Moses’ Intercessory Prayer (Psalm 90)

The prayer of Moses presented in Psalm 90 is a prayer of intercession. This was also the case with Nehemiah’s prayer. These two prayers begin with a contemplation of God’s greatness, dwell on our condition as human beings before this magnificent and merciful God, and only then come to formulate one or more specific requests.

This article is currently available in its original French version, under the title, Prière d’intercession de Moïse (Psaume 90). But you may get a gist of its meaning using online tools such as Google Translate or Microsoft Bing.

Author: Daniel Garneau

Daniel Garneau, B Th, B Com, MA, is the founder of the site Savoir et croire .ca. His primary objectives are: encouraging Christians who lost hope in their capacity of living for Christ; fostering a better understanding of what Christianity is about; contributing to the dispelling of prejudices against those who openly identify themselves to Jesus Christ in their daily lives and who dare talk about it; helping to increase the mutual acceptance between various Christian traditions who continue to hold faithfully to the Word of God.