“Blessed are those who have regard for the weak; the Lord delivers them in times of trouble.” Creative interpretation of Psalm 41, produced with animated watercolour illustrations.
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In this psalm of lament where David examines those who consider the weak and poor and those who spread malicious rumours. He praises God for his mercy and for hearing his prayer. This video combines Psalm 41 with painting, to help us listen, acknowledge and appreciate perhaps familiar words in a new light.
Watch this video to bring alive the words of Psalm 41, and rediscover David’s heart-cry in a fresh, creative and visually stimulating way. Use this video as a creative alternative to a traditional reading in your service.
St Paul’s & St Stephen’s are Anglican churches in the Reformed & Evangelical tradition. We exist to know, serve & proclaim Jesus in our mining community west of Sydney & beyond.
Mark has known Jesus since childhood & has had the privilege of serving Christ in the city & country, on both sides of the globe (Australia & Ireland). Supported by his wife & 5 children, he’s been the Rector of the Anglican Parish of Lithgow since 2012.
Tiarne came to know Jesus as a teenager, and now attends the Anglican Parish of Lithgow with her husband, Scott, and two children. She enjoys time spent being creative- particularly painting with watercolours and graphic design.
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