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A daily, five minute devotional podcast studying the Psalms verse by verse. Your home for bible study that's organic and fresh.

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Podcast Episode's:
Psalm 20:8-9; Sept. 22, 2017
Answer us in the day when we call.
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Psalm 20:6-7; Sept. 21, 2017
The HAND of God is his power, the RIGHT hand, his almighty power; the STRENGTH of his right hand, his almighty power in action;
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Psalm 20:5; Sept. 20, 2017
What is the first duty of the church? Read Psalm 20:5 and find out.
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Psalm 20:3-4; Sept. 19, 2017
David says, "He will remember your gifts." Have you given Him one?
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Psalm 20:1-2; Sept. 18, 2017
A congregational responsive.
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Psalm 19:12-14; Sept. 15, 2017
The most wonderful work of the word of God - it discerns errors.
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Psalm 19:9-11; Sept. 14, 2017
The fear of the LORD is clean.
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Psalm 19:7-8, Sept. 13, 2017
The creation has but one message, "God is great." From it, we will never learn of conversion, wisdom, fear, light, and righteousness. However, there is another voice that speaks.
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Psalm 19:4-6, Sept. 12, 2017
Verse four is quoted in Romans 10:18. This is the voice of the gospel ringing in the wide world.
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Psalm 19:1-3, Sept. 11, 2017
"The heavens number out the glory of the strong God. A first view of the starry heavens strikes every beholder with astonishment at the power by which they were made, and by which they are supported." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 18:49-50, Sept. 8, 2017
I give thanks to thee, O LORD.
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Psalm 18:47-48, Sept. 7, 2017
"He hath delivered me, and continues to deliver me, from all that rise up against me." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 18:45-46, Sept. 6, 2017
"By him alone I have gained all my victories; and he continueth, and will be my Rock, the Source whence I may at all times derive help and salvation. May his name be blessed! May his kingdom be exalted!" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 18:43-44, Sept. 5, 2017
You will deliver me from the strife of the people.
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Psalm 18:41-42, Sept. 4, 2017
Unto the LORD, but He did not answer.
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Psalm 18:39-40, Sept. 1, 2017
He gives strength for the battle.
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Psalm 18:37-38, August 31, 2017
I have pursued my enemies.
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Psalm 18:35-36, August 30, 2017
You have given me the shield of your salvation.
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Psalm 18:33-34, August 29, 2017
He makes my feet like hinds' feet.
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Psalm 18:31-32, August 28, 2017
Who is God save the Lord?
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Psalm 18:29-30, August 25, 2017
His way is perfect.
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Psalm 18:27-28, August 24, 2017
"The afflicted are the humble; and those thou hast ever befriended." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 18:25-26, August 23, 2017
With the saint you are sanctified.
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Psalm 18:23-24, August 22, 2017
I did what was right.
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Psalm 18:21-22, August 21, 2017
Keeping the ways of the LORD.
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Psalm 18:19-20, August 18, 2017
He will bring me out into a broad place.
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Psalm 18:17-18, August 17, 2017
My strong enemies!
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Psalm 18:15-16, August 16, 2017
Channels of water and the foundations of the world; just another day in the Psalms.
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Psalm 18:13-14, August 15, 2017
The LORD also thundered in the heavens.
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Psalm 18:11-12, August 14, 2017
The warrior king pitches his glorious tent!
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Psalm 18:9-10, August 11, 2017
He rode upon a Cherub and flew.
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Psalm 18:7-8, August 10, 2017
The earth shook.
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Psalm 18:5-6, August 9, 2017
The sorrows of hell compassed about me.
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Psalm 18:3-4, August 8, 2017
I will call upon the LORD.
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Psalm 18:1-2, August 7, 2017
I will love thee, O LORD, my strength.
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Psalm 17:13-15, August 4, 2017
Arise, O LORD.
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Psalm 17:10-12, August 3, 2017
Mouths that speak arrogantly.
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Psalm 17:7-9, August 2, 2017
Hide me in your shadow.
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Psalm 17:4-6, August 1, 2017
In your tracks.
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Psalm 17:1-3, July 31, 2017
This week we are treated to a wonderful prayer.
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Psalm 16:10-11, July 28, 2017
More commentary provided by Simeon Peter today.
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Psalm 16:8-9, July 27, 2017
And now a word from Simeon Peter.
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Psalm 16:5-7, July 26, 2017
"Our shallow cup of sorrow we may well drain with resignation, since the deep cup of love stands side by side with it, and will never be empty." C. H. Spurgeon.
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Psalm 16:3-4, July 25, 2017
I will not speak their names.
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Psalm 16:1-2, July 24, 2017
Preserve me, O God.
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Psalm 15:5, July 21, 2017
The use of money also identifies the righteous man.
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Psalm 15:4, July 20, 2017
A further description of the righteous man.
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Psalm 15:3, July 19, 2017
Faith is so often revealed by the tongue.
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Psalm 15:2, July 18, 2017
"Who sets God before his eyes, takes his word for the rule of his conduct, considers himself a sojourner on earth, and is continually walking to the kingdom of God. He acts according to the perfections of God's law; he has respect to all its parts, and feels the weight and importance of all its injunctions." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 15:1, July 17, 2017
Who indeed?
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Psalm 14:7, July 14, 2017
Jacob shall rejoice!
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Psalm 14:5-6, July 13, 2017
God is in the generation of the righteous.
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Psalm 14:4, July 12, 2017
"They have no defence, for they invoke not the Lord. They are all either atheists or idolaters." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 14:2-3, July 11, 2017
They are all gone aside.
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Psalm 14:1, July 10, 2017
The fool has said in his heart, there is no God.
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Psalm 13:5, July 7, 2017
Bountiful to me!
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Psalm 13:4, July 6, 2017
"When moved from my steadfastness and overcome by sin. O what desolation is made by the fall of a righteous soul! Itself covered with darkness and desolation, infidels filled with scoffing, the Church clad in mourning, the Spirit of God grieved, and Jesus crucified afresh, and put to an open shame! O God, save the pious reader from such wreck and ruin!" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 13:3, July 5, 2017
How long must I take counsel of my soul?
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Psalm 13:2, July 4, 2017
Happy 4th!
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Psalm 13:1, July 3, 2017
How long?
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Psalm 12:8, June 30, 2017
The vilest men are exalted.
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Psalm 12:6-7, June 29, 2017
The words of the LORD are pure words.
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Psalm 12:4-5, June 28, 2017
The arrogance of the wicked tongue.
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Psalm 12:2-3, June 27, 2017
They speak vanity.
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Psalm 12:1, June 26, 2017
For the saint comes to an end.
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Psalm 11:7, June 23, 2017
The righteous LORD loves righteousness!
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Psalm 11:6, June 22, 2017
Fire and brimstone!
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Psalm 11:5, June 21, 2017
"The wicked man must ever be abhorred of the Lord; and the violent man-the destroyer and murderer-his soul hateth; an expression of uncommon strength and energy: all the perfections of the Divine nature have such in abomination." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 11:3-4, June 20, 2017
The LORD is in His holy temple.
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Psalm 11:1-2, June 19, 2017
Verse one contains our confession this week.
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Psalm 10:18, June 16, 2017
The fatherless and the oppressed receive a judgment in their favor - against the wicked man.
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Psalm 10:16-17, June 15, 2017
The LORD inclines His ear.
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Psalm 10:14-15, June 14, 2017
"Nothing can escape thy notice. Thou hast not forgotten thy justice, though judgment is not speedily executed on an evil work. But thou wilt requite it with thy hand. By thy power thou wilt cast down and destroy the wicked." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 10:12-13, June 13, 2017
The Lord who dwells in Zion.
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Psalm 10:10-11, June 12, 2017
He leads a pride just like him.
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Psalm 10:9, June 9, 2017
He's like a lion!
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Psalm 10:7-8, June 8, 2017
Under his tongue; mischief and wickedness.
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Psalm 10:5-6, June 7, 2017
He puffs at them!
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Psalm 10:3-4, June 6, 2017
The definition begins!
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Psalm 10:1-2, June 5, 2017
Why, O LORD?
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Psalm 9:19-20, June 2, 2017
Let not man prevail!
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Psalm 9:17-18, June 1, 2017
A little chunky peanut butter today.
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Psalm 9:15-16, May 31, 2017
The nations will sink down into the pit.
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Psalm 9:13-14, May 30, 2017
Be gracious to me, O LORD!
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Psalm 9:11 - 12, May 29, 2017
He doesn't forget.
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Psalm 9:9-10, May 26, 2017
"Who have an experimental acquaintance with thy mercy, will put their trust in thee, from the conviction that thou never hast forsaken, and never will forsake, them that trust in thee." Adam Clark
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Psalm 9:7-8, May 25, 2017
He hath prepared His throne for judgment.
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Psalm 9:5-6, May 24, 2017
Thou hast destroyed the wicked.
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Psalm 9:3-4, May 23, 2017
Thy presence.
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Psalm 9:1-2, May 22, 2017
With all my heart!
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Psalm 8:7-9, May 19, 2017
The beasts of the field.
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Psalm 8:5-6, May 18, 2017
Dominion!
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Psalm 8:3-4, May 17, 2017
When I consider . . .
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Psalm 8:1 - 2, May 16, 2017
How majestic is His name?
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Psalm 8:1, May 15, 2017
O LORD!
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Psalm 7:17, May 12, 2017
I will praise the LORD!
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Psalm 7:15-16, May 10, 2017
His violence.
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Psalm 7:14, May 10, 2017
"All these terms show the pitch of envy, wrath, and malevolence" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 7:12-13, May 9, 2017
If he turns not!
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Psalm 7:10 - 11, May 8, 2017
My shield!
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Psalm 7:9, May 5, 2017
Thanks for listening this week!
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Psalm 7:7 - 8, May 4, 2017
Be exalted, O LORD.
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Psalm 7:5 - 6, May 3, 2017
If it's true, then . . .
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Psalm 7:3 - 4, May 2, 2017
If I have done this.
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Psalm 7:1 - 2, May 1, 2017
In you I trust.
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Psalm 6:9 - 10, April 28, 2017
The Lord hears when we pray.
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Psalm 6:7 - 8, April 27, 2017
Mine eye is consumed because of grief.
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Psalm 6:5 - 6, April 26, 2017
The grave!
