Category: The Deep Fetch

The Deep Fetch

Psalm II

Right now, this very hour: ¶ "The Kings of the earth are standing up, and with the rulers of the nations are gathering themselves together against the Lord and against His Christ." (Psalms 2:2 wcv) …for one last onslaught, to annihilate, and remove from the face of the earth the…

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Psalm III

1 <<A Psalm of David, when he fled from Absalom his son>>   "For how they have increased that trouble me, how they've grown from scores to hoards that rise up against me. 2 Unencumbered and beyond number are they who say of this man's soul, 'There is no help for…

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Psalm VI

<<To the Master Musician of Stringed Instruments with a solo to be performed on the Eight Stringed Lyre, A Psalm of David.>> 1 O Lord, please, do not rebuke me in Your anger, neither chasten me in the heat of Your hot displeasure. 2 Have mercy on me, O LORD,…

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Psalm VII

¶ In these Last Days, there are innumerable things that would drive us out from abiding in our God-given inheritance. An inheritance that Almighty God in his Divine Providence has laid out for each one of us in this age and, if we remain faithful to the call, an even…

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Psalm VIII

¶ The knitting together of a body, soul, and spirit in the womb of a woman, is such a masterpiece of God's grand design that it cannot be deemed as anything but a miraculous wonder; God-made, Godlike, and God-sent!  Even in all of the fragility, innocence, dependence, and vulnerability of…

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Psalm IX

1 ¶ <<To the chief Musician upon Muth-labben, A Psalm of David.>>  I will praise You, O LORD, with my whole heart; I will number out and reckon up every one of the miraculous wonders and divine interventions You have performed on my behalf. 2 I will rejoice and triumph…

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Psalm X

¶ There are no words to convey the desolate futility of this grey and Godless day, seemingly stilled of all life, vacant of victory, and void of hope, short of breath, and heavy with failure, all the while bearing the weight of impending trouble as though the sky was made…

Will Callery