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  • 00:49

    PSALMS

    in Christianity

         The Book of Psalms is the largest and perhaps most widely used boe in a very personal and  in the Bible.  It explores the full range of human experience in a very personal and practical way.  Its 150 "songs" run from the Creation through the patriarchal, theocratic, monarchical, exilic, and postexilic periods.  The tremendous breadth of subject matter in the Psalms includes diverse topics, such as jubilation, war, peace, worship, judgement, messianic prophecy, praise, and lament.
         The Book of Psalms was gradually collected and originally unnamed, perhaps due to the great variety of material.  It came to be known as Sepher Tehillim -"Book of Praises"- because almost every psalm contains some note of praise to God.  The Septuagint uses the Greek word Psalmoi as it's title for this book, meaning " Poems Sung to the Accompaniment of Musical Instuments".  It  also calls it the Psalterium (" A collection of Songs), and this word is the basis for the term Psalter. The Latin title is Liber Psalmorum, The "Book Of Psalms".

  • 00:57

    PSALMS

    in Christianity

         The Book of Psalms is the largest and perhaps most widely used boe in a very personal and  in the Bible.  It explores the full range of human experience in a very personal and practical way.  Its 150 "songs" run from the Creation through the patriarchal, theocratic, monarchical, exilic, and postexilic periods.  The tremendous breadth of subject matter in the Psalms includes diverse topics, such as jubilation, war, peace, worship, judgement, messianic prophecy, praise, and lament.
         The Book of Psalms was gradually collected and originally unnamed, perhaps due to the great variety of material.  It came to be known as Sepher Tehillim -"Book of Praises"- because almost every psalm contains some note of praise to God.  The Septuagint uses the Greek word Psalmoi as it's title for this book, meaning " Poems Sung to the Accompaniment of Musical Instuments".  It  also calls it the Psalterium (" A collection of Songs), and this word is the basis for the term Psalter. The Latin title is Liber Psalmorum, The "Book Of Psalms".

  • 01:03

    PSALMS

    in Christianity

         The Book of Psalms is the largest and perhaps most widely used boe in a very personal and  in the Bible.  It explores the full range of human experience in a very personal and practical way.  Its 150 "songs" run from the Creation through the patriarchal, theocratic, monarchical, exilic, and postexilic periods.  The tremendous breadth of subject matter in the Psalms includes diverse topics, such as jubilation, war, peace, worship, judgement, messianic prophecy, praise, and lament.
         The Book of Psalms was gradually collected and originally unnamed, perhaps due to the great variety of material.  It came to be known as Sepher Tehillim -"Book of Praises"- because almost every psalm contains some note of praise to God.  The Septuagint uses the Greek word Psalmoi as it's title for this book, meaning " Poems Sung to the Accompaniment of Musical Instuments".  It  also calls it the Psalterium (" A collection of Songs), and this word is the basis for the term Psalter. The Latin title is Liber Psalmorum, The "Book Of Psalms".

  • 01:07

    PSALMS

    in Christianity

         The Book of Psalms is the largest and perhaps most widely used book in a very personal and  in the Bible.  It explores the full range of human experience in a very personal and practical way.  Its 150 "songs" run from the Creation through the patriarchal, theocratic, monarchical, exilic, and postexilic periods.  The tremendous breadth of subject matter in the Psalms includes diverse topics, such as jubilation, war, peace, worship, judgement, messianic prophecy, praise, and lament.
         The Book of Psalms was gradually collected and originally unnamed, perhaps due to the great variety of material.  It came to be known as Sepher Tehillim -"Book of Praises"- because almost every psalm contains some note of praise to God.  The Septuagint uses the Greek word Psalmoi as it's title for this book, meaning " Poems Sung to the Accompaniment of Musical Instuments".  It  also calls it the Psalterium (" A collection of Songs), and this word is the basis for the term Psalter. The Latin title is Liber Psalmorum, The "Book Of Psalms".

  • 01:06

    PSALMS

    in Christianity

         The Book of Psalms is the largest and perhaps most widely used book in a very personal and  in the Bible.  It explores the full range of human experience in a very personal and practical way.  Its 150 "songs" run from the Creation through the patriarchal, theocratic, monarchical, exilic, and postexilic periods.  The tremendous breadth of subject matter in the Psalms includes diverse topics, such as jubilation, war, peace, worship, judgement, messianic prophecy, praise, and lament.
         The Book of Psalms was gradually collected and originally unnamed, perhaps due to the great variety of material.  It came to be known as Sepher Tehillim -"Book of Praises"- because almost every psalm contains some note of praise to God.  The Septuagint uses the Greek word Psalmoi as it's title for this book, meaning " Poems Sung to the Accompaniment of Musical Instuments".  It  also calls it the Psalterium (" A collection of Songs), and this word is the basis for the term Psalter. The Latin title is Liber Psalmorum, The "Book Of Psalms".

