From: Jim Beale (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Sep 23 1997 - 16:34:36 EDT
On Sep 23, 4:07pm, James H. Vellenga wrote:
> I look at the "Locative" and "Manner" translations and wonder
> whether there's really that much difference in this case.
> I.e., if we talk about "singing and psalming in your hearts",
> does that really operationally amount to anything other than
> "singing and psalming _with_ your hearts." Or in other words,
> if I tried to follow either one or the other of these instructions,
> how would I do things differently?
I suppose that one difference would be that to sing with
your heart could mean singing audibly with gusto, whereas
singing in your heart could mean singing silently, just to
yourself and God.
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