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Arrows In The Hand - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... in the 101 verses contained in a remarkable group of fifteen psalms called “The songs of degrees” (Psalms 120–134). The central verse in the central psalm of this group is the preceding verse: “Lo, children are an heritage...
The House Of The Lord - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... The theme of the house of God is prominent in the book of Psalms. The phrase, “the house of the LORD,” occurs seven times plus once each for “the LORD’S house” and “the house of the LORD our God.” There...
God's Dwelling Place - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... secret tabernacle. HMM III Adapted from Treasures in the Psalms, Henry M. Morris III,...
Psalms 27:4
... thing have I desired of the LORD, that will I seek after; that I may dwell in the house of the LORD all the days of my life, to behold the beauty of the LORD, and to inquire in his...
When The Earth Trembled - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - helping to confirm that this, indeed, is one of the Messianic psalms. But they seem to go beyond even this, for the physical convulsions experienced around the cross were only a foretaste of those that will soon occur when “He ariseth to...
Psalms 27:4: enquire in his temple - Study Note
... enquire in his temple. This is not the usual word for “inquire.” The connotation here seems to mean “do research” or “make thorough inquiry,” the purpose being to learn more and more about God and His...
Psalms 88:14: hidest thou thy face - Study Note
... hidest thou thy face. The clue to the unrelenting tone of despair of the psalm is that it is probably a Messianic psalm, depicting the anguish of heart and soul of the Messiah when His Father had apparently forsaken Him on the cross (Matthew...
Psalms 9:10: hast not forsaken - Study Note
... hast not forsaken. God has promised never to forsake those who “put their trust” in Him (Hebrews 13:5). Yet He did forsake the only one who was perfectly righteous and had perfect trust in the heavenly Father (Matthew 27:46)! But...
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 142:4: no man cared - Study Note
... no man cared. Under the circumstances, David’s cry of anxiety is understandable. This is one of David’s most familiar verses, and has often been appropriated by missionaries on behalf of the unreached souls in the difficult regions...
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