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Psalm 6:3 - 4, April 25, 2017
The sinner cries out.
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Psalm 6:1 - 2, April 24, 2017
"It is the very language of a true penitent who is looking around for help," Adam Clarke
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Psalm 5:10 - 12, April 21, 2017
"A righteous soul is a peculiar object of God's affectionate regards; and therefore will be a subject of continual blessing." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 5:8 - 9, April 20, 2017
In the multitude of your mercies!
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Psalm 5:6 - 7, April 19, 2017
But as for me, I will come into thy house in the multitude of thy mercy:
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Psalm 5:4 - 5, April 18, 2017
"As thou art holy, so thou hast pleasure only in holiness; and as to evil men, they shall never enter into thy glory;" Adam Clark
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Psalm 5:1 - 3, April 17, 2017
Give ear, O Lord.
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Psalm 4:8, April 14, 2017
It is finished!
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Psalm 4:6 - 7, April 13, 2017
Offer the sacrifices of righteousness!
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Psalm 4:5, April 12, 2017
Be angry, and sin not!
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Psalm 4:3 - 4, April 11, 2017
To the sons of men.
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Psalm 4:1 - 2, April 10, 2017
The Choirmaster is back!
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Psalm 3:7 - 8, April 7, 2017
Rise up, O Lord!
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Psalm 3:6, April 6, 2017
They have set themselves against me.
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Psalm 3:4 - 5, April 5, 2017
His holy mountain!
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Psalm 3:3, April 4, 2017
Who's your lifter-upper?
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Psalm 3:1 - 2, April 3, 2017
A psalm of David.
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Psalm 2:11 - 12, March 31, 2017
Today the thronging comes to an end.
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Psalm 2:8 - 10, March 30, 2017
A rod of iron.
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Psalm 2:7, March 29, 2017
This day have I begotten thee.
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Psalm 2:4 - 6, March 28, 2017
The Court of Heaven.
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Psalm 2:1 - 3, March 27, 2017
Why do the nations rage?
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Psalm 1:6, March 24, 2017
The Lord knows.
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Psalm 1:4 - 5, March 23, 2017
No so the wicked!
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Psalm 1:2 - 3, March 22, 2017
The way of the Blessed man revealed.
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Psalm 1:1, March 21, 2017
Happy Birthday!
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The Psalms: A Brief Introduction
The next four years begins today.
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Psalm 150:3 - 6, March 14, 2017
Thanks for taking this journey with me.
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Psalm 150:1 - 2, March 13, 2017
The subject of all praise.
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Psalm 149:8 - 9, March 10, 2017
A passage which mirrors Psalm 2.
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Psalm 149:6 - 7, March 9, 2017
Exalting God with their throats.
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Psalm 149:4 - 5, March 8, 2017
He is pleased in you.
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Psalm 149:2 - 3, March 7, 2017
Episode 1000!
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Psalm 149:1, March 6, 2017
Sing!
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Psalm 148:14, March 3, 2017
A horn for His people.
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Psalm 148:13, March 2, 2017
His name alone is excellent.
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Psalm 148:11 - 12, March 1, 2017
Let's join the choir!
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Psalm 148:9 - 10, Feb. 28, 2017
"The formation of the fruits, their infinitely varied hues and savours, proclaim the unsearchable wisdom and goodness of God:" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 148:8, Feb. 27, 2017
Even the mountains praise Him.
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Psalm 148:7, Feb. 24, 2017
Praise the Lord from the earth.
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Psalm 148:6, Feb. 23, 2017
Established forever!
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Psalm 148:4 - 5, Feb. 22, 2017
"He spake the word expressive of the idea in his infinite mind; and they sprang into being according to that idea." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 148:2 - 3, Feb. 21, 2017
Praise ye him, all his angels.
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Psalm 148:1, Feb. 20, 2017
Praise the Lord from the heavens.
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Psalm 147:19 - 20, Feb. 17, 2017
He has not done so with any other nation.
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Psalm 147:17 - 18, Feb. 16, 2017
Who can stand before His cold?
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Psalm 147:15 - 16, Feb. 15, 2017
His word runs swiftly.
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Psalm 147:13 - 14, Feb. 14, 2017
O, the bars of your gates, O Jerusalem.
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Psalm 147:11 - 12, Feb. 13, 2017
What does the Lord desire?
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Psalm 147:9 - 10, Feb. 10, 2017
The young ravens cry.
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Psalm 147:7 - 8, Feb. 9, 2017
Sing to our God.
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Psalm 147:5 - 6, Feb. 8, 2017
His understanding is limitless.
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Psalm 147:3 - 4, Feb. 7, 2017
He heals the broken hearted!
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Psalm 147:1 - 2, Feb. 6, 2017
Praise is beautiful.
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Psalm 146:9 - 10, Feb. 3, 2017
The Lord keeps the stranger.
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Psalm 146:7 - 8, Feb. 2, 2017
"And as he has sustained you so long under your captivity, so will he bring you out of it." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 146:5 - 6, Feb. 1, 2017
Blessed is the God of Jacob.
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Psalm 146:3 - 4, Jan. 31, 2017
All natural Bible study made from only 100% real Bible.
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Psalm 146:1 - 2, Jan. 30, 2017
Praise the LORD, O my soul.
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Psalm 145:19 - 21, Jan. 27, 2017
He will fulfill the desire of them that fear Him.
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Psalm 145:17 - 18, Jan. 26, 2017
The LORD is righteous in all His ways.
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Psalm 145:15 - 16, Jan. 25, 2017
"What a fine figure! The young of all animals look up to their parents for food. God is here represented as the universal Father, providing food for every living creature." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 145:13 - 14, Jan. 24, 2017
Thy kingdom is an everlasting kingdom.
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Psalm 145:11 - 12, Jan. 23, 2017
More from Psalm 145 this week.
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Psalm 145:9 - 10, Jan. 20, 2017
All thy works shall praise thee.
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Psalm 145:7 - 8, Jan. 19, 2017
The LORD is gracious and full of compassion.
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Psalm 145:5 - 6, Jan. 18, 2017
An everlasting kingdom.
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Psalm 145:3 - 4, Jan. 17, 2017
Great is the Lord!
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Psalm 145:1 - 2, Jan. 16, 2017
I will exalt you.
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Psalm 144:13 - 15, Jan. 13, 2017
Happy is that people.
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Psalm 144:10 - 12, Jan. 12, 2017
That our garners may be full.
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Psalm 144:7 - 9, Jan. 11, 2017
I will see a new song unto thee, O God.
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Psalm 144:4 - 6, Jan. 10, 2017
Man is like to vanity.
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Psalm 144:1 - 3, Jan. 9, 2017
My goodness and my fortress.
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Psalm 143:10 - 12, Jan. 6, 2017
Teach me to do thy will.
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Psalm 143:8 - 9, Jan. 5, 2017
Cause me to hear and know!
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Psalm 143:5 - 7, Jan. 4, 2017
"Thou hast often helped me, often delivered me. I will therefore trust in thee, for thy mercy is not clean gone from me." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 143:3 - 4, Jan. 3, 2017
The enemy. Is it Saul, Absalom or someone else?
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Psalm 143:1 - 2, Jan. 2, 2017
Hear my prayer, O LORD.
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Psalm 142:7, Dec. 30, 2016
Bring my soul out of prison.
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Psalm 142:5 - 6, Dec. 29, 2016
When all other refuge fails; call on the Lord.
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Psalm 142:3 - 4, Dec. 28, 2016
Today, the conflict revealed.
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Psalm 142:1 - 2, Dec. 27, 2016
The voice utters it's cry of pain.
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Luke 2:1 - 38, Dec. 21, 2016
and they were sore afraid.
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Luke 1:26 - 60, Dec. 20, 2016
The birth story in Luke's gospel (part 1).
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Matthew 1:18 - 2:18
Emmanuel!
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Psalm 141:9 - 10, Dec. 16, 2016
Keep me from the power of their trap.
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Psalm 141:7 - 8, Dec. 15, 2016
Who or where is your shelter?
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Psalm 141:5 - 6, December 14, 2016
Your Bible bistro will be serving donuts today only. Tomorrow - red meat.
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Psalm 141:3 - 4, Dec. 13, 2016
Set a watch on my mouth!
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Psalm 141:1 - 2, Dec. 15, 2016
Give ear!
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Psalm 140:12 - 13, Dec. 9, 2016
The upright will dwell before you.
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Psalm 140:9 - 11, Dec. 8, 2016
Let them fall into pits.
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Psalm 140:6 - 8, Dec. 7, 2016
I said, "You are my God." Boom!!!
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Psalm 140:4 - 5, Dec. 6, 2016
O LORD, keep me!
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Psalm 140:1 - 3, Dec. 5, 2016
The voice of the Church!
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Psalm 139:23 - 24, Dec. 2, 2016
"Any thing false in religious principle; any thing contrary to piety to thyself, and love and benevolence to man." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 139:20 - 22, Dec. 1, 2016
The enemy, the flesh - me!
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Psalm 139:17 - 19, Nov. 30, 2016
How can this be?
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Psalm 139:15 - 16, Nov. 29, 2016
More about life and its creator.
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Psalm 139:13 - 14, Nov. 28, 2016
Be careful! It's hot!
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Psalm 139:11 - 12, Nov. 25, 2016
Let's hide in the dark.
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Psalm 139:7 - 10, Nov. 24, 2016
Happy Thanksgiving!
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Psalm 139:5 - 6, Nov. 23, 2016
We move today from His knowledge to our knowledge; what a difference!
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Psalm 139:3 - 4, Nov. 22, 2016
He sifts us.
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Psalm 139:1 - 2, Nov. 21, 2016
"The Psalm is very sublime; the sentiments are grand, the style in general highly elevated, and the images various and impressive." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 138:8 Nov. 18, 2016
Thy mercy O LORD is everlasting!
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Psalm 138:6 - 7, Nov. 17, 2016
"Infinitely great as God is, he regards even the lowest and most inconsiderable part of his creation; but the humble and afflicted man attracts his notice particularly." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 138:4 - 5, Nov. 16, 2016
They shall sing in the ways of the LORD.
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Psalm 138:2 - 3, Nov. 15, 2016
"Thy tender mercy shown to me; and for the fulfilment of thy truth-the promises thou hast made." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 138:1 Nov. 14, 2016
With all my heart.
