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psalmist

the composer of a psalm or psalms, esp (when capital and preceded by the) David, traditionally regarded as the author of The Book of Psalms
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The Psalmist is overcome by the sheer multiplicity and variety of nature's sights and sounds: How manifold are your works O Lord
Many Netizens said on their Twitter accounts that they were distracted by the "good looks" of the psalmist who sang "Forever, I will sing of the goodness of the Lord," while others said that they should keep their focus on the mass and the Pope instead of the psalmist.
Each thematic chapter is provides the reader with guidance into the art of capturing their thoughts similar to the Psalmist in journal form.
The psalmist says: "The eyes of the Lord are on the righteous, and his ears are open to their cry" (Psalm 34:15).
Even in the "valley of darkness" of which the Psalmist speaks (Ps 23:4), while the tempter prompts us to despair or to place a vain hope in the work of our own hands, God is there to guard us and sustain us.
Are you and I, along with the psalmist, responsible for proclaiming the year of the Lord's favor?
The Psalmist wrote about how Christ will judge the poor, save the needy and break the oppressor.
The stories of Jacob and Job, the Psalmist and the Prophets, and most of all, the stories of Jesus and Paul inform our lives.
A newspaper reported: "One of the grandest similes used by the Psalmist to set forth the might and majesty of God is that of a rock.
It's in My Heart-Live (Verity); Debra Killings, Surrender (Verity); Marvin Sapp, Diary of a Psalmist (Verity); and Richard Hartley & Soul Resurrection Love Is All We Need (Shanachie).
In Psalm 104, the psalmist names that "someone" and enters into sustained praise of God the Creator.