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Psalm 140 – The Cry and Confidence of a Slandered Soul. This psalm is titled To the Chief Musician. A Psalm of David. The theme is similar to many of David’s other psalms, in which he cried out to God in a time of trouble. This trouble seems to be slander against him, perhaps when he was a fugitive escaping from Saul’s court.Chapter 27. God's care over his people. (1-5) A promise of their recall to Divine favour. (6-13) Verses 1-5 The Lord Jesus with his strong sword, the virtue of his death, and the preaching of his gospel, does and will destroy him that had the power of death, that is, the devil, that old serpent. The world is a fruitless, worthless wilderness; but the church is a vineyard, a place that has ...1. (1) Israel’s apostasy brings them into servitude. Then the children of Israel did evil in the sight of the LORD. So the LORD delivered them into the hand of Midian for seven years, a. Then the children of Israel did evil: The forty years of rest ( Judges 5:31) following the defeat of Sisera eventually came to an end.Psalm 20 – The LORD Saves His Anointed. The title of this psalm is the same as several others: To the Chief Musician. A Psalm of David. Yet the psalm itself is different, notably because it is in the voice of a multitude that prays on behalf of the King of Israel as he is ready to go into battle. This is seen in the way the psalm speaks in ...Psalm 27 - [A Psalm] of David. The LORD [is] my light and my salvation; Whom shall I fear? The LORD [is] the strength of my life; Of whom shall I be afraid?Deliver me not over unto the will — Hebrew, בנפשׁ, benephesh, to the soul, that is, the lust, or desire, as the word here means; of mine enemies — Who watch for my halting, and seek my ruin; such as breathe out cruelty — Against me.ii. Considering the work of the seventy disciples as described in Luke 10 shows ways that we can go forth to serve Jesus and spread His message. · The harvest is great: We do the work knowing how big the job is. · The laborers are few: We do the work knowing that we have a key job.Psalm 91 – A Psalm for a Time of Plague. This psalm has no title, and therefore the author remains unknown. Because it shares some of the themes of Psalm 90, some think Moses was the author. Because it shares some of the themes and phrases of Psalm 27 and Psalm 31, some think the author was David. “Some of its language, of strongholds and ...1. (1-2) Salvation to Israel in the last days. “At the same time,” says the LORD, “I will be the God of all the families of Israel, and they shall be My people.”. Thus says the LORD: “The people who survived the sword. Found grace in the wilderness—. Israel, when I …iii. The “I will” statements of Satan were all proud and self-directed. Every “I will” of the LORD in Isaiah 41 is for the benefit and blessing of His people. Though Satan was lifted up in pride, and proclaimed “I will,” none of them came to pass. But each and every one of God’s “I will” statements will be fulfilled.Psalm 38 – The Sick Sinner’s Only Hope. This psalm is titled A Psalm of David. To bring to remembrance. “Since with God to remember is to act, this word speaks of laying before Him a situation that cries out for His help.” (Derek Kidner) It is a song full of pain and dark with guilt, as David felt the sore effects (seemingly both ...Peter’s rebuke of Jesus was evidence of the leaven mentioned in Mark 8:15. With his mind on the things of men, Peter saw the Messiah only as the embodiment of power and strength, instead of as a suffering servant. Because Peter couldn’t handle a suffering Messiah, he rebuked Jesus. 4.A. Trials and wisdom. 1. (1) A Greeting from James. James, a bondservant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ, To the twelve tribes which are scattered abroad: Greetings. a. James: There are several men named James mentioned in the New Testament, but reliable tradition assigns this book to the one called James the Just, the half-brother of Jesus ...1. (4-5) David calms himself before the LORD. Be angry, and do not sin. Meditate within your heart on your bed, and be still. Selah. And put your trust in the LORD. a. Be angry, and do not sin: With the ungodliness around him, David …Psalm 22 – The Servant of God Forsaken, Rescued, and Triumphant. This is another psalm with a title: To the Chief Musician. Set to “The Deer of the Dawn.”