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Psalm of the Week: Hear My Cry, O God/Psalm 61
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Psalm of the Week: Hear My Cry, O God/Psalm 61

Journeying the Psalms Podcast #15

This arrangement, set to the wordless tune ‘Caisleán an Óir,’ portrays the urgency and energy with which the psalmist may have written these words. In this Psalm, we find numerous images of the various ways God can provide refuge and shelter for us when we feel we are at the “end of earth.”


You can find lyrics, scores/books, mp3s, CDs for Hear My Cry, O God on the Celtic Psalms webpage (www.celticpsalms.com)

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As you probably now know, the journal is available in paperback format on Amazon!

Here’s the link to the paperback journal (on amazon.com, though it is available globally), and if you would be so kind as to leave a review on the Amazon platform in your region, that will help other readers find it!

For the time being, paid subscribers to Bless My Feet (Kiran’s spirituality newsletter) or Psalms for the Spirit still receive the free journal ebook (180 pages) with further questions for reflection and some invitations to prayer and practice. You will receive a weekly email with a downloadable mp3 of the song and journal pages, and occasional invitations to Zoom check-ins with others sharing this Psalms journey.

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Psalms for the Spirit
Psalms for the Spirit
This podcast looks at the connections between spirituality and resilience through the lens of the Biblical Psalms. It explores how the Psalms help people through difficult times – times of personal and collective trauma – through conversations about personal story, field research, and theological reflection from a variety of backgrounds and perspectives. Listeners might include clergy, seminarians, spiritual directors, hymnwriters, church musicians, mental health practitioners, anyone interested in the intersection between spirituality and lived experience.