Sunday, June 11, 2017



21 A Psalm of David
God’s blessing of the king.
It is somewhat ironical if not preordained, that today’s psalm not pre-planned has to do with “God’s blessing of the King, seeing that earlier we wrote on Social Media concerning police intervention with the right of worship as it relates to the Christian religion as opposed to allowing complete freedom to all other religions, fake and otherwise. Readers were reminded that the Stuart kings of England adopted the attitude that they ruled by divine right, and the Monarch takes the title of Defender of the Faith, that is to say the Christian faith; and if there were no Divinity there could be no Divine Right. Be that as it may David in Psalm 21 says, “The king shall joy in thy strength O Lord, and in thy salvation, how greatly shall he rejoice!  Thou hast given him his heart’s desire and has not withholden the request of his lips. For thou preventeth him with thy blessings of goodness thou setteth a crown of pure gold on his head. He asked life of thee and thou gaveth it him even length of days forever and ever. [ To be continued]

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