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Hallelujah - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... occurs exactly 22 times in the book of Psalms, also known as the book of the Praises of Israel, for there are exactly 22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet, the language which God used to reveal His eternal word (Psalm 119:89) to...
Psalms 104:35
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... the sinners be consumed out of the earth, and let the wicked be no more. Bless thou the LORD, O my soul. Praise ye the...
Psalms 104:35: Bless thou the LORD - Study Note
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... O my soul,” occurs only at the beginning and end of Psalms 103 and 104, indicating both a continuity of authorship and of...
Psalms 104:35: wicked be no more - Study Note
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... wicked be no more. In this concluding verse the psalm looks forward to the consummation and the renewed earth (II Peter...
Psalms 104:32: it trembleth - Study Note
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... it trembleth. Earthquakes and volcanoes, non-existent in the pre-Flood world, repeatedly remind us in this present world of the great upheavals that took place at the time of the Flood. The Flood left many on-going effects in the form of...
Psalms 104:35: Praise ye the LORD - Study Note
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... This is the first of twenty-two occurrences in the book of Psalms (the “Hallal” book of Israel). This number, appropriately, is the number of letters in the Hebrew alphabet, the alphabet in which God first revealed His Word in human...
Psalms 106:47: O LORD our God - Study Note
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... 16:8-36. This further confirms the indications that Psalms 103–106 were all written by David as an integrated series. See notes on Psalms 104:35 and...
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