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Psalm 1 and 23
My New Webcam
The following two videos are my first attempts at narrating anything. I recently purchased a webcam and while I was playing around with it the idea of narrating scripture came to mind. It was a lot of fun.
The cam was purchased at Walmart and is a Logitec HD 1080p. While it is not the best cam out there is sufficient for my needs. I have a great deal of family on the west coast. I live in Florida. The webcam allows me visit my family via Skype. I am grateful for the technology.
It took me about an hour and a half, per video, to make. I was surprised to discover that I had the verses memorized by the time I was finished. If you have Widows Movie Maker, some time to kill, a good web cam or some other recording device you have everything you need to creating these simple videos. For me they were a great way to have fun and meditate on scripture.
I hope you enjoy.
Psalms 1 is a profound reminder that God is watching. It teaches us that there are two types of people, the righteous and the wicked and it helps us identify the difference between the two. From this chapter we understand there will be a day of judgment and that the wicked shall parish, while the righteous will stand before God unashamed.
I hope you enjoy my first ever attempt to narrate Psalms 1.
The 23rd Psalm
The 23rd Psalm portrays God's people as sheep. It was written by King David who was a shepherd before he was the King of all Israel. It is rich with imagery that communicates God's love for us the people of his pasture. It assures us that he is attentive to our needs and cares for our health and happiness. We who are in Christ, may follow with confidence; for He is a good Shepherd
I hope you enjoy my little presentation of the 23rd Psalms.
Other hubs by Abrushing1968
- The Last Rebellion.
A young man, accustomed to going where he will, came upon a wall that stretched across his path. In front of the wall stood an abandoned guardhouse and a sign post that read “You Shall Go No Further.”
- Peace and Contentment. A Look At Adversity
I knew a 91 year old black man who had terrible scars down his back from a series whipping he had received in his youth. He had spent some time on a slave farm back in twenties and thirties.
- 1 Corinthians 13: The Brothers Three
Four men are walking along a dangerous path. Three are brothers and the fourth is their Master. They have far to go and the terrain they travel is fraught with dangers. They must be vigilant for wild beasts, bandits, and extreme weather conditions...