Every Morning (Psalm 5)

Every Morning (Psalm 5)

“Give ear to my words, O Lord; consider my groaning. Give attention to the sound of my cry,  my King and my God, for to you do I pray.” Charles Spurgeon wrote about Psalm 5, ” There are two sorts of prayers–those expressed in words, and the unuttered longings which abide as silent meditations.” Pslam 5 gives utterance (of a sort) to David’s unuttered longings. Now how did My Soul Among Lions set it to music? Our podcast considers all that, plus the benefits and detriments of the strophic form.

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About The Authors


Nathan Alberson is co-founder and creative director of Warhorn Media. He produces and appears on many podcasts—including The Bookening, Sound of Sanity, Sanity at the Movies, Then Comes What, and The Ville. He is married to the incandescent Meredith.


Jake is the CEO of Warhorn Media and the discipleship pastor of Clearnote Church. He also teaches at Clearnote Pastors College.


Philip Moyer serves as pastor at Trinity Reformed Church in Bloomington, Indiana, where he leads worship, the choir ministry, and senior high youth group. He is also a member/songwriter of My Soul Among Lions.

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