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To The Cross I Turn My Eyes - Article
John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... of crucifixion, which had been prophesied in great detail in Psalms 22. In all likelihood, many had been executed at Calvary, some no doubt undeserving, but none like this! For the One to whom we turn our eyes is none other than the Lamb of God....
Psalms 23:3
... restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's...
Hosanna - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... 118:25,26), they cried. This psalm is one of the Messianic psalms, and the plea, “Save now, I beseech thee, O LORD,” is essentially the meaning of “Hosanna.” The crowds were acknowledging Jesus as the promised Messiah,...
Psalms 123:3
... mercy upon us, O LORD, have mercy upon us: for we are exceedingly filled with...
Psalms 69:25: habitation be desolate - Study Note
... habitation be desolate. A prophecy repeated and enlarged by Christ (Matthew 23:38), precursively fulfilled in Judas (Acts 1:20), and fully implemented in the destruction of Jerusalem and the worldwide dispersion of those who had Him...
Psalms 22:18: cast lots upon my vesture - Study Note
... cast lots upon my vesture. The unusual action of gambling for His vesture is prophesied here and is one of the very few events recorded in all four gospels (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John...
Psalms 23:3: leadeth me - Study Note
... leadeth me. The Hebrew words for “leadeth” in Psalm 23:2-3 are different. The connotation of the first is “guideth me,” of the second “constraineth...
Psalms 118:26: name of the LORD - Study Note
... name of the LORD. This blessing was voiced by the people when Christ entered Jerusalem (Matthew 21:9) When the leaders rebuked these praises of the people (Luke 19:37-39), Jesus said to the Jews as a nation: “Behold, your house is left...
Psalms 23:3: my soul - Study Note
... my soul. There are seventeen occurrences of the first person pronoun (I, me, etc.) in these six verses, all bespeaking the absolute confidence of the “sheep” in his “good shepherd.” Similarly, the word...
Psalms 22:1: why hast thou forsaken me - Study Note
... why hast thou forsaken me. Psalm 22 is an amazing prophetic description of the future crucifixion of God’s Son. This psalm was written a thousand years before its fulfillment and described in graphic detail the sufferings of Christ on the...
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