. A Psalm of David. We can say that this is a Psalm sung to the Greatest Musician, to an unknown tune, by the Sweet Psalmist of Israel ( 2 Samuel 23:1 ). The poet first sounds forth his sure confidence in his God, Ps 27:1-3, and his love of communion with him, Ps 27:4-6. He then betakes himself to prayer, Ps 27:7-12, and concludes with an acknowledgment of the sustaining power of faith in his own case, and an exhortation to others to follow his example. Verse 1.Isaiah is a book in three sections. Chapters 1-35 are prophetic, with the theme of condemnation. Chapters 36-39 are historic, and the theme is confiscation. Chapters 40-66 are messianic, and the theme is consolation. b. Comfort, yes, comfort My people: Isaiah knew what it was to warn and instruct God’s people, but the LORD also wanted His ...A Psalm of Fearless Trust in God. - A Psalm of David. The LORD is my light and my salvation; Whom should I fear? The LORD is the defense of my life; Whom should I …What, like it’s hard to believe that 20 years have passed since Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon) first got accepted to Harvard Law? Actually, yes — it is kind of hard to accept, but that’s exactly how much time has flown by.02/21/2016. Psalm 27 fits well with the Gospel reading in Luke 13. In Luke, Jesus laments over Jerusalem, “How often have I desired to gather your children together as a hen gathers her brood under her wings, and you were not willing (v. 34)!”. The psalm is from one who desires that very place, “ [For] he ….Psalm 20 – The LORD Saves His Anointed. The title of this psalm is the same as several others: To the Chief Musician. A Psalm of David. Yet the psalm itself is different, notably because it is in the voice of a multitude that prays on behalf of the King of Israel as he is ready to go into battle. This is seen in the way the psalm speaks in ... Video for Psalm 29: Psalm 29 – The Voice of the LORD in the Storm. This wonderful song is simply titled A Psalm of David. In poetic beauty it describes the strength of a storm and understands it as the voice and power of God. In so doing it repeats the name of the LORD eighteen times and uses the phrase “the voice of the LORD” seven times.David Guzik. David Guzik is the pastor of Calvary Chapel Santa Barbara, California. Before that he served as director and teacher at Calvary Chapel Bible College, Germany, following more than 20 years of pastoral ministry. He currently serves now as the senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Santa Barbara. David has been happy to be part of the Blue ... This psalm is titled A Michtam of David.The title Michtam is commonly understood as golden; others think it is related to a word meaning to cover.Since the psalms with this title (16, 56-60) are written from times of peril, some think the idea is of covering the lips in the sense of secrecy, as if this were a secret or silent psalm given in a time of crisis.Video for Psalm 29: Psalm 29 – The Voice of the LORD in the Storm. This wonderful song is simply titled A Psalm of David. In poetic beauty it describes the strength of a storm and understands it as the voice and power of God. In so doing it repeats the name of the LORD eighteen times and uses the phrase “the voice of the LORD” seven times.Enduring Word; About. FAQs; Free Smartphone App; About Enduring Word; David Guzik; Your Story; Pray for Enduring Word; ... 27). In Matthew’s more complete recording of this teaching, ... The place of second honor was the seat on the left (1 Kings 2:19, Psalm 110:1). They asked for the two most prestigious places in Jesus’ administration. b.2. (4-6) The LORD’s laugh from heaven. The LORD shall hold them in derision. On My holy hill of Zion.”. a. He who sits in the heavens shall laugh: God looks at the way man plots against Him and He laughs. God isn’t afraid or confused or depressed about the opposition of man. God laughs at it. Psalm 23 of the King James Bible is about faith and the trust in God to guide and protect the individual. It features the iconic phrase, “the Lord is my shepherd,” which metaphorically describes Christians as sheep under the watchful eye of...Psalms 27:2. When the wicked, even mine enemies and my foes, came upon me to eat up my flesh, they stumbled and fell. A special occasion seems to be intended, so that the LXX. have rightly, ἠσθένησαν καὶ ἔπεσαν. Some unrecorded event in the war with Absalom before the final struggle, is probably alluded to. The poet first sounds forth his sure confidence in his God, Ps 27:1-3, and his love of communion with him, Ps 27:4-6. He then betakes himself to prayer, Ps 27:7-12, and concludes with an acknowledgment of the sustaining power of faith in his own case, and an exhortation to others to follow his example. Verse 1. Psalm 125 – As the Mountains Surround Jerusalem. This song is titled A Song of Ascents. Like the others in the series of 15 Songs of Ascents, it was especially appropriate for those pilgrims on their way to Jerusalem for one of the three annual major feasts of Israel. “We can imagine the pilgrims chanting this song when [walking] the city ...Psalm 7 – Confidence in God’s Deliverance. The Hebrew title to this psalm reads: A Meditation of David, which he sang to the LORD concerning the words of Cush, a Benjamite. The New King James Version translates the Hebrew word “shiggaion” as meditation, though the