Episode 30: Psalm Thoughts

By Zippy the Wonder Snail | Posted at 12:21 PM

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The Boys are back with a special episode focused entirely on Psalms 115-118 as they combine their efforts in a Psalms reading devotional series this year with Zippy to create the first ever “Zippy mashup” and first video podcast. Join them as they look at four particularly encouraging and joyful Psalms.

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Show Notes

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Psalms 115-118

The Zippy Crew discusses four Psalms of praise together, looking at the encouragement we find in God’s Word. Each Psalm is an individually marked chapter in the podcast. You can read the Psalms they discuss here:

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Concluding Thoughts and Marvel-ing

Tim and Jason wrap up this mashup episode with some musings on combining their two projects — “Songs for Our Temple” and Zippy — and even a bit of superhero banter. Which one of the Zippy crew would enjoy being a super villain?

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Zippy the Wonder Snail is a podcast zipping through the news and culture that impacts you, co-hosted by Timothy R. Butler and Jason Kettinger.

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