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Outlines in Psalms Psalm 143 contains twelve verses and is divided directly in half by the â€śSelahâ€ť at the end of verse 6. Each half of this psalm begins with a request by the Lordâ€™s servant David for the Lord to hear him. Psalm 143:1 begins [ ... ][ abbreviated | read original blog ]
Thought for Meditation The Lord our God has given us the responsibility, not to raise up socially good children, but to raise up spiritually godly children. Therefore, the standard of success in our parenting is detemined by whether our child [ ... ][ abbreviated | read original blog ]
Outlines in Psalms â€śA Psalm of Davidâ€ť I. The Desire of the Lordâ€™s Servant (Psalm 143:1-2) II. The Desolation of the Lordâ€™s Servant (Psalm 143:3-4) III. The Devotion of the Lordâ€™s Servant (Psalm 143:5-6) [...][ abbreviated | read original blog ]
Thought for Meditation Whenever a husband treats his wife with selfish interest, selfish insensitivity, selfish impatience, selfish communication, or selfish anger, he is not loving his wife. Rather, he is sinning against the Lord and against his... [ ... ][ abbreviated | read original blog ]
Proverbs for Life Proverbs 21:1 â€“ â€śThe kingâ€™s heart is in the hand of the LORD, as the rivers of water: he turneth it whithersoever he will.â€ť The Wisdom or Foolishness of the Ruler The Success or Destruction of the Ruler The Favor or Wrath of the... [ ... ][ abbreviated | read original blog ]
Outlines in Psalms â€śMaschil of David; A Prayer when he was in the cave.â€ť I. The Supplication of the Lordâ€™s Servant (Psalm 142:1-2) II. The Situation of the Lordâ€™s Servant (Psalm 142:3-4) III. The Safety for the Lordâ€™s Ser [ ... ][ abbreviated | read original blog ]
Proverbs for Life The Character of the Scorner The Confrontation of the Scorner The Consequence for the Scorner The Character of the Scorner Proverbs 1:22 â€“ â€śHow long, ye simple ones, will ye love simplicity?  [...][ abbreviated | read original blog ]