Attempting to hide from God has been the chief business of the human family ever since Adam and Eve hid themselves in the Garden of Eden! Think of the myriads of ways in which men try to hide from God.
This psalm is both historical and prophetic. It refers to things that happened in Israel; and it is a prophecy concerning the New Testament Church.
The Spirit of Christ was working in the writers of the Psalms, and was sharing in their distresses and joys and was at one with them (compare Is. 63:9; 1 … Continue reading FINDING THE SPIRIT OF CHRIST EVERYWHERE IN THE PSALMS
This Great Commission, as the saints of all ages have consented to call it, constitutes the marching orders of his church for a day and to all eternity. It is a whole galaxy studded with many of the biggest stars in the firmament of Christian doctrine.
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God allowed no such apology for an idol, and men should not allow it today.
“The destruction” (Psalms 35:8) is not a reference to the destruction of his enemies, but to the destruction of their purpose of killing David. Note that it is the destruction with,not of them.
The wicked man does not change his plans but with relentless determination moves toward his carnal goals in which, he seems to prosper in all of them.
Our lives upon earth are only a moment compared to the ceaseless ages of eternity; and our attitude during the very worst of experiences should be the same as that of Job, who cried, “Though he slay me, yet will I trust him” (Job 13:15)
Psalm 37 teaches that the prosperity of the wicked is superficial and temporary, and that those who trust in God may be certain that, finally, they will be the ones who are blessed.
There is an economy in God’s wonders; he never intervenes unless it is absolutely necessary for the achievement of his eternal purpose.
Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that in due time he may exalt you. Cast all your anxieties on him, for he cares about you. 1 Peter … Continue reading 2112 | Rush
Book Overview – Proverbsby Arend Remmers & James Coffman 1. Author and Time of Writing The book of Proverbs bears the inspired title: “Proverbs of Solomon, son of David” (chapter … Continue reading Listen to Proverbs
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The law of his God is in his heart; his steps do not slip. Psalms 37:31 RSV Meant To Tell YouTell You From The StartMeant To Show YouWhat’s Inside This … Continue reading “Slipping” by Geddy Lee & <Psalms 37>
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