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Blessed are All Who Fear the Lord (Psalm 128)

Psalm 128 is a song of ascents, part of a collection of psalms sung by Jewish pilgrims on their way to Jerusalem. It is a concise poem, rich in blessings and promises for those who fear Yahweh and walk in his ways. The theological message of the psalm emphasizes the importance of piety and the fear...

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Unless the Lord builds the house (Psalm 127)

Psalm 127:1-5, attributed to Solomon, emphasizes the importance of divine providence and blessing in all human endeavors. The stress of the passege is clearly that without the Lord's involvement and blessing, human efforts are ultimately futile. The psalm begins in verse 1 with the assertion...

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When the Lord Restored the Fortunes of Zion, We Were Like Those Who Dreamed (Psalm 126)

Psalm 126 is a powerful passage that belongs to the collection of Psalms known as the "Songs of Ascents," traditionally sung by pilgrims on their way to Jerusalem for religious festivals. This specific psalm reflects a communal memory of past deliverance and a prayer for future restoration,...

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Heptads

The term heptad comes from the Greek word for "seven" and is used to refer to groups or series of seven in various contexts. In the context of the Biblical book of Revelation, heptads refer to several sets of seven that are significant in the symbolism and structure of the text. These...

Social memory

In biblical studies, the term "social memory" refers to the collective process by which communities remember, interpret, and transmit their experiences, beliefs, and narratives related to their religious, cultural, and historical identity. This concept is particularly relevant in examining how...

Marriage

Marriage is an important institution in the Bible, and several key passages address it. Marriage, as a sacred covenant, reflects the unbreakable bond between God and His people, emphasizing the importance of lifelong commitment and faithfulness. It serves as a means for procreation, companionship,...