Christians should focus on preparing our hearts for eternity instead of preparing our homes for coming uncertain calamity.
Finding Yourself in the Psalms Psalm 111 & 112 The Fear of the Lord Psalm 111 The LORD who is to be FEARED copy of “Psalms,” by G Scrogie. P 91-92 G. Scrogie, “Psalms,” 91, 92, 98. Psalm 112 The ONE who FEARS the LORD copy of “Psalms,” by G Scrogie. P 98 Question: ? […]
Finding Yourself in the Psalms Psalm 56 A Psalm When I Am Afraid Psalm 27 was also given the same description Ann Landers received an average of 10,000 letters a month, nearly all of them from people who are burdened with problems. Asked if there is one predominant theme in her readers' request for help, […]
Finding Yourself in the Psalms Psalm 49 A Psalm On Why the Righteous Need Not Fear Death I. StructureA. 1-4. Introduction – This is a PSALM for our INSTRUCTION (Wisdom Psalm).Not written to PRAISE GOD, but to INSTRUCT GOD’s PEOPLE.THE QUESTION: “Why Shouldn’t I Fear?” (End of v. 4) B. 5-12. Because Riches Cannot Save […]
Finding Yourself in the Psalms Psalm 116 A Psalm of Comfort When a Loved One is Taken in Death Very personal Psalm. Personal pronouns used 37 times. All but 3 verses have a personal pronoun.Possibly a Psalm of Hezekiah when he received healing from his illness. 2 Kings 20. Gratitude for Deliverance I. DANGER. 116:1-4A. […]
Finding Yourself in the Psalms Psalm 27 “A Psalm for Times You Feel Afraid.” 100's of phobias. (Driving, flying, shellfish) Instructional fear – reverence – respect – learningAn once of fear is worth more than a pound of adviceParalyzing fear – fear of something that has not happened. Psalm 27. 2 Parts.1-6. Victory over fear7-14. […]