Psalm 133 & 134

Psalm 133 & 134

Psalm 133 & 134. Short and sweet chapters of Psalm.

Psalm 133

How wonderful and pleasant it is
    when brothers live together in harmony!
For harmony is as precious as the anointing oil
    that was poured over Aaron’s head,
    that ran down his beard
    and onto the border of his robe.
Harmony is as refreshing as the dew from Mount Hermon
    that falls on the mountains of Zion.
And there the Lord has pronounced his blessing,
    even life everlasting.

Psalm 134

Oh, praise the Lord, all you servants of the Lord,
    you who serve at night in the house of the Lord.
Lift your hands toward the sanctuary,
    and praise the Lord.

May the Lord, who made heaven and earth,
    bless you from Jerusalem.


I hope you enjoyed Psalm 133 & 134.  God will show His face to you.  Just keep your eyes up to the hills.  He is waiting and willing to comfort you, love you, and answer your prayers.

This can be hard.  The thought of “living in harmony” with your brother (which to me means anyone).  Flesh steps in, the enemy presses on the free-will thoughts in my brain.  Capturing those thoughts is the key.  When I can’t, I need to be quick to ask forgiveness.

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