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Defender ~ KJV, NASB – judge ( i.e. advocate ). Psalms. a free CD will be available following the service. 68-71.

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Defender~ KJV, NASB – judge (i.e. advocate)

Psalms

a free CD will be

available

following the service

68-71

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“Within the guarded circle there was plenty for all; all were poor in themselves, yet there were no beggars in all the camp, for celestial fare was to be had for the gathering, We, too, still dwell within the circling protection of the Most High, and find goodness made ready for us: although poor and needy by nature, we are enriched by grace; divine preparations in the decree, the covenant, the atonement, providence, and the Spirit’s

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work, have made ready for us a fullness of the blessing of the Lord.”

C. H. Spurgeon

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“It is a hard passage, a nut for the learned to crack. If we knew all that was known when this ancient hymn was composed, the allusion would no doubt strike us as being beautifully appropriate, but as we do not, we will let it rest among the unriddled things.”

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C. H. Spurgeon

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Prov. 18:10 ~ The name of the Lord is a strong tower;

 The righteous run to it and are safe.

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“When I cannot rejoice in what I have, I will look forward to what shall be mine, and will still rejoice. Hope will live on a bare common, and Sing on a branch laden down with snow. No date and no place are unsuitable for hope. Hell alone excepted, hope is a dweller in all regions.”

Psalms

68-71

C. H. Spurgeon