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Published on Dec 27, 2010
Psalm 27 read by Cynthia M. Clarke from the New King James version of the Bible. With the Lord's blessing, this is the 2nd in our series of Psalms readings! Heartfelt thanks to my sister in Christ, Christa Rosier, for the use of her Psalms Paintings. psalmpaintings.com
About the painting: The man in the prayer shawl (tallit) has fled into Gods Temple. He is now in the innermost part of Gods Tabernacle, and is resting. The light of the menorah (candlestick) falls upon him and he is strengthened by the word of God; the Torah scroll. On the scroll is written in Hebrew the first part of Psalm 27. The menorah appears out of the scroll and forms the word Yesha (in Hebrew) which means: 'my salvation'. The name Jesus, or Yeshua, also originates from this word.
Music selection: Seven Hundred Beats by Duncan Beattie. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. Discovered on ccmixter.org.