1 Corinthians 15:3-4 For I passed on to you the most important points that I received: The Messiah died for our sins according to the Scriptures, he was buried, he was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures—and is still alive!— (International Standard Version)

1 Corinthians 15:3-4 Porque yo les entregué en primer lugar lo mismo que recibí: que Cristo (el Mesías) murió por nuestros pecados, conforme a las Escrituras;  que fue sepultado y que resucitó al tercer día, conforme a las Escrituras;   (Spanish Nueva Biblia Latinoamericana de Hoy)

My Prayer

Dear pilgrim, traveler, fellow sojourner,

I give thanks and praise to God that you are here! Being here means the LORD has something in store for you, amen. I pray and trust it is something wonderful.

To Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus the Christ, who was and is and is to come for the glory of God the Father and by the Grace of His Holy Spirit may this site be a testimony of His great love: that He died for our sins, was buried for three days, and rose from the dead that we might be born to everlasting life through Him, with Him, and in Him; our Blessed Hope and Coming King, our Lord, amen.

1 Timothy 2:5 For there is one God, and one mediator also between God and men, the man Christ Jesus, 

(New American Standard Bible)

1 Timothy 2:5 Në fakt një është Perëndia, dhe një i vetëm është ndërmjetësi midis Perëndisë dhe njerëzve: Krishti Jezus njeri, 

(Albanian Bible)

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What is a psalmwriter?

The Hebrew King David is probably the most well-known of psalmwriters with the majority of the psalms, seventy-three, being attributed to his hand in Israel’s Hymnal, what is now the combined 5 books that make up what is commonly called the Old Testament book of Psalms. His son, Solomon, is known to have authored one thousand and five psalms (1 Kings 4:32) and yet only two are regarded as being penned by him in the book of Psalms. There are actually examples of psalms and psalmwriters throughout the entire Bible and not just in the book of Psalms: Exodus 15:1, Numbers 21:17, Deuteronomy 31:19-22, Judges 5:1, 2 Samuel 1:17, 1 Chronicles 6:32, Isaiah 42:10, Ezekiel 27:2, Matthew 11:17, Galatians 4:27, and Revelation 15:13 to name only a few. 

A psalmwriter is one that composes music, words, or both to be offered in personal or corporate worship. The difference between a songwriter and a psalmwriter is simple; one does it for his own personal joy and the other does it for the joy of The Lord. I was a songwriter for twenty years. And by a work of grace I'll be writing psalms for the glory of God until He calls me home, amen.

The definition of psalmwriter was submitted and accepted to urbandictionary.com in 2013. Prior to this submission the only other online presence the term psalmwriter had was a book written by author Michael Sandusky.

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Sing to Him a new song. Play well with strong emotion. 

Psalms 33:3 (Transliterated Hebrew Tehillim)