Psalm 90 Commentary of the Bible

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    A Song of Realities  ( Psalm 90 )  Sunday Message

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    We have come now to the psalm which introduces the fourth book of Psalms, the ninetieth. You may be interested to learn that this is the oldest, i.e., the earliest, of the psalms. According to the inscription, this was written by Moses, and is one of possibly two psalms which Moses wrote. Some scholars feel that he also wrote Psalm 91, which ties in somewhat with Psalm 90. But there is little question but that Moses is the author of this ninetieth psalm. This is probably the pattern psalm upon which others are based. It corresponds to the book of Numbers in the Pentateuch.

    The Dwelling Place  ( Psalm 90:1-6 )  Daily Devotion

    Lord, you have been our dwelling place throughout all generations. Before the mountains were born or you brought forth the earth and the world, from everlasting to everlasting you are God. (Psalm 90:1-2)

    The Tragic Sense Of Life  ( Psalm 90:7-17 )  Daily Devotion

    You have set our iniquities before you, our secret sins in the light of your presence. (Psalm 90:8)