Yes, the rain comes and a bit of snow in the mountains. Just beginning in the Bay Area, and a little bit already where the Camp Fire is. Pray for more, but danger there of getting too much on the burned ground, let it come slowly at first to sink in without a wash off.
Today’s reading opens with the Psalm’s of David being sung in the 1 Chronicles text. Interesting to see them here, wish we still sang them in our churches. Interesting to read Old John Gill’s commentary. Listen to Max read.
1Ch 16:8 Give thanks unto the LORD, call upon his name, make known his deeds among the people.
1Ch 16:9 Sing unto him, sing psalms unto him, talk ye of all his wondrous works.
1Ch 16:10 Glory ye in his holy name: let the heart of them rejoice that seek the LORD.
1Ch 16:11 Seek the LORD and his strength, seek his face continually.
1 Chronicles 16:7-34 Gill
Then on that day,…. The ark was brought to Zion, and the above persons appointed to minister before it:
David delivered first this psalm to thank the Lord into the hand of Asaph and his brethren to be sung by them now, and on every proper occasion; and this seems to be the first that was delivered to them; afterwards there were many more, as the titles of the psalms show; the following is composed of part of two others, as they now stand in the book of Psalms. From hence, to the end of 1Ch 16:22 is the same with Psa 105:1, with a little variation, see the notes there; and from thence to the end of 1Ch 16:33 is Psa 96:1 which see; and 1Ch 16:34 is the same with Psa 106:1, see the notes there. See Gill on Psa 106:1, Psa 107:1, Psa 105:1, Psa 105:2, Psa 105:3, Psa 105:4, Psa 105:5, Psa 105:6, Psa 105:7, Psa 105:8, Psa 105:9, Psa 105:10, Psa 105:11,on Psa 105:12, Psa 105:13, Psa 105:14,on Psa 105:15.