Enslaved souls, and the oddity of Psalm 105:18

By Joe LaGuardia Psalm 105 recalls the Lord’s faithfulness in leading Israel from Abram’s call from Ur to liberation out of enslavement in Egypt.¬† It is a prayer or hymn of thanksgiving, and invitation to remember Israel’s past in order to appreciate God’s future. Psalm 105 is a part of a triad (Psalms 104-106) that¬†celebratesContinue reading “Enslaved souls, and the oddity of Psalm 105:18”

Thoughts on Psalm 91

By Joe LaGuardia For preachers who use the lectionary, Psalm 91 is scheduled for the First Sunday of Lent in Year C.¬† This article comes a bit early for that, and you may not find this until you research for that particular cycle, but I have some insights that may benefit you. Many scholars argueContinue reading “Thoughts on Psalm 91”