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By the Rivers of Babylon

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21

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Christian Living; Discipleship

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Joanne Lee

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The Israelites' experiences of suffering and anguish seem to be in the distant past. But Psalm 137 transports us to that harsh reality in which we are enveloped with human emotions.

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Psalm 137 is a deeply intense psalm charged with human emotions. It reveals experiences of suffering and anguish, and tells of tremendous faith in the midst of religious uncertainty. Initially, the reader can feel the author's deep sense of loss and immense sadness as he describes his exile days along the rivers of Babylon, mourning for the days of the past. As the passage continues, his anger and indignation at the cruelty inflicted on his people becomes apparent. To get a better understanding of the reading, we can study the historical and religious settings of the time.

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By the Rivers of Babylon

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MA

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1567, 4950, 1596, 1590, 1593, 328, 509, 507, 329, 351, 499, 330, 506, 492

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