Bible Text: Psalms 118 | Preacher: Pastor Daniel Roels | John Calvin, a theologian of the 1500s Church Reformation, considered the Psalms to contain a kind of “anatomy of the soul.” We do often read the Psalms this way, applying them to our daily lives and human situations. Yet Psalm 118, which contains a number of famous verses, including “this is the day the Lord has made,” isn’t exactly about us, nor our day. It’s about Another, and about a particular day. Or is it? Which is the day has the Lord made? When does rejoicing come from?