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Psalms 23:4
... though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort...
Psalms 123:4
... soul is exceedingly filled with the scorning of those that are at ease, and with the contempt of the...
Psalms 23:4: shadow of death - Study Note
... in the book of Job (first in Job 3:5), four times in the Psalms, and four times in the prophetical books. The last occurrence is in Amos 5:8: “[He] turneth the shadow of death into the...
Psalms 31:5: commit my spirit - Study Note
... commit my spirit. These words were quoted by Christ on the cross (Luke 23:46), and also by Stephen as he was being stoned (Acts...
Psalms 23:4: comfort me - Study Note
... comfort me. The application of the rod and the staff to the wandering sheep brings “comfort” in the sense of “causing repentance.” The same word is translated both ways. Note Hebrews...
Psalms 123:1: Unto thee - Study Note
... Unto thee. After a believer calls on the Lord for salvation, and unites with a local assembly of believers, he must continue to call on the Lord daily, especially as he encounters “the contempt of the proud” (Psalm...
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...
Psalms 23:1: my shepherd - Study Note
... my shepherd. The shepherd of this best-loved psalm is, of course, the Lord Jesus Christ (John 10:11-16, 27-30). In addition to the incomparable message of the psalm (there is no greater chapter in the Bible on the believer’s security),...
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