word is difficult to translate and is used elsewhere only in Habakkuk 3:1. It is almost universally agreed that Paul wrote Romans from the city of Corinth as he wintered there on his third missionary journey as described in Acts 20:2-3. This is based on Romans 16:1 and 16:23 along with 1 Corinthians 1:14. A variety of commentators pick the date of writing anywhere from 53 to 58 A.D. ii.Writing is a great way to express yourself, tell stories, and even make money. But getting started can be intimidating. You may not know where to start or what tools you need. Fortunately, there are plenty of free word programs available to...1. (1-2) Address and initial greeting. Paul and Timothy, bondservants of Jesus Christ, To all the saints in Christ Jesus who are in Philippi, with the bishops and deacons: Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. a. Paul and Timothy: The Apostle Paul wrote this letter to his close friends, the Christians in Philippi ...Psalm 90 – The Prayer of Moses in the Wilderness. This psalm is titled A Prayer of Moses the man of God. Some commentators think this was not the same famous and familiar Moses, but the evidence is much stronger for believing that this was indeed the great leader of Israel. This is the only song of Moses in the psalms, but there are two other ...1. (4-5) David calms himself before the LORD. Be angry, and do not sin. Meditate within your heart on your bed, and be still. Selah. And put your trust in the LORD. a. Be angry, and do not sin: With the ungodliness around him, David had reason to be angry, but he had no reason to sin. Video for Psalm 150: Each of the five divisions of the Book of Psalms closes with a doxology ( Psalm 41:13, 72:18-19, 89:52, 106:48 ). This entire psalm can be seen as a doxology that not only closes the fifth and final volume of the collected psalms, but also closes the entire Book of Psalms. Psalm 150 contains no argument, no real teaching ... 1. (18-19) Jesus rebukes a fig tree. Now in the morning, as He returned to the city, He was hungry. And seeing a fig tree by the road, He came to it and found nothing on it but leaves, and said to it, “Let no fruit grow on you ever again.”. Immediately the fig tree withered away.Psalm 87 – Citizens of Zion. This psalm is simply titled A Psalm of the sons of Korah. A Song. These sons of Korah were Levites, from the family of Kohath. By David’s time it seems they served in the musical aspect of the temple worship ( 2 Chronicles 20:19 ). Charles Spurgeon observed, “This ‘Psalm or song’ was either composed by the ...A. All things made new. 1. (1) The new heaven and the new earth. Now I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away. Also there was no more sea. a. Now I saw: We can say that Revelation 21 begins a new section of the Book of Revelation: · Jesus, the Lord of the Churches ( Revelation 1:1-3:22 ).This psalm is titled A Psalm of Asaph.The author Asaph was probably the great singer and musician of David and Solomon’s era (1 Chronicles 15:17-19, 16:5-7, 25:6). 1 Chronicles 25:1 and 2 Chronicles 29:30 add that Asaph was a prophet in his musical compositions. “It takes us in a few words behind and beyond our present wrongs, to portray God’s unbounded …ii. Considering the work of the seventy disciples as described in Luke 10 shows ways that we can go forth to serve Jesus and spread His message. · The harvest is great: We do the work knowing how big the job is. · The laborers are few: We do …i. Revive us: “Only the Lord can ‘revive’ ( Psalm 80:18) the people by forgiveness of their sins, by renewal of the covenant, and by driving out the enemies. This is not merely a prayer for deliverance from the enemy but an urgent petition for the blessings of God.” (VanGemeren) d.Psalm 120 – The Prayer and Journey of the Outsider. Psalm 120 is the first of a series of 15 psalms each with the title, A Song of Ascents. The reason for this collection and arrangement is not precisely stated. Many different explanations have been given for these “degrees” or “steps” or “ascents”: · The Stairs of the Temple Songs.i. Firstborn is also used of Jesus in Colossians 1:18, Romans 8:29, Hebrews 1:6, and Revelation 1:5. ii. In no way does the title firstborn indicate that Jesus is less than God. In fact, the ancient Rabbis called Yahweh Himself “Firstborn of the World” (Rabbi Bechai, cited in Lightfoot).Isaiah is a book in three sections. Chapters 1-35 are prophetic, with the theme of condemnation. Chapters 36-39 are historic, and the theme is confiscation. Chapters 40-66 are messianic, and the theme is consolation. b. Comfort, yes, comfort My people: Isaiah knew what it was to warn and instruct God’s people, but the LORD also wanted His ...Psalm 7 is perhaps the mildest, while some count at least 30 curses in Psalm 109. It is difficult to assign this psalm to any particular period of David’s life. However, the phrasing of Psalm 35:1a is similar to what David said to Saul in 1 Samuel 24:15, so it may be linked to the period of David’s life when Saul pursued him.1. (18-19) Jesus rebukes a fig tree. Now in the morning, as He returned to the city, He was hungry. And seeing a fig tree by the road, He came to it and found nothing on it but leaves, and said to it, “Let no fruit grow on you ever again.”