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  • Wilburn jenkins on Psalms 91
    Psalms 91:9 Because thou hast made the LORD, which is my refuge, even the most High, thy habitation; Explain" Because thou hast made the LORD". LORD is the interpretation of The Tetragramaton YHWH Unpronounceable in Hebrew, meaning; did exist, exists and will exist. KJV interprets YHWH as LORD.all capitolized. So my question is; Who has made the LORD. Help!
  • Judy Kay - in Reply on Psalms 91
    I'm glad you asked this question because I understand how confusing that sentence might sound. I hope I make it clear, and I hope it makes you smile at yourself.

    It doesn't mean that anyone "made" the Lord like you make a cake, but more like you make a friend.

    Does that make sense? Oh, there's that word again.

    Smiles and love!
  • Bendito Palavra - in Reply on Psalms 91:2
    The use of the word "made" in verse 9 does not imply that the LORD was created, but means that the people being blessed here by the psalmist have chosen the LORD as their own. The words "which is my refuge, even the most High," describe the LORD, so the phrase could be simplified to "Because thou hast made the LORD thy habitation;" .

    In Jesus Christ we have obtained such a dwelling place by putting our trust in him according to who he is, his sacrificial death on the cross for our sins , his burial and his rising from the dead.

    Satan misapplied some of this psalm during the temptation of Jesus in the wilderness, but Jesus overcame him by the truth of the Word.
  • Wilburn jenkins - in Reply on Psalms 91:2
    Thank you Bendito, Yes I now Agree. After my original post I studied the verse further and came to the same understanding that you have. In a later posting I explained that I now had a clear understanding. May the LORD bless you and keep you and give you peace.Will
  • Linda Jones - in Reply on Psalms 91:2
    Psalms 91 Is it Satan that is speaking
  • Mishael - in Reply on Psalms 91:2
    No. It's not satan. If you will Google " who authored Psalms 91"

    There is an excellent explanation from Christianity today dot com.

    It was thought Moses was the Author and David included it in his assembly of the Records he compiled in a book.

    The Psalm doesn't show the Authors name; as many writings don't.

    Archaeologists found the scrolls of all the Psalms; so they are most certainly authentic.


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