Why are you down cast my soul?

Why are you down cast my soul?

Why are you downcast, O my soul? Why so disturbed within me? Put your hope in God, for I will yet praise him, my Savior and my God.

What does it mean when a deer pants for water?

A deer will not stop and drop its head to drink unless it feels perfectly safe. Not only does water satisfy the thirst of the deer it also provides a way of escape as the deer seeks a stream or source of water that erases the scent trail. …

Why do deers need water?

It’s important to note that the reasons deer need water actually fluctuates throughout the year as well. Water consumption helps control some basic, year-round things for deer such as daily metabolic function, waste excretion, and transporting nutrients and minerals throughout the body.

What does the word Panteth mean?

Filters. Archaic third-person singular simple present indicative form of pant.

What does a deer do when it is thirsty?

Just as the deer is thirsty for water, it goes to the brook to drink. So if you are in need today and thirsty for God, then go to the stream.

Why does the hart pants after the water brooks?

As the hart panteth after the water brooks – The hart is not only fond of feeding near some water for the benefit of drinking, “but when he is hard hunted, and nearly spent, he will take to some river or brook, in which,” says Tuberville, “he will keep as long as his breath will suffer him.

Do deers like water?

“Deer do drink when water is available, but they can get by quite well with minimal drinking … most of the time. It is likely that there is variability among deer in how much water they need and their preference for drinking.”

What causes a deer to pant?

Panting is how some animals cool when overheated. Deer have very few sweat glands, which we use to exchange heat, panting is their mechanism, in place of the cooling more sweat glands offer.

What does a deer mean in the Bible?

In biblical symbology, deer represent piety, devotion, and safety in God’s care. They are a symbol of thirst and longing for the Lord. They signify the ability to leap over obstacles.

How much water does a deer drink?

In the warmer months, deer lose water through their urine, droppings and breathe while panting. When the temperatures rise; their need for water increases. A whitetail needs about two to three quarts of water per day, per 100 pounds of body weight. In hotter climates, it could be more.

What is the story behind the song as the deer?

He admits that the song “As the Deer” he wrote in 1981 sprang from an incident in his life in which he was not spiritually motivated…at least not at its beginning. His song’s words make us think ‘this composer must have really been close to God’, as we sing of panting and longing for Him.

Who recorded as the deer?

The Maranatha! Singers

Who wrote as the deer?

Martin J. Nystrom

What hymns are in public domain?

Public Domain HymnsList of 44

Title 1 – 3 $5 ea 4 up $4 ea
Be Thou My Vision, O Lord Of My Heart Hymn PD Reprint
Blessed Assurance, Jesus Is Mine Hymn PD Reprint
Blest Be The Tie That Binds Hymn PD Reprint
Come Thou Fount Of Every Blessing Hymn PD Reprint