In Psalm 4 David exhorts us to “Stand in awe, and sin not: commune with your own heart upon your bed, and be still. Selah” (Ps. 4:4). Our versification sings it thus: Stand in awe and sin not, Bid your ..
As the saying goes, “History repeats itself.” However, this is true only in a general sense and because it pleases God to do what He did in the past. All is the execution of His eternal plan. Also in the ..
Picture before your mind a very, very narrow mountain path which on one side has a steep rocky wall of the mountain, and on the other side has a sharp drop-off that plunges down hundreds of feet into a pool ..
To think that a thing is good is one thing. To rejoice in that thing is something else. There are times when surgery is good for us, because it will relieve a misery, or even pre¬vent death that threatens. But ..
Did you ever hear little hills rejoice and valleys sing? David did, and therefore after writing about the goodness of God wherewith He crowns the year, he wrote in Psalm 65:12, 13: “They drop upon the pastures of the wilderness: ..
When children of God speak about spiritual matters, their faith will manifest itself. When they speak about natural things they often sound no different from the world. They may not with the world call incidents the work of mother nature. ..
First things come first. Therefore, having spoken of the praise that waiteth for God in Zion, David mentioned the praise of God as our Savior who purges away our transgressions. When our guilt is gone we can have blessings. But ..