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Psalm 137:8 - 9, Nov. 11, 2016
The curse on Babylon.
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Psalm 137:7 Nov. 10, 2016
The first curse against Edom.
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Psalm 137:5 - 6, Nov. 9, 2016
Above all my chief joys!
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Psalm 137:3 - 4, November 8, 2016
"This was as unreasonable as it was insulting." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 137:1 - 2, November 7, 2016
By the rivers of Babylon.
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Psalm 136:25 - 26, November 4, 2016
"The appointing every living thing food, and that sort of food which is suited to its nature, (and the nature and habits of animals are endlessly diversified,) is an overwhelming proof of the wondrous providence, wisdom, and goodness of God." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 136:22 - 24, November 3, 2016
He has done much for us!
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Psalm 136:19 - 21, November 2, 2016
The inheritance of the land!
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Psalm 136:16 - 18, November 1, 2016
Today we begin the inheritance section.
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Psalm 136:14 - 15, October 31, 2016
The Red Sea can be scary if you're an Egyptian.
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Psalm 136:12 - 13, October 27, 2016
With a strong hand!
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Psalm 136:10 - 11, October 27, 2016
He smote the Egyptians.
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Psalm 136:7 - 9, October 26, 2016
"And God made two great lights; the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night: he made the stars also." Genesis 1:16
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Psalm 136:4 - 6, October 25, 2016
His works describe His goodness and mercy.
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Psalm 136:1 - 3, October 24, 2016
Give thanks!
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Psalm 135:19 - 21, October 21, 2016
O house of Israel!
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Psalm 135:17 - 18, October 20, 2016
"The ultimate fate of gold and silver statutes is to be melted in the fire, and that is what awaits those who wilfully persist in turning from the One True God to idols of any kind" Arnobius
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Psalm 135:15 - 16, October 19, 2016
Silver and Gold!
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Psalm 135:13 - 14, October 18, 2016
"Here are the two great tokens of victory." John Mason Neale
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Psalm 135:10 - 12, October 17, 2016
This one is for Og, king of Bashan.
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Psalm 135:9, October 14, 2016
Praise the Lord!
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Psalm 135:7 - 8, October 13, 2016
He maketh lightnings for the rain.
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Psalm 135:5 - 6, October 12, 2016
Our Lord is above all gods.
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Psalm 135:3 - 4, October 11, 2016
The Lord is good.
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Psalm 135:1 - 2, October 10, 2016
Our 900th episode, Hallelujah!
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Psalm 134:3b, October 7, 2016
He made the heavens.
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Psalm 134:3a, October 6, 2016
"Who governs and possesses all things; and who can give you every spiritual and earthly blessing?" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 134:2, October 5, 2016
In the sanctuary.
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Psalm 134:1b, October 4, 2016
Standing in the Lord's house.
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Psalm 134:1a, October 3, 2016
The Fifteenth step begins today.
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Psalm 133:3b, Sept. 30, 2016
The Lord commanded the Blessing.
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Psalm 133:3a, Sept. 29, 2016
The dew of Hermon.
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Psalm 133:2b, Sept. 28, 2016
"It is customary in the east to pour out the oil on the head so profusely as to reach every limb." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 133:2a, Sept. 27, 2016
"The odour of this must have been very agreeable, and serves here as a metaphor to point out the exquisite excellence of brotherly love." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 133:1, Sept. 26, 2016
Unity!
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Psalm 132:17 - 18, Sept. 23, 2016
A lamp is lit! Praise God.
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Psalm 132:15 - 16, Sept. 22, 2016
I will satisfy her poor with bread.
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Psalm 132:13 - 14, Sept. 21, 2016
What has the LORD desired?
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Psalm 132:12, Sept. 20, 2016
The condition of covenant.
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Psalm 132:10 - 11, Sept. 19, 2016
A truth He will not turn from.
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Psalm 132:8 - 9, Sept. 16, 2016
Clothe us in righteousness!
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Psalm 132:6 - 7, Sept. 15, 2016
We worshiped at His footstool.
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Psalm 132:5, Sept. 14, 2016
David's desire.
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Psalm 132:3 - 4, Sept. 13, 2016
Humility of soul.
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Psalm 132:1 - 2, Sept. 12, 2016
All his afflictions
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Psalm 131:3, Sept. 9, 2016
"Act all as I have done; trust in him who is the God of justice and compassion; and, after you have suffered awhile, he will make bare his arm and deliver you. Short as it is, this is a most instructive Psalm." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 131:2b, Sept. 8, 2016
Like a weaned child.
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Psalm 131:2a, Sept. 7, 2016
"My silence under my affliction was the fullest proof that I neither murmured nor repined, but received all as coming from the hands of a just God." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 131:1b, Sept. 6, 2016
So many things are too wonderful for me!
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Psalm 131:1a, Sept. 5, 2016
"This psalm of trust in God, which unfortunately is too little known, is a wonderfully tender and intimate little song." Artur Weiser
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Psalm 130:7 - 8, Sept. 2, 2016
Let Israel trust in the Lord.
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Psalm 130:5 - 6, September 1, 2016
"This desire, strongly extended from the heart to God, in every mean of grace, and when there is none, is the active, energetic waiting which God requires, and which will be successful." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 130:4 August 31, 2016
"But there is forgiveness with thee,"
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Psalm 130:3 August 30, 2016
Who could stand?
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Psalm 130:1 - 2, August 29, 2016
The six conditions of prayer.
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Psalm 129:7 - 8, August 26, 2016
The mowers don't mow here.
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Psalm 129:5 - 6, August 25, 2016
As grass on the housetops.
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Psalm 129:4 August 24, 2016
The LORD is righteous!
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Psalm 129:3 August 23, 2016
The Plowers plow; it's just what they do.
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Psalm 129:1 - 2, August 22, 2016
Many times have they vexed me from my youth.
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Psalm 128:5 - 6, August 19, 2016
"Thou shalt see the cause of God flourish in thy lifetime, and his Church in great prosperity." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 128:4 August 18, 2016
"A great price for a small consideration. Fear God, and thou shalt have as much domestic good as may be useful to thee." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 128:3 August 17, 2016
The Blessing of God extends to the family of the man who fears the LORD.
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Psalm 128:2 August 16, 2016
Honest work is a blessing that comes from the LORD.
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Psalm 128:1 August 15, 2016
The fear of the LORD brings blessing.
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Psalm 127:5 August 12, 2016
Blessed is the man!
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Psalm 127:4 August 11, 2016
Like arrows in the hand of a mighty man.
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Psalm 127:3 August 10, 2016
"The poor man has from God a number of children, without lands or money; these are his inheritance; and God shows himself their father, feeding and supporting them by a chain of miraculous providences." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 127:2 August 9, 2016
The efforts of men to build, protect and create are simply vain if the Lord's hand is not with them.
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Psalm 127:1 August 8, 2016
A psalm of Solomon.
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Psalm 126:5 - 6, August 5, 2016
The ones who scatter seed in tears shall reap in joy.
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Psalm 126:4 August 4, 2016
Like the streams in the South.
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Psalm 126:3 August 3, 2016
We will be like those who rejoice.
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Psalm 126:2 August 2, 2016
Then will our mouth be filled with laughter.
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Psalm 126:1, August 1, 2016
We will be like the ones who dream!
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Psalm 125:5, July 29, 2016
Lord, lead them forth.
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Psalm 125:4, July 28, 2016
You are good and do good!
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Psalm 125:3, July 27, 2016
The LORD will not allow the wicked to infect the righteous.
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Psalm 125:2, July 26, 2016
To infinity and beyond!
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Psalm 125:1, July 25, 2016
Unshakable!
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Psalm 124:8 July 22, 2016
Who made heaven and earth?
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Psalm 124:6 - 7, July 21, 2016
The LORD is the only one who can break the trap. Call on Him today!
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Psalm 124:4 - 5, July 20, 2016
The waters.
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Psalm 124:2 - 3, July 19, 2016
Men rose up against us.
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Psalm 124:1, July 18, 2016
Let Israel now say!
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Psalm 123:4, July 15, 2016
Our soul is exceedingly filled with the scorning of those that are at ease.
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Psalm 123:3, July 14, 2016
When our sin becomes as odious to us as it is to the Father then Mercy is quickly dispatched.
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Psalm 123:2b, July 13, 2016
"We now wait for thy commands, feeling the utmost readiness to obey them when made known to us." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 123:2a, July 12, 2016
"As servants look to their masters and mistresses, to see how they do their work, that they may do it in the same way; so do we, O Lord, that we may learn of thee, and do thy work in thy own Spirit, and after thy own method." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 123:1 July 11, 2016
"A psalm in solitary address." St. Athanasius
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Psalm 122:8 - 9, July 8, 2016
"Particularly will I wish thee well, because thou art the seat of religion, the place where our merciful God has condescended to dwell." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 122:6 - 7, July 7, 2016
"Let her unanimity never be disturbed; let her prosperity ever be on the increase!" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 122:5, July 6, 2016
Today the third beauty - Judgment.
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Psalm 122:3 - 4, July 5, 2016
The first two of the three beauties of Jerusalem (unity, worship, and Judgment.)
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Psalm 122:1 - 2, July 4, 2016
Happy Fourth of July!
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Psalm 121:8 July 1, 2016
Celebrate July 1st by listening to Daily Dose Radio. (July 1, 1776 is the day Thornton MacGillacutty ran to the printer's shop to make copies for the Continental Congress.)
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Psalm 121:6 - 7, June 30, 2016
The withering effects of the sun are as the attacks of the evil one, but the Lord protects the soul from both.
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Psalm 121:4 - 5, June 29, 2016
Jesu, Redeemer of the earth, Eternal Word of God most High, Light which from Light Unseen hast birth, Our Keeper of unsleeping eye:
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Psalm 121:2 - 3, June 28, 2016
"There is no help for me but in my God; and I expect it from no other quarter." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 121:1 June 27, 2016
When I live with those who hate peace where can I turn?
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Psalm 120:7 June 24, 2016
"We love to be quiet and peaceable; but they are continually engaged in excursions of rapine and plunder." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 120:5 - 6, June 23, 2016
Woe is me!
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Psalm 120:3 - 4, June 22, 2016
"Why did the Psalmist liken malicious speech to an arrow, of all weapons?" Midrash Genesis Rabbah 98
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Psalm 120:1 - 2, June 21, 2016
The climb starts in earnest today.