  • 01:04

    PSALMS

    in Christianity

         The Book of Psalms is the largest and perhaps most widely used boe in a very personal and  in the Bible.  It explores the full range of human experience in a very personal and practical way.  Its 150 "songs" run from the Creation through the patriarchal, theocratic, monarchical, exilic, and postexilic periods.  The tremendous breadth of subject matter in the Psalms includes diverse topics, such as jubilation, war, peace, worship, judgement, messianic prophecy, praise, and lament.
         The Book of Psalms was gradually collected and originally unnamed, perhaps due to the great variety of material.  It came to be known as Sepher Tehillim -"Book of Praises"- because almost every psalm contains some note of praise to God.  The Septuagint uses the Greek word Psalmoi as it's title for this book, meaning " Poems Sung to the Accompaniment of Musical Instuments".  It  also calls it the Psalterium (" A collection of Songs), and this word is the basis for the term Psalter. The Latin title is Liber Psalmorum, The "Book Of Psalms".

  • 01:00

    PSALMS

    in Christianity

         The Book of Psalms is the largest and perhaps most widely used boe in a very personal and  in the Bible.  It explores the full range of human experience in a very personal and practical way.  Its 150 "songs" run from the Creation through the patriarchal, theocratic, monarchical, exilic, and postexilic periods.  The tremendous breadth of subject matter in the Psalms includes diverse topics, such as jubilation, war, peace, worship, judgement, messianic prophecy, praise, and lament.
         The Book of Psalms was gradually collected and originally unnamed, perhaps due to the great variety of material.  It came to be known as Sepher Tehillim -"Book of Praises"- because almost every psalm contains some note of praise to God.  The Septuagint uses the Greek word Psalmoi as it's title for this book, meaning " Poems Sung to the Accompaniment of Musical Instuments".  It  also calls it the Psalterium (" A collection of Songs), and this word is the basis for the term Psalter. The Latin title is Liber Psalmorum, The "Book Of Psalms".

  • 01:59

    PSALMS

    in Christianity

         The Book of Psalms is the largest and perhaps most widely used boe in a very personal and  in the Bible.  It explores the full range of human experience in a very personal and practical way.  Its 150 "songs" run from the Creation through the patriarchal, theocratic, monarchical, exilic, and postexilic periods.  The tremendous breadth of subject matter in the Psalms includes diverse topics, such as jubilation, war, peace, worship, judgement, messianic prophecy, praise, and lament.
         The Book of Psalms was gradually collected and originally unnamed, perhaps due to the great variety of material.  It came to be known as Sepher Tehillim -"Book of Praises"- because almost every psalm contains some note of praise to God.  The Septuagint uses the Greek word Psalmoi as it's title for this book, meaning " Poems Sung to the Accompaniment of Musical Instuments".  It  also calls it the Psalterium (" A collection of Songs), and this word is the basis for the term Psalter. The Latin title is Liber Psalmorum, The "Book Of Psalms".

  • 01:10

    PSALMS

    in Christianity

         The Book of Psalms is the largest and perhaps most widely used book in a very personal and  in the Bible.  It explores the full range of human experience in a very personal and practical way.  Its 150 "songs" run from the Creation through the patriarchal, theocratic, monarchical, exilic, and postexilic periods.  The tremendous breadth of subject matter in the Psalms includes diverse topics, such as jubilation, war, peace, worship, judgement, messianic prophecy, praise, and lament.
         The Book of Psalms was gradually collected and originally unnamed, perhaps due to the great variety of material.  It came to be known as Sepher Tehillim -"Book of Praises"- because almost every psalm contains some note of praise to God.  The Septuagint uses the Greek word Psalmoi as it's title for this book, meaning " Poems Sung to the Accompaniment of Musical Instuments".  It  also calls it the Psalterium (" A collection of Songs), and this word is the basis for the term Psalter. The Latin title is Liber Psalmorum, The "Book Of Psalms".

  • 00:33

    Missing Power

    in Self Help

    We lost Paul Gleditsch at a very young age right after our interview earlier this year. I had only talked to Paul a few times but really connected with him.
    I offer a encore recording today as my small tribute to Paul. May Paul, rest in peace.
    Join Paul Gleditsch founder and President of Bring On The Music a non-profit group aiming to put 1,000,000 refurbished and new instuments in the hands of kids all over the world. Get involved and donate any used instruments that are hidden in your closet or basement !

  • 00:33

    Missing Power

    in Self Help

    Join Paul Gleditsch founder and President of Bring On The Music a great non-profit group aiming to put 1,000,000 refurbished and new instuments in the hands of kids all over the world. Get involved and donate any used instruments that are buried in your closet or basement !