In days gone by it looked, and in days to come it will look, as though things momentarily slipped out of God’s control. Cain killed Abel. Pharaoh placed all of Jacob’s offspring in abject slavery. The Jews killed God’s only ..
Since every breath of life and every crumb of bread comes from God, and we cannot see or touch a creature that is not His, it might seem strange that Asaph concludes Psalm 76 with these words in verses 11, ..
Because their hearts were filled with sinful hatred. the Jews got the Roman soldiers to nail Jesus to His cross Would you dare to say that God was praised by this dastardly deed? Asaph did, when in Psalm 76:10 he ..
Good questions are very important, for finding their answers reveals to us important truths. And in Psalm 76: 4-7 Asaph, having made two powerful statements, asks a very important question. He writes, “Thou art more glorious and excellent than the ..