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Psalm 120 Intro.
Are you ready to ascend?! Today we begin the study of the Ascent Psalms (120 - 134).
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Psalm 119:174 - 175, June 16, 2016
I have longed for thy salvation.
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Psalm 119:172 - 173, June 15, 2016
Glorify Thy hand and Thy right arm, that they may set forth Thy wonderful works.
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Psalm 119:170 - 171, June 14, 2016
Go forth and belch! (I'll not say anything more, you'll have to listen.)
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Psalm 119:169 June 13, 2016
The Tav division; the beginning of the end of Psalm 119.
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Psalm 119:168 June 10, 2016
"For all my ways are before thee." Please join me next week for the final division of Psalm 119.
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Psalm 119:166 - 167, June 9, 2016
My soul hath kept thy testimonies;
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Psalm 119:164 - 165, June 8, 2016
Those who love your law have great peace!
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Psalm 119:162 - 163, June 7, 2016
It's like finding a great treasure.
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Psalm 119:161 June 6, 2016
This week we celebrate with a graduation party from the school of God's word, PS 119!
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Psalm 119:160 June 3, 2016
Thy word is true from the beginning.
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Psalm 119:158 - 159, June 2, 2016
I love your precepts!
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Psalm 119:156 - 157, June 1, 2016
Your compassions are great!
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Psalm 119:154 - 155, May 31, 2016
Redeem me!
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Psalm 119:153 May 30, 2016
Pull it out of me!
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Psalm 119:152 May 27, 2016
Concerning thy testimonies, I have known of old that thou hast founded them for ever.
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Psalm 119:150 - 151, May 26, 2016
"When the enemy comes in as a flood, the Spirit of the Lord lifts up a standard against him." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:148 - 149, May 25, 2016
Finally, in a division on prayer, the voice makes an appearance.
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Psalm 119:146 - 147, May 24, 2016
Today, the first subject of prayer.
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Psalm 119:145 May 23, 2016
I called with the whole heart!
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Psalm 119:144 May 20, 2016
The righteousness of thy testimonies is everlasting:
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Psalm 119:142 - 143, May 19, 2016
The commandments delight me!
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Psalm 119:140 - 141, May 18, 2016
His word being exceedingly tested can be trusted.
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Psalm 119:138 - 139, May 17, 2016
He has appointed His righteous testimonies.
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Psalm 119:137, May 16, 2016
You are righteous, O LORD!
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Psalm 119:136 May 13, 2016
Today, a challenge from the Psalmist.
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Psalm 119:134 - 135, May 12, 2016
Ransom me! What a great prayer especially when others are extorting you.
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Psalm 119:132 - 133, May 11, 2016
The dominion of sin broken!
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Psalm 119:130 - 131 May 10, 2016
May the light of the Word ever shine in your heart.
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Psalm 119:129 May 8, 2016
Marvelous are your works . . . oh wait, marvelous are your testimonies!
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Psalm 119:127 - 128, May 6, 2016
Therefore . . .
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Psalm 119:126 May 5, 2016
It is time for thee, LORD, to work:
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Psalm 119:124 - 125 May 4, 2016
Teach me, that I might understand and know your testimonies.
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Psalm 119:122 - 123, May 3, 2016
"Give a pledge or token that thou wilt help me in times of necessity." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:121 May 2, 2016
The servant division.
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Psalm 119:120 April 29, 2016
"A true conception of God's justice and mercy begets reverence." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:118 - 119, April 28, 2016
Dross means fire. The fire of judgment.
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Psalm 119:116 - 117, April 27, 2016
"Hope daily, hope even in trouble, for Hope maketh not ashamed." John Mason Neale
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Psalm 119:114 - 115, April 26, 2016
I wait for your word!
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Psalm 119:113 April 25, 2016
"How long halt ye between two opinions?" Elijah
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Psalm 119:112 April 22, 2016
"I used the power God gave me, and turned to his testimonies with all mine heart. When we work with God, we can do all things." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:110 - 111, April 21, 2016
The wicked always make snares. What's up with that?
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Psalm 119:108 - 109, April 20, 2016
My soul is in my hand continually,
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Psalm 119:106 - 107, April 19, 2016
How long does it take a watched pot to boil?
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Psalm 119:105 April 18, 2016
Thy word is a lantern unto my feet:
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Psalm 119:104 April 15, 2016
"Spiritual knowledge increases while we tread in the path of obedience. Obedience is the grand means of growth and instruction. Obedience trades with the talent of grace, and thus grace becomes multiplied." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:102 - 103, April 14, 2016
How sweet are thy words unto my taste! yea, sweeter than honey to my mouth!
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Psalm 119:100 - 101, April 13, 2016
I understand more than the ancients, because I keep thy precepts.
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Psalm 119:98 - 99, April 12, 2016
Wiser than my enemies? How is that possible? Only through the commandments!
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Psalm 119:97 April 11, 2016
O how love I thy law! it is my meditation all the day.
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Psalm 119:96 April 8, 2016
I have seen an end of all perfection:
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Psalm 119:94 - 95, April 7, 2016
I am thine, save me;
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Psalm 119:92 - 93, April 6, 2016
Unless thy law had been my delights, I should then have perished in mine affliction.
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Psalm 119:90 - 91, April 5, 2016
Thy faithfulness is unto all generations:
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Psalm 119:89 April 4, 2016
"Thy purposes are all settled above, and they shall all be fulfilled below." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:88 April 1, 2016
"Without the spiritual life there is no obedience; we must therefore rise from the dead, and be quickened by the Spirit of Christ." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:86 - 87, March 31, 2016
All thy commandments are faithful: they persecute me wrongfully; help thou me.
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Psalm 119:84 - 85, March 30, 2016
Our days are few!
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Psalm 119:82 - 83, March 29, 2016
"When wilt thou comfort me?"
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Psalm 119:81 March 28, 2016
This week the eleventh division, the Martyrs section.
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Psalm 119:79 - 80, March 24, 2016
Let my heart be sound in thy statutes;
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Psalm 119:77 - 78, March 24, 2016
Life is only found in the mercy of the Lord.
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Psalm 119:75 - 76, March 23, 2016
"All the dispensations of thy providence are laid in wisdom, and executed in mercy:" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:73 - 74, March 22, 2016
Who made the human heart? Listen today and find out.
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Daily Dose Radio 3rd Anniversary
Remembering the beginning of Daily Dose Radio.
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Psalm 119:71 - 72, March 18, 2016
"Who prefers the law of his God, the Christ that bought him, and the heaven to which he hopes to go, when he can live no longer upon earth, to thousands of gold and silver?" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:70, March 17, 2016
Have you ever cleaned out a clogged sink? A fat heart is like that clog.
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Psalm 119:68 - 69, March 16, 2016
"God is not good in essence only, but in action; and if He were not who could abide upon the earth?" John Mason Neale
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Psalm 119:66 - 67, March 15, 2016
Today we learn that there are two things that come only by the word of the Lord. What are they?
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Psalm 119:65, March 14, 2016
"Every servant of God can testify that God has done him nothing but good, and therefore he can speak good of his name." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:64, March 11, 2016
The final piece to the Grand Experience of the Life of Faith is exaltation.
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Psalm 119:62 - 63, March 10, 2016
Midnight praise and the communion of Saints; two parts to the Grand Experience of the Faithful Life.
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Psalm 119:60 - 61, March 9, 2016
"Here is the true weapon against Satan's craft, repentance without delay." John Mason Neale
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Psalm 119:58 - 59, March 8, 2016
"Narrowly and scrupulously did the psalmist examine his conduct; and the result was, a deep conviction that he had departed from the way of God and truth." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:57, March 7, 2016
This week we are treated to the eight division.
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Psalm 119:56, March 4, 2016
"Though thou didst leave us under the power of our enemies, yet thou hast not left us without the consolations of thy Spirit." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:54 - 55, March 3, 2016
"Thou art Jehovah; and as our God thou hast made thyself known unto us. In the deepest night of our affliction this has consoled me." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:52 - 53, March 2, 2016
The reason why we don't shrink under the attacks of the faithless is because we remember.
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Psalm 119:50 - 51, March 1, 2016
"The word of God is the vital substance of the soul, whereby it is nourished, fed, and ruled." John Mason Neale
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Psalm 119:49 Feb. 29, 2016
The first verse of the seventh division. Enjoy remembering!
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Psalm 119:48 Feb. 26, 2016
A great love for the word of God.
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Psalm 119:46 - 47, Feb. 25, 2016
So many have witnessed without shame before the great men of the earth and now it is our turn.
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Psalm 119:44 - 45, Feb. 24, 2016
"When freed from the present bondage, we shall rejoice in obedience to thy testimonies; we shall delight to keep all thy ordinances." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:42 - 43, Feb. 23, 2016
"It is not enough to have Christ in the heart if we have Him not in the mouth also, as it is written, 'With the heart man believeth unto righteousness and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.'" John Mason Neale
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Psalm 119:41 Feb. 22, 2016
Today begins the sixth division of Psalm 119.
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Psalm 119:40 Feb. 19, 2016
Today we come to the end of the fifth division and we hear the psalmist pray for a reviving.
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Psalm 119:38 - 39, Feb. 18, 2016
Turn away my reproach which I fear:
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Psalm 119:36 - 37, Feb. 17, 2016
Incline my heart unto thy testimonies.
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Psalm 119:34 - 35, Feb. 16, 2016
Make me to go in the path of your commandments.
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Psalm 119:33, Feb. 15, 2016
"To understand the spiritual reference of all the statutes, the law, required a teaching which could only come from God." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:32, Feb. 12, 2016
We've been walking. Now we can run!
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Psalm 119:30 - 31, Feb. 11, 2016
Adam Clarke translates verse 31, "I have been glued to thy testimonies." O may we ever be glued!
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Psalm 119:28 - 29, Feb. 10, 2016
"The propensity to falsity and prevarication, whatsoever is contrary to truth." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:26 - 27, Feb. 9, 2016
Today begins the "way" prayer of the fourth division.
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Psalm 119:25, Feb. 8, 2016
What does your soul cling to?
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Psalm 119:24, Feb. 5, 2016
Who do you run to for counsel and advice?