. Immediately the fig tree withered away.The word which you hear is not Mine but the Father’s who sent Me: Jesus again emphasized His total reliance upon and submission to God the Father. Jesus openly stated both His equality with the Father ( John 14:1, 14:3, 14:7, 14:9 ). C. As Jesus departs, He gives the gift of the Holy Spirit and His peace.Psalm 110 – Messiah, Priest, Conquering King. This psalm carries the title A Psalm of David. Strangely, some scholars and commentators deny David’s authorship. Yet as Derek Kinder noted: “Our Lord gave full weight to David’s authorship and David’s words, stressing the former twice by the expression ‘David himself’, and the latter ...Psalm 23 – The LORD Is My Shepherd and My Host. Like many others, this beloved psalm bears the simple title A Psalm of David. Most account it to be a psalm of David’s maturity, but with vivid remembrance of his youth as a shepherd. Charles Spurgeon wrote, “I like to recall the fact that this psalm was written by David, probably when he ...Statement of Faith – David Guzik. I BELIEVE that there is one living and true God, eternally existing in three Persons: The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit, equal in power and glory; that this triune God created all, upholds all, and governs all. I BELIEVE that the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are the Word of God, fully ...Verse six presents a key to understanding Psalm 1: “For the LORD knows the way of the righteous, but the way of the ungodly shall perish.”. In this psalm, the way of the righteous and the way of the ungodly are contrasted. A. The way of the righteous. 1. (1) What the righteous man does not do. Blessed is the man. The central theme of the 23rd Psalm is the everlasting protection and guidance of the Lord. It is meant to bring comfort to believers, knowing that the Lord provides forgiveness, abundance and renewal, according to the Restored Church of Go...Psalm 7 – Confidence in God’s Deliverance. The Hebrew title to this psalm reads: A Meditation of David, which he sang to the LORD concerning the words of Cush, a Benjamite. The New King James Version translates the Hebrew word “shiggaion” as meditation, though the word is difficult to translate and is used elsewhere only in Habakkuk 3:1.Psalm 139 – The Ever-Present God. This magnificent psalm is titled For the Chief Musician. A Psalm of David. It does not surprise us that such a significant psalm came from David’s pen, who was “the sweet psalmist of Israel” ( 2 Samuel 23:1 ). The Chief Musician is thought by some to be the LORD God Himself, and others suppose him to be ...Psalm 9 – God Remembers, Man Forgets. The title of this psalm reads To the Chief Musician. To the tune of “Death of the Son.”. A Psalm of David. The title indicates for us that David wrote this psalm to God Himself (generally regarded as the “Chief Musician”) to a popularly known tune in his day (in Hebrew, Muth Labben).1. (4-5) David calms himself before the LORD. Be angry, and do not sin. Meditate within your heart on your bed, and be still. Selah. And put your trust in the LORD. a. Be angry, and do not sin: With the ungodliness around him, David had reason to be angry, but he had no reason to sin. The Post is a publication of Enduring Word. Find out more about the Ministry of Enduring Word here. Categories. Apologetics (5) Christian Living (13) Culture (22) Eschatology (3) Europe (1) History (8) Leadership (6) Missions (1) North America (4) Pastoral Ministry (6) Revival (2) The Post (58) Theology (5)Toni Morrison didn’t call herself a writer until she published her third book. Before that, she was called many things: an editor, an educator, a mother, and so much more. Born Chloe Ardelia Wofford on February 18, 1931, she grew up in Lora...Video for Psalm 15: Psalm 15 – The Character of the One God Receives. This psalm is simply titled A Psalm of David. In it, David meditates over the character of the man received into the presence of God. We have no precise occasion for this psalm, but it may well have been on the bringing of the ark of the covenant into Jerusalem ( 2 Samuel 6 ).Psa 27:6. And now my head shall be lifted up above my enemies all around me; Therefore I will offer sacrifices of joy in His tabernacle; I will sing, yes, I will sing praises to the L ORD. Tools. Psa 27:7. Hear, O L ORD, when I cry with my voice! Have mercy also upon me, and answer me. Tools.Psalm 68 – The Victorious Procession of God to Zion. The title of this psalm is To the Chief