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Psalms Psalms 24-28 Summary

Psalm 24

  • Open the gates, fellas. God's coming to town today.

Psalm 25

  • Life got complicated, and the author feels guilty. But he's still pretty sure that God is good about forgiving those who remain loyal.

Psalm 26

  • It seems like the writer's done some good old fashioned atoning, and is now reapplying for membership in God's congregation.

Psalm 27

  • All an Israelite wants is to win his battles and see the temple in Jerusalem. Is that really so much to ask? Well, it merits a psalm, at the very least.

Psalm 28

  • The writer cried out, and God heard. Open-shut case.

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