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Psalm 119:22 - 23, Feb. 4, 2016
Remove from me reproach and contempt;
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Psalm 119:20 - 21, Feb. 3, 2016
A hungering and a thirsting after God's word. This is something we should seek after.
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Psalm 119:18 - 19, Feb. 2, 2016
"Were it not for the darkness of the human intellect, the things relative to salvation would be easily apprehended." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:17, Feb. 1, 2016
Again, in the third section, we begin with keeping.
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Psalm 119:16, Jan. 29, 2016
"I will delight myself in thy statutes:"
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Psalm 119:14 - 15, Jan. 28, 2016
"O how great is the treasure of a tender and approving conscience!" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:12 - 13, Jan. 27, 2016
Blessed art thou, O LORD:
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Psalm 119:10 - 11, Jan. 26, 2016
Rev. Neale says of verse 11, "It is not merely storing the words of the Lord in the memory, albeit this is the primary sense on which they lay stress, but constantly and lovingly meditating on them."
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Psalm 119:9, Jan. 25, 2016
Today we go back to the class room of the word of God and we have our first quiz.
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Psalm 119:7 - 8, Jan. 22, 2016
Adam Clarke gives us a beautiful prayer based on verse eight, "never leave me to my own strength, nor to my own heart!"
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Psalm 119:5 - 6, Jan. 21, 2016
"My soul is unstable and fickle; and it will continue weak and uncertain till thou strengthen and establish it." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 119:3 - 4, Jan. 20, 2016
Is the Bible simply a reference book or is it a source book?
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Psalm 119:1 - 2, Jan. 19, 2016
Pull up a chair. Class is in session. We are all students in the classroom of Psalm 119! "Blessed are you, O LORD, teach me your statutes."
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Psalm 119 Introduction
Today, a brief overview of the "Golden Alphabet" of Psalm 119.
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Psalm 118:27 - 29, Jan. 15, 2016
"O give thanks unto the LORD; for he is good: for his mercy endureth for ever."
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Psalm 118:24 - 26, Jan. 14, 2016
Another Messianic reference? What? Two in one psalm?
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Psalm 118:21 - 23, Jan. 13, 2016
A wonderful passage about the Messiah in today's episode.
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Psalm 118:19 - 20, Jan. 12, 2016
"Open to me the gates of righteousness:"
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Psalm 118:17 - 18, Jan. 11, 2016
"I shall not die, but live, and declare the works of the LORD."
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Psalm 118:13 - 16, Jan. 8, 2016
The end of the first half of Psalm 118.
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Psalm 118:10 - 12, Jan. 7, 2016
All nations compassed me about: Here the enemy returns, and his fate is revealed.
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Psalm 118:6 - 9, Jan. 6, 2016
"Man is feeble, ignorant, fickle, and capricious; it is better to trust in Jehovah than in such." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 118:1 - 5, Jan. 5, 2016
Today begins the first half of our study of Psalm 118. You DO NOT want to miss a single episode.
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Psalm 117, Jan. 4, 2016
The shortest of the psalms, but not short on meaning.
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Psalm 116:16 - 19, Jan. 1, 2016
For all my listeners, I hope you have a blessed and prosperous new year. Happy New Year!
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Psalm 116:12 - 15, Dec. 31, 2015
What shall I render unto the LORD for all his benefits toward me?
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Psalm 116:9 - 11, Dec. 30, 2015
"I will walk before the LORD in the land of the living." What a good word for us today!
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Psalm 116:5 - 8, Dec. 29, 2015
"Those who are meek and lowly of heart, who feel the spirit of little children, these he preserves, as he does little children;" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 116:1 - 4, Dec. 28, 2015
"He that prays much will be emboldened to pray more, because none can supplicate the throne of grace in vain." Adam Clarke
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Luke 2, Dec. 23, 2015
The angels sing a song!
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Luke 1, Dec. 22, 2015
The Christmas story as Luke tells it.
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Matthew 1 - 2, Dec. 21. 2015
The Christmas story from Matthew's gospel.
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Psalm 115:16 - 18, Dec. 18, 2015
"Our fathers, who received so much from thy bounty, are dead, their tongues are silent in the grave; we are in their place, and wish to magnify thy name, for thou hast dealt bountifully with us." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 115:12 - 15, Dec. 17, 2015
This maybe one of the most encouraging statements in the whole revelation of God, "The LORD hath been mindful of us: he will bless us;"
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Psalm 115:9 - 11, Dec. 16, 2015
O Israel, trust thou in the LORD:
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Psalm 115:4 - 8, Dec. 15, 2015
"How brutish to trust in such! And next to these, in stupidity and inanity, must they be who form them, with the expectation of deriving any good from them." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 115:1 - 3, Dec. 14, 2015
Unto your name give glory!
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Psalm 114:8, Dec. 11, 2015
"Who turned stone in mere waters; And cliffs in wells waters."
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Psalm 114:7, Dec. 10, 2015
The earth does tremble at the presence of the Lord, but what earth could he mean?
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Psalm 114:5 - 6, Dec. 9, 2015
"What ailed thee, O thou sea?"
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Psalm 114:3 - 4, Dec. 8, 2015
Creation's reaction to the Lord's deliverance of his chosen people testifies to the glory of God.
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Psalm 114:1 - 2, Dec. 7, 2015
The old Psalter has verse 1 as, "In gangyng of Isrel oute of Egipt, of the house of Jacob fra hethen folke."
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Psalm 113:9, Dec. 4, 2015
A song of Sarah and Elizabeth.
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Psalm 113:7 - 8, Dec. 3, 2015
"The poorest man, in the meanest and most abject circumstances, is an object of his merciful regards." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 113:5 - 6, Dec. 2, 2015
Today, in verse 5, we come to the lynch pin of the entire psalm. Who indeed?
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Psalm 113:3 - 4, Dec. 1, 2015
How long should we praise the Lord? Verse 3 gives us a good idea.
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Psalm 113:1 - 2, Nov. 30, 2015
While cyber Monday shopping listen to five-minute bible study on-demand!
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Psalm 112:9 - 10, Nov. 27, 2015
"He hath dispersed, he hath given to the poor;" The Blessed man is generous.
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Psalm 112:7 - 8, Nov. 26, 2015
Happy Thanksgiving!
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Psalm 112:5 - 6, Nov. 25, 2015
Lord, help us always to guide our affairs with discretion!
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Psalm 112:3 - 4, Nov. 24, 2015
The blessing of the Blessed man identified.
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Psalm 112:1 - 2, Nov. 23, 2015
This week we examine the Blessed man.
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Psalm 111:9 - 10, Nov. 20, 2015
"The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom:"
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Psalm 111:7 - 8, Nov. 19, 2015
About verse eight Clarke says, "They can never fail; for God's power supports his works, and his providence preserves the record of what he has done."
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Psalm 111:5 - 6, Nov. 18, 2015
The Lord God supports His people because He is mindful of His covenant with them!
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Psalm 111:3 - 4, Nov. 17, 2015
The works of the Lord are memorable!
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Psalm 111:1 - 2, Nov. 16, 2015
This week we'll study this beautiful acrostic about the Great Works of the Lord.
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Psalm 110:6 - 7, Nov. 13, 2015
The heads of many countries will be wounded because they reject the King of Kings.
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Psalm 110:5 Nov. 12, 2015
The coming wrath and judgment of the Messiah is prophesied here and seen in Revelation 19. Come quickly Lord Jesus!
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Psalm 110:4, Nov. 11, 2015
Melchizedek, "Now consider how great this man was, unto whom even the patriarch Abraham gave the tenth of the spoils."
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Psalm 110:2 - 3, Nov. 10, 2015
"Thy people shall be willing in the day of thy power," Sounds like the church to me!
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Psalm 110:1 Nov. 9, 2015
This week we study one of the greatest Messianic psalms, second only to Psalm 22.
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Psalm 109:28 - 31, Nov. 6, 2015
"I will greatly praise the LORD with my mouth;"
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Psalm 109:25 - 27, Nov. 5, 2015
This one is a day late. Sorry about that; had technical difficulty.
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Psalm 109:22 - 24, Nov. 4, 2015
"Their knees might fail, by hunger's force subdued; And sink, unable to sustain their load." MERRICK.
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Psalm 109:19 - 21, Nov. 3, 2015
Cursing has it's soulish and physical effect on the human condition.
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Psalm 109:16 - 18, Nov. 2, 2015
The children of Judas, "remembered not to shew mercy, but persecuted the poor and needy man,"
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Psalm 109:13 - 15, Oct. 30, 2015
More about the children of Judas.
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Psalm 109:10 - 12, Oct. 29, 2015
"Let his children be continually vagabonds, and beg:"
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Psalm 109:7 - 9, Oct. 28, 2015
The prophecy concerning Judas.
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Psalm 109:4 - 6, Oct. 27, 2015
Evil for good; hatred for love? This must be a description of the passion of Christ.
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Psalm 109:1 - 3, Oct. 26, 2015
Today we begin a two part study of Psalm 109. Listen to Daily Dose Radio for every verse this week and next.
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Psalm 108:12 - 13, Oct. 23, 2015
"Through God we shall do valiantly:"
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Psalm 108:10 - 11, Oct. 22, 2015
"Who will bring me into the strong city?"
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Psalm 108:7 - 9, Oct. 21, 2015
"God hath spoken in his holiness;"
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Psalm 108:4 - 6, Oct. 20, 2015
For thy mercy is great above the heavens:
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Psalm 108:1 - 3, Oct. 19, 2015
The psalmist says, "O God, my heart is fixed;" Is yours?
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Psalm 107:41 - 43, Oct. 16, 2015
Yet setteth he the poor on high from affliction.
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Psalm 107:36 - 40, Oct. 15, 2015
"How many have lately been raised from nothing, and set upon thrones! And how many have been cast down from thrones, and reduced to nothing! And where are now those mighty troublers of the earth? On both sides they are in general gone to give an account of themselves to God. And what an account!" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 107:32 - 35, Oct. 14, 2015
"Their deliverance from such imminent danger, and in a way which clearly showed the Divine interposition, demands, not only gratitude of heart and the song of praise at the end of the storm." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 107:25 - 31, Oct. 13, 2015
"And what less than the command of God can raise up such winds as seem to heave old Ocean from his bed?" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 107:22 - 24, Oct. 12, 2015
Today is the day to sacrifice the sacrifices of thanksgiving!
