God has lavished his grace on us in love

Radio Leeds andHoly Trinity Church, HuddersfieldSunday 14th February 2021 The 'Ruth' window in the north aisle at Holy Trinity, Huddersfield This week I received my Covid vaccination. The invitation came on Tuesday, two weeks to the day after I had received the negative result from my Covid test, I had the jab on Thursday after …

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Let them know that you are the Most High over all the earth. — Psalm 83:18

Psalm 83 — Psalms of Asaph This is the last of Asaph's psalms, and it follows the same format as the previous one. It remembers God's protection in the past and like all prophesy calls for the faithfulness of God's people by at the same time pouring the people's laments and asking the people to …

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Uphold the cause of the poor and the oppressed — Psalm 82:3

Psalm 82 — Psalms of Asaph Jesus quoted verse 6 of this psalm. When accused by the Jewish leaders of blasphemy, calling himself Son of God made him equal with God, they said, Jesus pointed out that in this poem that judges are called gods. Welsh judgesmage from wikimedia commons Asaph had a long career. …

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Will you be angry for ever? — Psalm 79:5

Psalm 79 — Psalms of Asaph This psalm, attributed to Asaph is clearly not by the worship leader from the reigns of Kings David and Solomon, the events are too late. Unlike previous psalms with Asaph's name this does mentioned the Temple and Jerusalem in ruins. The destruction of the Temple when Judah was taking …

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