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The Awesome Word - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... have persecuted me without a cause: but my heart standeth in awe of thy word." (Psalm 119:161) This stanza of Psalm 119 is rich in descriptions of the way God's Word envelops the believer in awe and wonder. This initial focus is...
Prayer for the Word - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... cried with my whole heart; hear me, O LORD: I will keep thy statutes. I cried unto thee; save me, and I shall keep thy testimonies." (Psalm 119:145-146) One of the great privileges we have is the ability to speak directly to our...
Psalms 10:2
... wicked in his pride doth persecute the poor: let them be taken in the devices that they have...
Psalms 110:2
... LORD shall send the rod of thy strength out of Zion: rule thou in the midst of thine...
Psalms 51:12: Restore unto me - Study Note
... Psalm 52 (title) Maschil. This is one of the Maschil psalms (see Psalm 32). It was written by David as an indictment of the treacherous act of Doeg, the Edomite (I Samuel 21:7;...
Memorials - Article
Norman P. Spotts, D.D. - ... David understood this as well, quoting Exodus 3:15 in Psalms 135:13 and 102:12. The Exodus: "This day shall be unto you for a memorial" (Exodus 12:14). The physical deliverance of the children of Israel from Egypt...
Sitting At The Right Hand Of God - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... is one of the most significant of the so-called Messianic Psalms, prophesying of Christ a thousand years before He came. Its very first verse should completely settle the question as to whether or not the Old Testament teaches that there is...
Psalms 10:2: wicked in his pride - Study Note
... wicked in his pride. Psalm 10:2-11 describes the wicked (or ungodly) man and his deeds. He is proud (Psalm 10:2), fawning (Psalm 10:3), atheistic in behavior (Psalm 10:4, 11), devious (Psalm 10:5,10-11), stubborn (Psalm 10:6), profane (Psalm...
Psalms 110:5: The Lord - Study Note
... The Lord. Jehovah (Psalm 110:4) is again presented here as speaking to Adonai (Psalm 110:5). Thus, “the Lord” (Adonai) is shown as both King (Psalm 110:2) and Priest (Psalm 110:4) eternally, after putting down all...
Psalms 110:2: rod of thy strength - Study Note
... rod of thy strength. Interestingly, the Hebrew word for “rod” is also frequently translated “tribe,” the connection being that both are branches from a central stock. Thus the “tribe of thy strength” would...
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