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Psalm 107:16 - 21, Oct. 9, 2015
"This is the reason given for thanks to God for his deliverance of the captives. It was not a simple deliverance; it was done so as to manifest the irresistible power of God. He tore the prison in pieces, and cut the bars of iron asunder." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 107:13 - 15, Oct. 8, 2015
"This was the salutary effect which their afflictions produced: they began to cry to God for mercy and help; and God mercifully heard their prayer, and reversed their state;" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 107:9 - 12, Oct. 7, 2015
"and he delivered them out of their distresses."
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Psalm 107:4 - 8, Oct. 6, 2015
"Then they cried unto the LORD in their trouble,"
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Psalm 107:1 - 3, Oct. 5, 2015
Are you ready? Today we begin the fifth and last book of the Psalms.
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Psalm 106:45 - 48, Oct. 2, 2015
Of verse 48 Adam Clarke says, "Here both gratitude and confidence are expressed; gratitude for what God had already wrought, and confidence that he would finish the great work of their restoration."
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Psalm 106:40 - 44, Oct. 1, 2015
"Nevertheless he regarded their affliction, when he heard their cry:" What a beautiful promise for prayer. What a beautiful description of the grace of God.
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Psalm 106:30 - 34, Sept. 29, 2015
Phinehas stands for righteousness yet they anger Him still.
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Psalm 106:25 - 29, Sept. 28, 2015
This week we will study the second half of Psalm 106 and the last verses of the fourth book of the Psalter.
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Psalm 106:21 - 24, Sept. 25, 2015
"Wondrous works in the land of Ham,"
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Psalm 106:16 - 20, Sept. 24, 2015
Korah, Dathan and Abiram rebelled against Moses and the Lord. Their sin and judgment are warnings for us today.
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Psalm 106:11 - 15, Sept. 23, 2015
"They despised the manna, and called it light, that is, innutritive, bread. God gave flesh as they desired, but gave no blessing with it; and in consequence they did not fatten, but grew lean upon it. Their souls also suffered want." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 106:6 - 10, Sept. 22, 2015
Adam Clarke says of verse six, "Here the confession begins;"
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Psalm 106:1 - 5, Sept. 21, 2015
But not as Psalm 105, so also is Psalm 106.
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Psalm 105:41 - 45, Sept. 18, 2015
"for they drank of that spiritual Rock that followed them: and that Rock was Christ." 1 Cor. 10:4
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Psalm 105:37 - 40, Sept. 17, 2015
"Egypt was glad when they departed:"
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Psalm 105:33 - 36, Sept. 16, 2015
The plagues come to a climax in these verses from Psalm 105.
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Psalm 105:29 - 32, Sept. 15, 2015
Fish, frogs and flies, oh my.
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Psalm 105:25 - 28, Sept. 14, 2015
After Joseph what happens? The psalmist leads us to praise God for all his works.
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Psalm 105:21 - 24, Sept. 11, 2015
Jacob came down to Egypt.
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Psalm 105:16 - 20, Sept. 10, 2015
Joseph's story is a part of our episode today.
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Psalm 105:11 - 15, Sept. 9, 2015
The elect are called, "mined anointed" and "my prophets" in today's passage.
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Psalm 105:6 - 10, Sept. 8, 2015
The Lord always remembers His covenant.
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Psalm 105:1 - 5, Sept. 7, 2015
Hold on to your hats! You're going to love Psalm 105. Don't miss an episode this week or next.
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Psalm 104:32 - 35, Sept. 4, 2015
Was there ever a time when the presence of God came into contact with His own creation? Follow the smoke trail with me today on Daily Dose Radio.
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Psalm 104:28 - 31, Sept. 3, 2015
The charity of the Lord; "thou openest thine hand, they are filled with good."
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Psalm 104:25 - 27, Sept. 2, 2015
Even the greatest of the beasts, Leviathan, waits on the Lord. How about you?
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Psalm 104:22 - 24, September 1, 2015
Even the cycle of night and day are under the controlling hand of Almighty God.
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Psalm 104:18 - 21, August 31, 2015
This week, part two of this wonderful psalm in praise of creation.
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Psalm 104:14 - 17, August 28, 2015
"Doth God care for oxen? Yes, and there is not a beast of the field that does not share his merciful regards." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 104:11 - 13, August 27, 2015
It is by God's hand that even the beasts of the field are watered.
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Psalm 104:8 - 10, August 26, 2015
Did you know there is meteorology in the bible? Tune in and find out where.
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Psalm 104:5 - 7, August 25, 2015
Earth sinks beneath, and draws a numerous throng Of ponderous, thick, unwieldy seeds along: About her coasts unruly waters roar; And, rising on a ridge, insult the shore. DRYDEN.
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Psalm 104:1 - 4, August, 24, 2015
We start this psalm the same as the last one, "Bless the Lord, O my soul." However, this psalm is all about the glory of God displayed in His creation.
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Psalm 103:20 - 22, August 21, 2015
Today, the angels are called upon to praise the Lord.
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Psalm 103:18 - 19, August 20, 2015
"From the covenant came the commandments, and their obligation to remember and do them; and on such keepers of the covenant, and doers of the commandments, God promises to pour out his mercy through all generations." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 103:16 - 17, August 19, 2015
Today, the conclusion of man as a flower of the field and another statement about the everlasting Mercy of God.
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Psalm 103:14 - 15, August 18, 2015
As the dust of the earth, as a flower of the grass, He remembers our frame.
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Psalm 103:12 - 13, August 17, 2015
Just how far is the East from the West? If you know that then you know how far the Lord has removed . . .
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Psalm 103:9 - 11, August 14, 2015
Just how high is the heaven above the earth?
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Psalm 103:7 - 8, August 13, 2015
The great definition of the Lord's person is given us today in verse eight.
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Psalm 103:5 - 6, August 12, 2015
Are you oppressed? Then these two verses are just for you.
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Psalm 103:3 - 4, August 11, 2015
Today we will examine the first of the benefits outlined in verses 3 and 4.
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Psalm 103:1 - 2, August 10, 2015
The psalmist, David, explodes in praise and writes for us and all generations one of the most beautiful expressions of adoration.
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Psalm 102:27 - 28, August 7, 2015
Everything fades, changes, and decays BUT the Lord remains the same.
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Psalm 102:24 - 26, August 6, 2015
"We are brought so low in our captivity by oppression, by every species of hard usage, and by death, that there is now no hope of our restoration by any efforts of our own." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 102:21 - 23, August 5, 2015
The Lord looks down from the height of His sanctuary and . . . then what? Find out today from the psalmist!
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Psalm 102:18 - 20, August 4, 2015
The "people yet to be created" who are they? Find out on this episode of Daily Dose Radio.
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Psalm 102:15 - 17, August 3, 2015
"He will regard the prayer of the destitute," what a wonderful promise.
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Psalm 102:12 - 14, July 31, 2015
Is your set time come? Today is the day of salvation!
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Psalm 102:9 - 11, July 30, 2015
We wither as the grass. Do not wait too long before seeking the Lord.
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Psalm 102:6 - 8, July 29, 2015
Are you like the Pelican, the Owl or the Sparrow? If you are you have something in common with the psalmist.
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Psalm 102:3 - 5, July 28, 2015
Consumed, burned, smitten, and withered. The psalmist is not having a good day. Must be time to pray.
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Psalm 102:1 - 2, July 27, 2015
Lament and supplication dominate but what a treasure trove of prayer material for the modern believer.
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Psalm 101:8 - July 24, 2015
Destroying the wicked? To walk in perfection is that not required?
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Psalm 101:6 - 7, July 23, 2015
Are verses six and seven David's voice or the Lord's? Either way, the question is are you walking in a perfect way?
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Psalm 101:3 - 5, July 22, 2015
"I will set no wicked thing before mine eyes:"
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Psalm 101:1 - 2, July 21, 2015
"Through various motives a man will behave with propriety and decorum among others; but none of these motives operate in his own house, where he feels himself master, and consequently under no restraint." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 101:1 - July 20, 2015
This week, David's confession of devotion. [[WARNING]]! He will speak to you and your situation.
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Psalm 100:5 - July 17, 2015
His mercy is everlasting!
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Psalm 100:4, July 16, 2015
Friends, it doesn't get any better than this, "Publicly worship God; and when ye come to the house of prayer, be thankful that you have such a privilege; and when you enter his courts, praise him for the permission." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 100:3, July 15, 2015
Today the fourth imperative - Know! What is it that we are to know? He is God.
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Psalm 100:2, July 14, 2015
"It is your privilege and duty to be happy in your religious worship." Adam Clarke Serve the Lord with gladness!
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Psalm 100:1, July 13, 2015
This is another milestone today. Enjoy episode 600!
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Psalm 99:8 - 9, July 10, 2015
Verse eight is a great verse for your prayer closet. Enjoy!
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Psalm 99:6 - 7, July 9, 2015
" . . . so worship ye the Lord, that he may bless, support, and save you." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 99:4 - 5, July 8, 2015
Verse three tells us that the Lord's name is holy. Today in verse five we hear the psalmist say, "Exalt ye the LORD our God, and worship at his footstool; for he is holy." We serve a holy God!
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Psalm 99:2 - 3, July 7, 2015
Worship, our worship, is the only fitting response to His holiness!
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Psalm 99:1 - July 6, 2015
Two natures are described in this first verse; the Lord's justice and His mercy. They can only exist together in the Holy One of Israel.
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Psalm 98:8 - 9, July 3, 2015
"He comes to make known his salvation, and show his merciful designs to all the children of men." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 98:6 - 7, July 2, 2015
Let the sea roar, and the fullness thereof;
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Psalm 98:4 - 5, July 1, 2015
Do you make a joyful noise? Your noise doesn't have to be in tune with anyone or anything other than your heart.
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Psalm 98:2 - 3, June 30, 2015
"He has delivered his people in such a way as to show that it was supernatural, and that their confidence in the unseen God was not in vain." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 98:1 - June, 29, 2015
Psalm 98 is a wonderful psalm that we will compare to Mary's song in Luke 1:43 - 55. Join DDR everyday this week for some exciting five minute bible study.
