The Psalms, Tr. and Interpreted in the Light of Hebrew Life and Worship

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INDEX TO THE PSALMS
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1 Life's Two Ways 432
2 The Challenge of World Dominion 90
3 A Night in the Sanctuary of God 347
4 The Wonderful Kindness of God 349
5 Awaiting a Morning Revelation 350
6 The Lord Has Heard the Sound of My Weeping 392
7 Vindication by the Searcher of Hearts 316
8 The Symphony of the Heavens 131
9-10 Arise; Forget Not the Oppressed 218
11 Should Such a Man as I Flee? 318
12 Now Will I Arise 223
13 Singing Forth the Certainty of Deliverance 361
14 (See Psalm 53) 118
15 Who Can Dwell in God's Holy Hill? 186
16 The Practice of the Presence of God 405
17 Awakening to the Vindication of God 352
18 He Drew Me Out of Great Waters 259
19A The Anthem of the Heavens 134
19B Life Under the Law 174
20 God Save the King! 264
21 Arise and Claim the Protection of God 93
22 Souls Not Yet Alive Shall Praise Him 362
23 The Lord Is My Shepherd and My Host 283
24 The Entrance of the King of Glory 188
25 The Hunger for Intimacy with God 319
26 The Love of God's House and Its Rituals 322
27A Beholding God's Beauty in the Morning 353
27B Wait for the Lord; Be Strong 324
28 Helped and Rejuvenated by God 366
29 The Hymn of the Seven Thunders 136
30 From Lamenting Wail to Dancing Delight 286
31A Thou Hut Set Me at Liberty 325
31B My Times Are in Thy Hand 367
32 The Glad Consciousness of God's Forgiveness 288
33 Waiting in Confidence for the Renewal of Creation 84
34 Taste and See That the Lord Is Good 291
35 Say to My Soul, "I Am Thy Salvation 370
36 Old Testament Mysticism at Its Best 224
37 The Counsel of an Elderly Sage to Youth 412
38 Let Not My Sighing Be Hidden from Thee 373
39 Turn Away Thy Gaze from Me 393
40A I Have Come to Do Thy Will, O God 294
40B (See Psalm 70 with vs. 12 prefixed) 338

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