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Zander Viljoen - 9 Aug 2015

Into the Storm (Psalm 89:1–52)


The psalmist, in Psalm 89, is like a pilot flying in a storm and experiencing spatial disorientation. The psalm begins with clear flying weather, before he hits some major turbulence and then moves into the eye of the storm. But in the midst of the storm, we learn much about God’s covenant faithfulness to His people.

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