Friday: from the archives
Did you ever wonder about Mizar in Ps 42–where it was and what was its significance? (Maybe you didn’t, but have I piqued your curiosity?) Here’s Amy Carmichael’s take on it:
Ps 42.6 The Hill Mizar
Did you ever feel that you had nothing great enough to be called a trouble, and yet you very much needed help? I have been finding much encouragement in the hill Mizar. For Mizar means littleness–the little hill. The land of Jordan was a place where great floods (the swelling of Jordan) might terrify the soul, and the land of the Hermonites was a place of lions and leopards [FYI: these are the places mentioned in this verse]; but Mizar was only a little hill: and yet the word is, I will “remember You from . . . the hill Mizar”, from the little hill.
So just where we are, from…
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