“The Psalter is wide awake to the significance of history as leading up to the eschatological act of God. It knows that it deals with a God, who spake and speaks and shall speak, who wrought and works and shall work, who came and is coming and is about to come. To no small extent it is the dignity of Jehovah as Creator and Redeemer from which the eschatological necessity springs. . . . His work must appear unto his servants, his glory unto their children (xc.16).” (Geerhardus Vos, “The Eschatology of the Psalter, The Pauline Eschatology, p. 335).
Wednesday evenings we are looking at how the Bible teaches us to pray. This week Psalm 90 is our focus.
Trinity Presbyterian Church of the OPC