Highways in Their Hearts (Part 2)
The Psalms of Ascent, Psalms 120-134, are classics in devotional literature. Sung by pilgrims on their ascent toward Jerusalem for the great Feast Days of the Lord, these jewels of the Psalter can be viewed as archetypes of moving up into the presence and power of God. Part one introduces our journey and examines Psalms 120-125. Part two concludes with an inspiring look at Psalms 126-134. Highways in Their Hearts will make a new way for you to draw near to the Lord. By both part one and two together and save. Click here.
Six downloadable teachings in this series:
- "Restore Our Fortunes, O Lord"
- "Unless the Lord Builds the House"
- "Out of the Depths, I Cry to You"
- "My Heart is not Proud, O Lord"
- "O Lord, Remember David"
- "Come Bless the Lord"
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