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Psalm 25

June 16, 2024

Summer in the Psalms II
Summer in the Psalms II
Psalm 25
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In Psalm 25, the psalmist uses a Hebrew alphabetic acrostic to begin each verse and tell the reader that Yahweh, the God of Israel, hears the prayers of his people from A to Z. There is nothing in life that cannot be brought to this God. Including, as the Psalmist assures, the hardest of seasons and circumstances: Let me not be put to shame, for I have put my trust in you! he cries twice in the Psalm. He is inviting all of us to trust in God and make our cry to him in our darkest and desperate days.