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PSALM 72: THE UNIVERSAL KINGDOM OF GOD

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They shall fear thee as long as the sun and moon shall endure throughout all generations (Psalm 72:5, KJV) Today we are going to study Psalm 72 in two sections. The 1st section will be asking a series of questions related to this Psalm. In the 2nd section we're going to be looking at Isaac Watts and how his hymns compare or are alike to Psalm 72. WHO? Author is Solomon (...

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The Negative Cost of Caring!

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Dear Friends, I trust you are doing well and looking forward to Sunday. Earlier today I heard a report on the local news about a condition I'd never before heard of:Compassion Fatigue.The news cast reported this condition in conjunction with the Covid-19 pandemic that has plagued our country now for almost two years.The report focused on those who are on the front line...

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The Honor of Widowhood Part 2

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As we discussed last week, there are numerous passages in the Bible dealing with widows. God has a special concern for them, along with orphans and others in difficult circumstances. Many passages lay down laws to protect widows. God is described as their protector and judge: "A father of the fatherless and a judge for the widows is God in His holy habitation" (Ps. 68:5...

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PSALM 51: THROWING ONESELF ON THE MERCY OF GOD

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Against You, You only, have I sinned, and done this evil in Your sight(Psalm 51: 4a, NKJV) The superscription for this psalm is: "A Psalm of David when Nathan the prophet went to him, after he had gone in to Bathsheba." The background is given in 2 Samuel 11-12. William Culberson in his outline pointed out true confession includes the following elements: Casting onese...

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God's Sovereign Control

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Dear Friends, I trust you are doing well and looking forward to Sunday. Few things are more controversial among Christians than the sovereignty of God. The issue is simply this: Is God truly sovereign (in control and supreme) over everything, including calamity, natural disasters, death, and demons, or is his sovereign control restricted to those things we typically r...

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The Honor of Widowhood Part 1

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There are numerous passages in the Bible dealing with widows. God has a special concern for them, along with orphans and others in difficult circumstances. Many passages lay down laws to protect widows. God is described as their protector and judge: "A father of the fatherless and a judge for the widows is God in His holy habitation" (Ps. 68:5). "The Lord protects the s...

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PSALM 23: THE SHEPHERD PSALM

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The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want (Psalm 23:1, KJV) INTRODUCTION (By Chuck Swindoll) "The 23rd Psalm is one people turn to when alone and afraid, when in harm's way in the battlefield, when surrounded by splintered remains in a disaster, when lying in a hospital bed facing surgery, in prison when the doors slam shut, and when overwhelmed by grief." RESEARCH AND ...

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Misplaced Priorities

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Dear Friends, I trust you are doing well and looking forward to Sunday. At times my head wants to explode because of where we're headed and the reasoning of people.A perfect case in point is an article that appeared in the September 21 issues of USA Today written by Nancy Armour.The headline said it all:"Threat to Roe is a threat to women's sports." In other words, wom...

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Christian Warfare

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Dear Friends, I trust you are doing well and looking forward to Sunday. General Dwight Eisenhower once said (source unknown), "War is a terrible thing. But if you're going to get into it, you've got to get into it all the way." I believe that many Christians are defeated in their Christian lives because they are notseriouslyengaged in the warfare to which we are calle...

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Advising the Elderly

If you've ever done any boating, you know how essential it is to stay on course. If you steer just a few degrees off the desired course, you can wind up far from where you wanted to go. I read once of a shipwreck that happened because a sailor broke off the small tip of his knife blade while he was cleaning the ship's compass. He didn't remove it, and that little bit of...

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