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Psalm 97:10 - 12, June 26, 2015
"Every grace of God is a seed, which he intends should produce a thousand fold in the hearts of genuine believers. We do not so much require more grace from God, as the cultivation of what we have received. God will not give more, unless we improve what we have got." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 97:8 - 9, June 25, 2015
The Lord is infinitely exalted above both men and angels.
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Psalm 97:6 - 7, June 24, 2015
Idols are vain and empty things that can never satisfy the human heart. Worship Him!
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Psalm 97:3 - 5, June 23, 2015
A fire goes before Him!
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Psalm 97:1 - 2, June 22, 2015
Starting a new week means starting with five minutes of bible study. You don't want to miss a second of Psalm 97.
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Psalm 96:11 - 13, June 19, 2015
"The publication of the Gospel is here represented as a universal blessing; the heavens, the earth, the sea, and its inhabitants, the field, the grass, and the trees of the wood, are all called to rejoice at this glorious event." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 96:9 - 10, June 18, 2015
The Lord reigneth!
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Psalm 96:7 - 8, June 17, 2015
When was the last time you brought an offering of your lips to the Lord? Give!
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Psalm 96:4 - 6, June 16, 2015
The greatness of the Lord is extolled in today's verses.
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Psalm 96:1 - 3, June 15, 2015
Adam Clarke gives us this comment on verse three, "The heathen do not know the true God: as his being and attributes are at the foundation of all religion, these are the first subjects of instruction for the Gentile world."
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Psalm 95:10 - 11, June 12, 2015
We should end our week with a little Adam Clarke, "These are a people whose idols are in their hearts. At any rate they had not GOD there." Beware, lest you too fail to hear his voice.
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Psalm 95:8 - 9, June 11, 2015
Hard hearts are a common problem. The Israelites hardened theirs. This is their story.
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Psalm 95:6 - 7, June 10, 2015
He is our God and we are the sheep of His pasture. These are the words of covenant. Have you said them?
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Psalm 95:3 - 5, June 9, 2015
Of verse three Adam Clarke says, "The first implies his strength; the second his being and essence; the third, his covenant relation to mankind. In public worship these are the views we should entertain of the Divine Being."
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Psalm 95:1 - 2, June 8, 2015
This week we will enjoy Psalm 95 which is another two part song. Stay tuned all week for the best in five minute devotional podcasting.
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Psalm 94:20 - 23, June 5, 2015
Psalm 94 comes to and end this week and we hear the Psalmist say, "my God is the rock of my refuge." What a wonderful confession of faith!
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Psalm 94:16 - 19, June 4, 2015
What a great question verse 16 presents to the church today. Who will it be? Can we still stand for the word of God against the tidal waves of cultural decline?
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Psalm 94:12 - 15, June 3, 2015
"Blessed is the man . . . " Can you finish this popular phrase of the Psalmist? We've seen this used several times throughout the psalter. It is so important that it begins Psalm 1.
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Psalm 94:5 - 11, June 2, 2015
The God who made the ear and the eye does He not hear and see? Be careful of accusing God of deafness or blindness! His longsuffering is why He waits. Thank God for it.
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Psalm 94:1 - 4, June 1, 2015
This week we will enjoy two psalms in one. A prayer of vengence and a confession of faithfulness.
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Psalm 93:5, May 29, 2015
As God's throne is firmly established so His word is just as sure.
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Psalm 93:4 - May 28, 2015
The majesty of the Lord is compared to the noise of the waters. He is still on His throne!
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Psalm 93:3 - May 27, 2015
Today we come back to earth and find the noisy floods trying to reach God's throne. What could they represent?
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Psalm 93:2 - May 26, 2015
Today we visit God's throne. Please stay behind the red rope and listen closely to verse two.
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Psalm 93:1 - May 25, 2015
"He he has so established the world that nothing can be driven out of order; all is ruled by him." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 92:13 - 15, May 22, 2015
Today we come to the bottom of the steps on the back side of Psalm 92. What will we find?
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Psalm 92:10 - 12, May 21, 2015
Descending now from the heights of verse eight we find the works of God described in their affects on the believer's life - shades of Psalm 1.
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Psalm 92:7 - 9, May 20, 2015
"They are brought down and destroyed; but the Lord is exalted eternally, both for his judgments and his mercies." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 92:4 - 6, May 19, 2015
The psalmist might say, "I am delighted with thy conduct towards me; with the work of thy providence, the works of thy grace, and thy works of creation." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 92:1 - 3, May 18, 2015
"This Psalm begins very abruptly. Good to confess unto the Lord. He had been acknowledging God's goodness, and praising him for his mercy; and now he breaks out and tells how good he felt this employment to be." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 91:14 - 16, May 15, 2015
"Here the Most High is introduced as confirming the word of his servant. He has fixed his love-his heart and soul, on me." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 91:11 - 13, May 14, 2015
Affirmation of the inspired nature of verse 11 comes from a strange source - Satan. Listen in and find our how on today's episode.
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Psalm 91:8 - 10, May 13, 2015
Because we have made the Lord our habitation there shall no evil befall - a causal relationship. Don't ask the question, "Why has evil befallen me?" when your habitation is in the tents of Kedar and not in the courts of the Lord.
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Psalm 91:5 - 7, May 12, 2015
"The godly man lies down in peace, and sleeps quietly, for he trusts his body, soul, and substance, in the hand of God; and he knows that he who keepeth Israel neither slumbers nor sleeps." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 91:1 - 4, May 11, 2015
"It is one of the most excellent works of this kind which has ever appeared. It is impossible to imagine any thing more solid, more beautiful, more profound, or more ornamented. Could the Latin or any modern languages express thoroughly all the beauties and elegancies as well of the words as of the sentences, it would not be difficult to persuade the reader that we have no poem, either in Greek or Latin, comparable to this Hebrew ode." Simon de Muis
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Psalm 90:14 - 17, May 8, 2015
The Lord satisfies us with His mercy. Only mercy can achieve what we need.
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Psalm 90:11 - 13, May 7, 2015
Today Moses starts us down the path toward Mercy.
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Psalm 90:7 - 10, May 6, 2015
"Our wasting lives grow shorter still, As days and months increase; And every beating pulse we tell Leaves but the number less."
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Psalm 90:3 - 6, May 5, 2015
The temporary nature of man is succinctly described by the psalmist.
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Psalm 90:1 - 2, May 4, 2015
This psalm begins the fourth book of the psalter and is attributed to a very famous person in the history of the Bible. Listen in and find out who!
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Psalm 89:49 - 52, May 1, 2015
Thus ends the third book of the psalms.
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Psalm 89:46 - 48, April 30, 2015
"All men are mortal, and death is uncertain and no man, by wisdom, might, or riches, can deliver his life from the hand-the power, of death and the grave." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 89:38 - 45, April 29, 2015
In this passage we have a poetic recounting of the curses Moses said would come on the people if they turned away from following the Lord.
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Psalm 89:33 - 37, April 28, 2015
"My determination to establish a spiritual kingdom, the head of which shall be Jesus, the son of David, shall never fail. My prophets have declared this, and I will not alter the thing that is gone out of my mouth." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 89:27 - 32, April 27, 2015
This week we will explore the second half of Psalm 89. Get out the hard hats, miners lamps and heavy gloves!
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Psalm 89:21 - 26, April 24, 2015
Adam Clarke says of verse 22, "It is worthy of remark that David was never overthrown;" So God's promise to him in his life time was kept.
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Psalm 89:16 - 20, April 23, 2015
"Here the psalmist begins to reason with God relative to David, his posterity, and the perpetuity of his kingdom;" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 89:11 - 15, April 22, 2015
Not only are the earth and the heavens the Lord's but He has even created the compass points of North and South!
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Psalm 89:5 - 10, April 21, 2015
"This may also be considered a reproof to idolaters. Is there any among the heavenly hosts like to God? Even the most glorious of them were made by his hands. Can the stars, or the more distant planets, or the moon, or the sun, be likened unto God most high?" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 89:1 - 4, April 20, 2015
Today we begin a two week study of Psalm 89 which is the last psalm in the third book of the Psalter.
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Psalm 88:15 - 18, April 17, 2015
The fierce wrath of the Lord breaks over the psalmist like the waters of a torrent. They surround him and threaten to overwhelm him. Perhaps you too have been here and understand the his cry.
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Psalm 88:11 - 14, April 16, 2015
"Faithfulness in God refers as well to his fulfilling his threatenings as to his keeping his promises." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 88:8 - 10, April 15, 2015
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Psalm 88:4 - 7, April 14, 2015
The words of the psalmist tells us that the storm of life is violent.
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Psalm 88:1 - 3, April 13, 2015
You are going to love Psalm 88! Please make Daily Dose Radio appointment listening every day this week.
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Psalm 87:6 - 7, April 10, 2015
Here we find out that God is an accountant. "When God takes an account of all professing Christians, he will set apart those for inhabitants of the New Jerusalem who were born in Zion, who were born again, received a new nature, and were fitted for heaven." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 87:5 - April 9, 2015
Jerusalem is established by the Lord just as, "The Christian Church is built on the foundation of the prophets and apostles; Jesus Christ himself being the Cornerstone." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 87:4 - April 8, 2015
The places mentioned in this verse are grand and their cities majestic but none so great as Jerusalem.
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Psalm 87:3 - April 7, 2015
Glorious things are spoken because the Lord is there!
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Psalm 87:1 - 2, April 6, 2015
"That is, he preferred Zion for his habitation, to be the place of his temple and sanctuary, before any other place in the promised land." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 86:15 - 17, April 3, 2015
Adam Clarke says of verse 15, "What a wonderful character of God is given in this verse!"
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Psalm 86:11 - 14, April 2, 2015
Have a blessed Maundy Thursday today.
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Psalm 86:8 - 10, April 1, 2015
"None that trusted in an idol ever had help in time of need; none that prayed to any of them ever had an answer to his petitions." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 86:4 - 7, March 31, 2015
"I found my expectations of help on thy own goodness through which thou art always ready to forgive." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 86:1 - 3, March 30, 2015
The first devotion for Holy week.
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Psalm 85:10 - 13, March 27, 2015
"Yea, the LORD shall give that which is good;" Surely this promise has been fulfilled in Christ Jesus.
