Can there be something better than what is perfect? What the psalmist wrote in Psalm 119:96 seems to teach that. He wrote, “I have seen an end of all perfection; but thy commandment is exceeding broad.” He had stated that ..
In God’s providence the moon continues in its orbit so marvelously that it is exactly on time month after month, so that our calendars for next year can tell us when it will be full moon and when it will ..
The more serious the surgery is, the more serious the thought must be that is given to choosing one to perform it. When one’s life is in danger, one cannot be too careful, or demand too much care. And what ..
One truth that we should hold on to tightly is the teaching of Scripture that all of our salvation comes from God. We do not earn the smallest part of it. We get not one blessing by fulfilling a condition. ..
Although thus far they did not succeed, the enemies of the psalmist were trying to kill him. He states this in Psalm 119:85, 86 in these words: “The proud have digged pits for me, which are not after thy law. ..
Salvation always implies misery of one kind or another. Joyous moments and happy situations we want to keep. But out of discomforts and sufferings whether light or severe we want to be lifted. This explains the words of the psalmist ..
What a contrast David makes in the last part of Psalm 139! He had spoken of the preciousness of God’s thoughts unto him. Now in verses 19 and 20 he declares what God will do to the wicked. He writes, ..
In Psalm 139 David clearly and definitely established the truth that God sees us and that our life is unto Him an open book that reveals in the smallest detail what we are and do. But most wonderful and important ..