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89C. A Prayer of Remembrance and Hope

Text Information
First Line: We remember your people, O Lord, the people of the promise
Title: A Prayer of Remembrance and Hope
Author: John D. Witvliet (2011)
Publication Date: 2012
Topic: Biblical Names and Places: David; Biblical Names and Places: Egypt; Biblical Names and Places: Israel (39 more...)
Notes: Prayer. This way of presenting Ps. 89 invites the congregation to experience the psalm as a memorial to the experience of Israel. It acknowledges the despair voiced in the second half of the psalm but also testifies to the ultimate redemption of God’s people that comes through Christ.
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