The writer of this psalmist tries to create power and fear coming from only the Lord. He told you that you are with the Lord in your heart, and you do not have to worry about anything. Trust him completely and completely, we have nothing to worry about. The fear in our lives prevents us from completing a lot of things in our life and trying to achieve. God is perfectly in our hearts, we should not have any fear. The power in our life has been open to me, we will not help fearing our enemies, they stand up and try to knock us down.
In addition, Peter did not completely read Matthew 27 and Psalm 22. Please read at once. We can not ignore the fact that Matthew 27 is shaped according to Psalm 22. Indeed, we can even say that it adds parts (like clothes were broken in lots) to confirm that it fits. For your convenience, I have listed some of the main ones: it is more important to prove that it is not only whether the words are the same, and not only whether the "theme" is the same or not. In torture, Jesus is very likely to complain through the words of Psalm 22. It caused the subject of crowd reaction and Matthew's record. There are more discussions to support this (thinking of the last "done" to scream at the last sentence of the verse), but these are enough to be the main point
PSalm 23 vS. Psalm 133 Psalm 23, sometimes called Shepherd Psalm, is probably the most famous Psalm and has been set up as music many times. Most people who remember part of the Bible will remember this Psalm. That theme gives God the role of parents and donors. When Henry urged him to recite the Psalm 23, Willetta chose Psalm No. 133. The material at the next stage of the Resource Guide is only for legal education and research purposes. Previously published information and images are selectively used and the information and images contained therein do not constitute a license for further reuse. All other materials are the property of CenTerStage and can not be duplicated or duplicated further for this educational purpose without the express permission of the author and CenTerStage.