Musician. A Psalm of David. A Song. Most commentators believe this psalm is connected with the coming of the ark of the covenant into Jerusalem ( 2 Samuel 6 ), celebrating not only that event, but also the faithfulness of God to give Israel victory ...Psalm 84 – The Pilgrim’s Love and Longing for God and His House. The title of this psalm is To the Chief Musician. On an instrument of Gath. A Psalm of the sons of Korah. These sons of Korah were Levites, from the family of Kohath. By David’s time it seems they served in the musical aspect of the temple worship ( 2 Chronicles 20:19 ). i. Revive us: “Only the Lord can ‘revive’ ( Psalm 80:18) the people by forgiveness of their sins, by renewal of the covenant, and by driving out the enemies. This is not merely a prayer for deliverance from the enemy but an urgent petition for the blessings of God.” (VanGemeren) d.1. (7-8) Jesus invites us to keep on asking, seeking and knocking. “Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives, and he who seeks finds, and to him who knocks it will be opened.”. a.And I will offer sacrifices in His tent [ e]with shouts of joy; I will sing, yes, I will sing praises to the Lord. 7 Hear, Lord, when I cry with my voice, And be gracious to me and answer me. 8 When You said, “Seek My face,” my heart said to You, “I shall seek Your face, Lord.”. 9 Do not hide Your face from me,John 13:18-38 – Prepared for Glory. Alexander Maclaren wrote of this remarkable section, John 13-17: “Nowhere else is His speech at once so simple and so deep. Nowhere else have we the heart of God so unveiled to us…. The immortal words which Christ spoke in that upper chamber are His highest self-revelation in speech, even as the Cross ...Video for Psalm 18: Psalm 18 - Great Praise from a Place of Great Victory. This is a long psalm; there are only three psalms longer in the entire collection (78, 89, and 119). Its length is well suited to its theme, as described in the title. The title itself is long, with only one longer in the psalter ( Psalm 60 ): To the Chief Musician. Psalm 89 – The Incomparable God and His Covenant to David. The title of this psalm is A Contemplation of Ethan the Ezrahite. There are several men named Ethan in the Hebrew Scriptures, but this man is mentioned specifically in 1 Kings 4:31 as someone who was famous for his wisdom – yet surpassed by Solomon’s greater wisdom. Psalm 7 – Confidence in God’s Deliverance. The Hebrew title to this psalm reads: A Meditation of David, which he sang to the LORD concerning the words of Cush, a Benjamite. The New King James Version translates the Hebrew word “shiggaion” as meditation, though the word is difficult to translate and is used elsewhere only in Habakkuk 3:1. iii. The “I will” statements of Satan were all proud and self-directed. Every “I will” of the LORD in Isaiah 41 is for the benefit and blessing of His people. Though Satan was lifted up in pride, and proclaimed “I will,” none of them came to pass. But each and every one of God’s “I will” statements will be fulfilled.In Luke 21:25-26, He spoke of unmistakable calamity to shake the earth before the coming of Jesus. In Luke 21:34-36 Jesus said that He would come as a surprise, a snare – and emphasized the importance of readiness. i. This is because the second coming of Jesus has two distinct aspects, separated by an appreciable time.Psalm 84 – The Pilgrim’s Love and Longing for God and His House. The title of this psalm is To the Chief Musician. On an instrument of Gath. A Psalm of the sons of Korah. These sons of Korah were Levites, from the family of Kohath. By David’s time it seems they served in the musical aspect of the temple worship ( 2 Chronicles 20:19 ).1. (7-8) Jesus invites us to keep on asking, seeking and knocking. “Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives, and he who seeks finds, and to him who knocks it will be opened.”. a. The LORD is my strength and song: When we let God be our strength, He will also be our song. We will sing because of the victory won by the great strength of the LORD. We will have a singing joy in our life because His strength will not let us down. i. “Notice, the song is all of God; there is not a word about Moses.A. Thoughts to begin with as we study the Bible. 