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He Hath Made Us - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - sheep of His pasture” (Psalm 100:3). The Book of Psalms has long been called “The Book of the Praises of Israel,” and it is indeed filled with many wonderful testimonies of praise. Very few of the 150 psalms, however, are...
Psalms 100:3
... ye that the LORD he is God: it is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are his people, and the sheep of his...
Psalms 100:4: bless his name - Study Note
... and 100:1; as well as Psalm 95:7 with Psalm 100:3. The six psalms 95–100 comprise a unit with the common theme of the coming universal reign of the Creator. Note further the sequential assertions that God made the sea and the dry lands...
Psalms 100:3: not we ourselves - Study Note
... not we ourselves. The sense of this command is: “Learn without question that Jehovah is the Creator God.” Contrary to evolutionary theory, which views man as the pinnacle of the evolutionary process and as having perfected his own...
Psalms 100:3: sheep of His pasture - Study Note
... sheep of His pasture. The Lord is our Good Shepherd (John 10:11). Note also Psalm 95:7, as well as Psalm 23:1, Isaiah 40:11;...
A Hart for God - Article
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - ... a freshwater stream. Observation 2: Because Psalms is, literarily speaking, an example of Hebrew poetry, its textual content is structured by parallelism in meaning.2 Therefore, understanding verse one requires comparing its...
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