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Psalms Genesis and Exodus are three different portions of the bible that I feel serve two different purposes There are many major differences in the way that Gods relationship with humankind is expressed in Psalms and the way that it is expressed in Genesis and Exodus In my paper I intend to go over the differences that I feel are the most important in understanding what Psalms Genesis and Exodus add to the bibleIn Psalms the relationship between God and humankind is not one where any physical or verbal interaction takes place Interaction of the physical or verbal nature does not take place with God or anything that God creates in Psalms God does not give the humans any rules consequences or commands God does not express any emotions in Psalms the people doOne major aspect of Psalms is humankind boasting about how great and powerful God is This is exemplified all throughout Psalms such as in Psalm 81 where a mortal states Lord our sovereign how glorious is your name throughout the world Your majesty is praised as high as the heavens Gods praise is also brought out in Psalms 91-92 where a mortal says I shall give praise to you Lord with my whole heart I shall recount all of your marvelous deeds I shall rejoice and exult in you the most high In my opinion the Psalm that best portrays God as a great and powerful leader of all humankind is Psalms 271 where the mortal says The Lord is my light and my salvation whom should I fear The Lord is the stronghold of my lifePsalms also has a lot of what I view as mortals speaking of how they take refuge in the Lord and feel safe in his presence This point is also exemplified all throughout Psalms one example coming from Psalms 121 Here the mortal says Save us Lord For no one who is loyal remains good faith
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