Breath on me, breath of God, fill me with life anew, that I may love as thou dost love and do as thou wouldst do. (PH #316 Breathe on Me, Breath of God)
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Psalm 104 is a poem about God’s sovereignty over all of creation. Wind and fire, tall trees and mountains, grass and cattle, fierce lions and their prey, sun and moon, and wine for the gladdening of hearts are all works of God. Even the Leviathan, the chaos monster, is cast as God’s favorite oceanic pet playing in the deep waters of the sea. God delights in and cares for each created being. Each of us, from the tiniest organism to the biggest sea monster depends on God for life and breath.
God’s ruach (breath, wind, spirit) provides us…
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