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"The Wisdom Of Years" on Discover the Word

Wisdom from previous generations provides a compass for us to navigate through life. The experiences of the ones who lived before us equip us to live better every day. Psalm 71 is a song or prayer from someone who has gained a lifetime of experience that must be shared. The author desires to pass along wisdom to the next generation that they might also know and experience the goodness and faithfulness of God. Join us as we explore the insights found in this inspirational and rich psalm and find encouragement to share your faith with those younger than you.

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