1. We come to the Bible knowing there is a God. a. There are many good and strong philosophical and logical reasons to believe in God. Yet the Bible does not make elaborate arguments for the existence of God. However, it does tell us how we can know God exists.a. Therefore: This makes the connection, not only with the glorious spiritual privileges laid out in Ephesians 1 through 3, but also with the high call of a unified, mature body as described in Ephesians 4:1-6. Because of this high calling, we should walk (live) in a different way than the world around us does. i. Writing is a great way to express yourself, tell stories, and even make money. But getting started can be intimidating. You may not know where to start or what tools you need. Fortunately, there are plenty of free word programs available to...Psalm 68 – The Victorious Procession of God to Zion. The title of this psalm is To the Chief Musician. A Psalm of David. A Song. Most commentators believe this psalm is connected with the coming of the ark of the covenant into Jerusalem ( 2 Samuel 6 ), celebrating not only that event, but also the faithfulness of God to give Israel victory ...Psalm 27: Bible Study & Commentary. by Pamela Rose Williams · Print · Email. Tweet. E very time I read or hear Psalm 27 I recall how privileged I am to know Jesus as my Savior. This Psalm is written by David and it is a reflection of how his faith in the power of God sustained him through many trials. Take a look at what I have learned as I ...The LORD is my strength and song: When we let God be our strength, He will also be our song. We will sing because of the victory won by the great strength of the LORD. We will have a singing joy in our life because His strength will not let us down. i. “Notice, the song is all of God; there is not a word about Moses.a. Now may the God: The fact that Paul puts these words into the form of a prayer demonstrates that he recognizes that this is a work that the Holy Spirit must do inside us. b. The God of patience: Our God is a God of patience. We are often in such a hurry and God often seems to work too slowly for us.Psalm 73 – “My Feet Almost Slipped”. The title of this psalm ( A Psalm of Asaph) tells us that it was written by the great singer and musician of David and Solomon’s era ( 1 Chronicles 15:17-19, 16:5-7, 25:6 ). 1 Chronicles 25:1 and 2 Chronicles 29:30 add that Asaph was a prophet in his musical compositions.This was part of the pain of judgment that came upon Judah and Jerusalem. i. “The lament of Jeremiah 51:51 arises from the fact that the desecration of the Temple appeared to involve Yahweh’s inferiority, but the desolation of Babylon would reveal the utter impotence of her idols.” (Cundall) d.Yet Psalm 89:27 calls David God’s firstborn, demonstrating that “firstborn” is as much a title and a concept as a description of birth order. Therefore, when Paul calls Jesus firstborn over all creation in Colossians 1:15, he isn’t trying to say that Jesus is a created being who had a beginning.What Psalm 27 means. Verse 1 – 3: "The Lord is my light" means many things. One is that he shows us what to do in life. "The LORD is my hiding place" means that when trouble comes the LORD will be with us in it. He will give us help to live through it, he will not leave us by ourselves.Last Name. Get Prayer Requests and Updates from David Guzik. Enduring Word Info. Receive David Guzik's Weekly Devotional. Inspiration by Email. Special Emails: Pastors, Preachers, Bible Teachers. Pastors, Preachers, Bible Teachers.David Guzik. David Guzik is the pastor of Calvary Chapel Santa Barbara, California. Before that he served as director and teacher at Calvary Chapel Bible College, Germany, following more than 20 years of pastoral ministry. He currently serves now as the senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Santa Barbara. David has been happy to be part of the Blue .... a. Jesus answered them: The religious leaders a. The LORD is King forever and ever: The psalmist began with almos 2. (6-11) The settlement of the inheritance of the daughters of Zelophehad. And the LORD spoke to Moses, saying: “The daughters of Zelophehad speak what is right; you shall surely give them a possession of inheritance among their father’s brothers, and cause the inheritance of their father to pass to them. And you shall speak to the ...Psalm 27: Bible Study & Commentary. by Pamela Rose Williams · Print · Email. Tweet. E very time I read or hear Psalm 27 I recall how privileged I am to know Jesus as my Savior. This Psalm is written by David and it is a reflection of how his faith in the power of God sustained him through many trials. Take a look at what I have learned as I ... Let those who fear the LORD now say, “His Chapter 27. God's care over his people. (1-5) A promise of their recall to Divine favour. (6-13) Verses 1-5 The Lord Jesus with his strong sword, the virtue of his death, and the preaching of his gospel, does and will destroy him that had the power of death, that is, the devil, that old serpent. The world is a fruitless, worthless wilderness; but the church is a vineyard, a place that has ...1. (4-5) David calms himself before the LORD. Be angry, and do not sin. Meditate within your heart on your bed, and be still. Selah. And put your trust in the LORD. a. Be angry, and do not sin: With the ungodliness around him, David had reason to be angry, but he had no reason to sin. First, David had 400 men with thin resumes a...

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