Jean’s Gospel: Psalm 145: Praise to God, the King! – Part 2

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6 Responses

  1. Jeffrey W Pautz says:

    Jean, you got me thinking:

    [The word in verse 9, which the ESV translates “mercy,” comes from the Hebrew word for “womb.” God’s compassion for fallen mankind is analogous to (but surpasses) the compassion of a mother for her baby in the womb.]

    The ESV translation for “mercy” in verse 8 comes from a different Hebrew word than its translation for “mercy” in verse 9 (hesed vs. ramach). What a tender distinction.

    Keep up the good research and look forward to your next post.

  2. JoelG says:

    “The inclusivity of the “all” in the proclamation of the Lord’s universal goodness and mercy is remarkable.”


  3. Jean says:


    If there’s room for MLD (uh, I mean me 🙂 ), then there’s room for just about anyone.

    I’m very grateful that the Lord has led me to a tradition in which I do not have to pretend I’m somebody else.

    Peace brother!

  4. JoelG says:

    I hear you Jean. I may have to get my butt back in an LCMS pew for that reason alone. Even if I have to go by myself. Thank you brother.

  5. dusty says:

    Thanks Jean for another good teaching

  6. JD says:

    Good to all, He sends rain on the just and the unjust.

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