PSALM 1 CONTEXT: No one (in my humble opinion) took a more thorough look at the Book of Psalms than C.H. Spurgeon. Here in his Treasury of David we find: TITLE. This Psalm may be regarded as THE PREFACE PSALM, having in it a notification of the contents of the entire Book. It is the psalmists’ desire to … More Sunday Sermon Series – 06/26/2022
CONTEXT: From C.H. Spurgeon’s Treasury of David TITLE. A Psalm of David. David is pictured in this Psalm as in a faithful miniature. His holy trust, his many conflicts, his great transgression, his bitter repentance, and his deep distresses are all here; so that we see the very heart of “the man after God’s own heart.” … More Sunday Sermon Series – 11/17/21
PSALM 63 CONTEXT: In Ps 63:1-8 verses the writer expresses his holy desires after God, and his confidence in him, and then in Ps 63:9-11 remaining three verses he prophesies the overthrow of all his enemies. This Psalm is peculiarly suitable for the bed of sickness, or in any constrained absence from public worship. – … More Devotional Thought for Today – 12/03/2020
PSALM 19 Have you ever seen the perfect sunset, maybe gazed upon the Grand Canyon or a snow covered valley and thought ‘God can sure paint a majestic picture.’ Those are priceless memories that we will always treasure. In essence that is what David is doing here in Psalm 19, he has gazed upon … More SUNDAY SERMON SERIES – Heavens Glory
Psalm 121:7-8 (KJV and RVR 1960) CONTEXT: This is another of those verses often taken greatly out of context. As I have an EARLY morning appointment, I will offer a few trusted commentaries today instead of my normal exposition. Suffice it to say that on the surface the phase above, taken on it own, seems … More Daily Devotional – Preserved From Evil
I found this while looking for a devotional to post write this morning. As you read Psalm 76 reflect upon: v.1 God is known everywhere, v.4 God is Glorious above all else, v.7 God is to be feared (greatly revered) v.8 God will judge all the earth (mankind) v.12 God is sovereign (ruler) over all … More Reflections on Psalm 76
EXPOSITION ¦ Treasury of David C.H. Spurgeon Psalm 84 Verse 10. For a day in thy courts is better than a thousand. Of course the psalmist means a thousand days spent elsewhere. Under the most favourable circumstances in which earth’s pleasures can be enjoyed, they are not comparable by so much as one in a thousand to … More Where do you desire to stand?