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Sermon, August 30, 2020


Psalms 137 and 138


We continue our study of individual psalms, and today we’re going to look at another pair of psalms, psalms 137 and 138. For the last two weeks we looked at a pair of psalms, 42 and 43, and we paired those up because they were so similar, in fact, sometimes they were written down as a single psalm. Well today the two that we will consider are wildly different. They are completely unlike each other in tone, in mood, and the emotional situation of the writers are miles apart.


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