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Fearfully, The Meaning and Relevance of Psalm 139 and What It Means to Be Fearfully and Wonderful Made, Servants of Grace, Servants of Grace
The Meaning and Relevance of Psalm 139 and What It Means to Be Fearfully and Wonderful Made

Posted On September 26, 2019

On today’s episode, a listener writes in today and asks, “What Does Psalm 139 Mean by “Fearfully and Wonderfully Made?”

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • Psalm 139 it’s context and meaning.
  • How God intimately knows us.
  • All humanity belongs to its Creator, God.
  • Why all humanity is fearfully and wonderfully made but needs redemption from sin through Christ.
  • How to speak to others, who are fearfully and wonderfully made about Christ.

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