 4 For Friday, February 27, 2015 “Psalm 6″ HOST: Chris Clevenger     Show Notes: Sometimes our faith is tried, we feel alone, and we just don’t feel like offering praise. In Psalm 6, David is enduring a season of separation from God and writes about his emotional state therein. When we

 
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“Psalm 5″ (Ready to Worship S1E3)

  Season 1, Episode 3 For Friday, February 6, 2015 “Psalm 5″ HOST: Chris Clevenger     Show Notes: No one could curse like the Israelites. Their prayer life shows how sensitive their conscience was toward the sins of the nations around them—at least when they were being oppressed by those same nations. In Psalm 5,

 
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“Psalm 4″ (Ready to Worship S1E2)

  Season 1, Episode 2 For January 16, 2014 “Psalm 4″ HOST: Chris Clevenger     Show Notes: Right after his morning song, the psalmist gives us an evening prayer offered unto God. All wasn’t right in his life –from a human perspective– but God was in complete control. He was able to sleep, rest, and

 
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