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Psalms 138:2
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... will worship toward thy holy temple, and praise thy name for thy lovingkindness and for thy truth: for thou hast magnified thy word above all thy...
Mercy and Truth - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... and "truth" (Hebrew emeth) occur more often in the psalms than in any other book. In fact, "mercy" occurs more in the psalms than in all the rest of the Old Testament put together. Though at first these two concepts seem opposed to each...
Psalms 138:2: lovingkindness and for thy truth - Study Note
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... lovingkindness and for thy truth. “Lovingkindness” is the same Hebrew word for “mercy.” These two words are often found together when speaking of the Lord (Psalm 25:10; 40:11; 85:10; 115:1;...
Psalms 138:2: magnified thy word - Study Note
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... magnified thy word. It is impossible to place the inspired, inerrant Word of God on too high a pedestal, for God Himself honors it above His name! The Word is not greater than God, for He wrote it by His Spirit, but it is greater than His...
Psalms 25:10: mercy and truth - Study Note
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... mercy and truth. God’s mercy must always be in harmony with His truth, for both will endure forever (note Psalm 100:5). Mercy and truth are also mentioned together in Psalm 40:11; 57:3; 61:7; 85:10 (in which “mercy and truth are...
Psalms 19:8: statutes of the LORD - Study Note
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... statutes of the LORD. While the physical world gives mighty testimony to the existence of God, and His power in creation, only the written Word can give testimony to the power of God in salvation. Note that the Scriptures are...
Adam in the City - Article
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Henry Morris III, D.Min. - ... these instructions. Jesus used a play on words from the Psalms to “prove” His deity (Matthew 22:42-46, citing Psalm 110:1), and the tense of the simple Hebrew verb “to be” to prove the resurrection (Matthew 22:29-32,...
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