Ps90 22b and c are not in Youtube. Vids were originally recorded 01/10/11. For this Episode 22b and c, we'll digress into how the New Testament uses meter in the same style as Psalm 90, and even 'tags' it as a kind of cross-reference device. For when Scripture was written, people memorized it by means of syllable counts. Therefore, they would also INDEX or CROSS-REFERENCE Scripture by means of syllable counts. Hence metered passages were the best known, most quoted/referenced, and came to be identifiable by the meter number alone. Text in the passage would be wryly played on; sometimes the same keywords were used. In all events, the hearer was to recognize the meter number and go 'aha!' when hearing the new Bible material.
Paul depends on that facility, in Ephesians 1:3-14, using 'what if the Rapture happens' at a particular syllable=year AD; for Paul develops his own Anno Domini based on some version of the Roman AUC (there were three primary systems in use when Paul wrote, I'm still not sure whether he's using Claudius'-mandated Varro, or some other version). So when he tags, respectively, well-known syllable counts in Psalm 90 and Isaiah 53, Daniel 9, and especially the Magnificat (which is also metered), you know better how to READ Ephesians 1:3-14. If you read it in translation, it puts you to sleep and seems to say a lot of nothing. Just the opposite: Paul is charting out CHURCH FUTURE, year by year, and ROME FUTURE, also year by year to Odovacer. I've been doing detailled videos on this in my GGS 10-11 playlist in Youtube, starting here: youtube.com/watch?v=0kCi5z0qvHA&list=PL5D3F5A2E85CE65CC&index=6 . The Roman/Church Future history tracing begins in Episode 11a of that same playlist, and it's finished up to Constantine.
Peter tags Paul in tandem, in 1Peter 1:1-12 (something I only learned in 2013). Therefore you read both Paul and Peter antiphonally (Peter creates a marching song), with each of them covering the same periods, the text serving as a satire, just as it does in Isaiah and Daniel. The Peter playlist will also go up to Constantine, and maybe beyond (I'm not done analyzing 1Pet1:10-12). Peter's 'tagging' of Paul is literally syllable by syllable, so if you want to see a LOT of this tagging style, first go through the GGS videos above, then start with the Petrine playlist at youtube.com/watch?v=z7MjSIw8yoE&list=PL1bv_xPIih3dGqw7tJEfz7LUh_mnSDc6q&index=3 . Eventually, all those videos will be in Vimeo. So think of this 22bPs90 as a preview of coming distractions. :)
NB: no one in Christendom knows of this rhetorical style, so be skeptical and vet the material yourself. It's all original research, you don't have to credit me, because after all I'm only reading Bible aloud, and IT is the authority, not me. So ask God about whether you should even spend time on this, and whether what you're hearing, is correct; and, how to vet it yourself. At that point, YOU own it, too.
File Name: 22bPS90.avi, 11/03/13 in Psalm90 folder. I mistakenly copied over the 1/10/11 original, but there were no file differences.