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Meditation ~ KJV, prayer. NIV, NASB ~ complaint. Message ~ Listen and help, O God. I’m reduced to a whine And a whimper, obsessed with feelings of doomsday. Psalms. a free CD will be available following the service. 64-67. Blameless ~ KJV, perfect. Psalms. 64-67.

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Meditation~ KJV, prayer

  • NIV, NASB ~ complaint
  • Message ~ Listen and help, O God. I’m reduced to a whine And a whimper, obsessed with feelings of doomsday.

Psalms

a free CD will be

available

following the service

64-67

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“Is it possible for justice to invent a punishment sufficiently severe to meet the case of the dastard who defiles my good name, and remains himself in concealment? An open liar is an angel compared with this demon. Vipers and cobras are harmless and amiable creatures compared with such a reptile. The devil himself might blush at being the father of so base an offspring.”

Psalms

64-67

C. H. Spurgeon

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Psalms

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Heb. 2:8-9a ~ 8 You have put all things in subjection under his feet.

For in that He put all in subjection under him, He left nothing that is not put under him.

Psalms

But now we do not yet see all things put under him.

9aBut we see Jesus…

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“Philosophers of the forget-God school are too much engrossed with their laws of upheaval to think of the Upheaver. Their theories of volcanic action and glacier action, etc., etc., are frequently used as bolts and bars to shut the Lord out of his own world. Our poet is of another mind, and sees God’s hand settling Alps and Andes on their bases, and therefore he sings in his praise.”

Psalms

64-67

C. H. Spurgeon

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“Would you know who is the greatest saint in the world? It is not he who prays most or fasts most; it is not he who gives most alms, or is more eminent for temperance, chastity, or justice; but it is he who is always thankful to God who wills everything that God willeth, who receives everything as an instance of God's goodness, and has a heart always ready to praise God for it.”

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William Law

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Is. 59:1-2 ~ 1Behold, the LORD’S hand is not shortened,

That it cannot save;

Nor His ear heavy,

That it cannot hear.

2 But your iniquities have separated you from your God;

And your sins have hidden His face from you,

So that He will not hear.

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Num. 6:24-26 ~ 24   The Lord bless you and keep you;

25 The Lord make His face shine upon you,

And be gracious to you;

26 The Lord lift up His countenance upon you,

And give you peace.

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“May every man bring his music, every citizen his canticle, every peasant his praise, every prince his Psalm.”

Psalms

64-67

C. H. Spurgeon