Psalms 120-134, commonly called the "Psalms of Ascents," were written to be spoken as the Jews climbed the fourteen steps to the Temple. In reality, they are an allegory of different stages of spiritual growth.
Type: Bible Study
Scripture: Psalm 120 - 134
“Behold, children are a gift of the Lord, the fruit of the womb is a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior, so are the children of one’s youth. How blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them…” Psalm 127:3-5a I am a father of three children. They’re not too old, and they’re not too young. They’re little kids that are full of boundless energy, resilient...
Author: Drew Anderson
Scripture: Psalm 127:3-3
King Solomon penned Psalm 127. He was not the model father. God dubbed made the flamboyant monarch the wisest man on earth. When you read Psalm 127, you’ll notice that it’s a paradox. Solomon blends his sagely gift and his stint as the ultimate dysfunctional father. In a way, Solomon lived every man’s dream … he married seven hundred trophy wives and kept three...
Author: Julie Barrier
Scripture: Psalm 127:1-4