Today’s church sermon was presented by a professional lawyer who gave up his profession after 16 years in secular service to become a full time church preacher. He is still studying for his theology to be a qualified preacher. In his preaching in today’s Sunday service, he mentioned about Psalms 90 which was the only Psalms written by Moses, while the rest are authored by King David. This is something new to me and I thought of highlighting it here. Moses also wrote the first 5 books in the Old Testament starting from Genesis. One of the highlights was Methuselah, the oldest man mentioned in the Bible. He lived to be 969 years of age (Gen. 5: 21-27). In view of the precision of the language and the chronology of events, it is apparent 969 is to be understood as a literal number.