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Psalm 85:8 - 9, March 26, 2015
"The psalmist goes as a prophet to consult the Lord; and, having made his request, waits an answer from the spirit of prophecy." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 85:5 - 7, March 25, 2015
"Give us such a complete deliverance as is worthy of thy majesty and mercy to bestow!" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 85:3 - 4, March 24, 2015
Only God can do a "turning work." Adam Clarke says, "And as his work was to save, they beg that his anger towards them might cease."
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Psalm 85:1 - 2, March 23, 2015
Who can forgive iniquity and cover sin? "Whether is easier, to say, Thy sins be forgiven thee; or to say, Rise up and walk? But that ye may know that the Son of man hath power upon earth to forgive sins, (he said unto the sick of the palsy,) I say unto thee, Arise, and take up thy couch, and go into thine house." Luke 5:23 - 24
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Psalm 84:11 - 12, March 20, 2015
The Lord is a sun, as Clarke says, " To illuminate, invigorate, and warm; to protect and defend all such as prefer him and his worship to every thing the earth can produce."
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Psalm 84:9 - 10, March 19, 2015
The longing of the psalmist and every child of God. "For a day in thy courts is better than a thousand. I had rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God, than to dwell in the tents of wickedness." Psalm 84:10
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Psalm 84:5 - 8, March 18, 2015
"Blessed is the man . . ." What wonderful words that take us back to Psalm 1. Continue to celebrate our two year anniversary this week by study Psalm 84 with us.
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Psalm 84:3 - 4, March 17, 2015
"They who have such a constant habitation in thy temple as the sparrow or the swallow has in the house wherein it has built its nest." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 84:1 - 2, March 16, 2015
This week marks Daily Dose Radio's two year anniversary. Some of the episodes are longer than five minutes since we are celebrating.
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Psalm 83:16 - 18, March 13, 2015
"That men may know" This is certainly the reason behind so much of what we experience in this life.
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Psalm 83:13 - 15, March 12, 2015
The tempest of God is invoked to persecute those who are persecuting the people of God. Due to His mercy, He restrains the storm for a time but eventually the gale force winds of His justice are felt.
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Psalm 83:9 - 12, March 11, 2015
Again in verse 12 we hear the voice of the enemies of God. If they can't reach heaven they'll reach out and trouble God's people.
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Psalm 83:5 - 8, March 10, 2015
"The tents of these different people are seen in the grand encampment. Tents are probably mentioned because it seas the custom of some of these people, particularly the Ishmaelites, to live a migratory or wandering life; having no fixed habitation, but always abiding in tents. Their posterity remain to the present day, and act and live in the same manner." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 83:1 - 4, March 9, 2014
"They are not merely the enemies of thy people, but they are the enemies of thyself, thy worship, ordinances, and laws: "They make a tumult," they throng together." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 82:8 - March 6, 2015
"Does not this last verse contain a prophecy of our Lord, the calling of the Gentiles, and the prevalence of Christianity over the earth? Thus several of the fathers have understood the passage. It is only by the universal spread of Christianity over the world, that the reign of righteousness and justice is to be stablished: and of whom can it be said that he shall inherit all nations, but of Jesus Christ?" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 82:6 - 7, March 5, 2015
"Justice shall pursue you, and judgment shall overtake you; and you shall be executed like public state criminals. You shall not, in the course of nature, fall into the grave; but your life shall be brought to an end by a legal sentence, or a particular judgment of God." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 82:5 - March 4, 2015
"Psalm 82:5 They know not, neither will they understand; they walk on in darkness: all the foundations of the earth are out of course."
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Psalm 82:3 - 4, March 3, 2015
The Lord God is the deliverer of the poor and their salvation.
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Psalm 82:1 - 2, March 2, 2015
"'God standeth in the assembly of God.' God is among his people; and he presides especially in those courts of justice which himself has established." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 81:14 - 16, Feb. 27, 2015
"Old Psalter. Thus paraphrased: "He fed thaim with the body of Criste and gastely understandyng; and of hony that ran of the stane, that is, of the wisedome that is swete to the hert." Several of the fathers understand this place of Christ." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 81:11 - 13, Feb. 26, 2015
"God withdrew his restraining grace, which they had abused; and then they fulfilled the inventions of their wicked hearts." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 81:8 - 10, Feb. 25, 2015
This passage reminds us of Deuteronomy 6 and Exodus 20, foundational commands in the covenant God made with Israel.
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Psalm 81:4 - 7, Feb. 24, 2015
The Lord still delivers the shoulder from the burden of slavery and the hands of His people from the pots of bondage.
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Psalm 81:1 - 3, Feb. 23, 2015
"There is much meaning here: as God is our strength, let that strength be devoted to his service; therefore, sing aloud!" Adam Clarke Today is Daily Dose Radio's 500th episode!
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Psalm 80:17 - 19, Feb. 20, 2015
"The only person who can be said to be at the right hand of God as intercessor, is JESUS the MESSIAH. Let him become our Deliverer: appoint him for this purpose, and let his strength be manifested In our weakness!" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 80:12 - 15, Feb. 19, 2015
"out of the wood," contains the suspended letter which marks the middle of the Psalter. It also illustrates the kind of explosive judgment that God will visit on his people.
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Psalm 80:8 - 11, Feb. 18, 2015
The agricultural illustration of the vine and the vineyard begins here in verse 8. Like the mustard plant in the parable of Jesus, it becomes something more than just a vine.
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Psalm 80:4 - 7, Feb. 17, 2015
"A people so wonderfully preserved, and so wonderfully punished, is a mystery to them. They see in us both the goodness and severity of God." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 80:1 - 3, Feb. 16, 2015
"It was between the cherubim, over the cover of the ark, called the propitiatory or mercy-seat, that the glory of the Lord, or symbol of the Divine Presence, appeared." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 79:12 - 13, Feb. 13, 2015
"So we thy people and sheep of thy pasture." Can you make this same confession?
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Psalm 79:10 - 11, Feb. 12, 2015
The sighing of the prisoner, the pleading of the poor man; what gracious ways to describe our condition and words of supplication.
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Psalm 79:7 - 9, Feb. 11, 2015
A wonderful sentiment in light of verse 8. "Visit us not for the sins of our forefathers." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 79:4 - 6, Feb. 10, 2015
No where will you find a more honest prayer than here in verse 5.
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Psalm 79:1 - 3, Feb. 9, 2015
Another ground level prayer during a time of judgment.
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Psalm 78:65 - 72, Feb. 6, 2015
He chose David also his servant, and took him from the sheepfolds:
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Psalm 78:59 - 64, Feb. 5, 2015
"Shiloh was in the tribe of Ephraim the son of Joseph; and God did not suffer his ark to return thither, but to go to Kirjath-jearim, which was in the tribe of Benjamin; from thence to the house of Obed-edom: and so to Zion in the tribe of Judah." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 78:51 - 58, Feb. 4, 2015
"And they bend their tongues like their bow for lies: but they are not valiant for the truth upon the earth; for they proceed from evil to evil, and they know not me, saith the LORD." Jeremiah 9:3
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Psalm 78:43 - 50, Feb. 3, 2015
"This is the first mention we have of evil angels. There is no mention of them in the account we have of the plagues of Egypt in the Book of Exodus, and what they were we cannot tell: but by what the psalmist says here of their operations, they were the sorest plague that God had sent; they were marks of the fierceness of his anger, wrath, indignation, and trouble." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 78:36 - 42, Feb. 2, 2015
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Psalm 78:29 - 35, Jan. 30, 2015
The first half of Psalm 78 comes to a close with what could be called a miniature revival. Will it last? We'll find out next week.
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Psalm 78:21 - 28, Jan. 29, 2015
"After all the miracles they had seen, they were not convinced that there was a Supreme Being! and, consequently, they did not trust in his salvation-did not expect the glorious rest which he had promised them." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 78:15 - 20, Jan. 28, 2015
"1 Corinthians 10:1 Moreover, brethren, I would not that ye should be ignorant, how that all our fathers were under the cloud, and all passed through the sea; 2 And were all baptized unto Moses in the cloud and in the sea; 3 And did all eat the same spiritual meat; 4 And did all drink the same spiritual drink: for they drank of that spiritual Rock that followed them: and that Rock was Christ."
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Psalm 78:9 - 14, Jan. 27, 2015
What is it that God has done?
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Psalm 78:1 - 8, Jan. 26, 2015
"This very Psalm is of this kind, and must have been very useful to the Israelites, as giving instructions concerning their ancient history, and recounting the wonderful deeds of the Almighty in their behalf." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 77:16 - 20, Jan. 23, 2015
The voice of thunder is in the heavens but let Him thunder in your hearts.
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Psalm 77:10 - 15, Jan. 22, 2015
What is the result when we remember the wonders of the Lord? What happens to us when we meditate on the goodness of the Lord?
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Psalm77:7 - 9, Jan. 21, 2015
Today, a question we've all asked in the darkest moments of prayer.
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Psalm 77:4 - 6, Jan. 20, 2015
Journey with me this week as we enjoy the wonders of Psalm 77.
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Psalm 77:1 - 3, Jan. 19, 2015
"The repetition here marks the earnestness of the psalmist's soul; and the word voice shows that the Psalm was not the issue of private meditation, but of deep mental trouble, which forced him to speak his griefs aloud." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 76:10 - 12, Jan. 16, 2015
"He is the only Ruler of princes;" to him they must account. And a terrible account most of them will have to give to the great God; especially those who, instigated by the desire of dominion, have, in the lust of conquest which it generates, laid countries waste by fire and sword, making widows and orphans without number, and extending the empire of desolation and death. - Adam Clarke
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Psalm 76:7 - 9, Jan. 15, 2015
The Lord is to be feared. So, Adam Clarke makes the point, "The great boaster Sennacherib, who carried terror, dismay and desolation every where, was now struck with dumb amazement; and the angel of the Almighty, in a moment, stopped the breath of those hosts in which he confided."
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Psalm 76:4 - 6, Jan. 14, 2015
See 2 Kings 19, for Sennacherib's words and what happened to him, on what might be the background of this psalm.
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Psalm 76:2 - 3, Jan. 13, 2015
"If this refers to the destruction of Sennacherib's army, it may be truly said that God rendered useless all their warlike instruments, his angel having destroyed 185,000 of them in one night." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 76:1 - Jan. 12, 2015
"The true God revealed himself to the Jews. The Israelites, after the separation of the tribes, had the same knowledge, but they greatly corrupted the Divine worship; though still God was great, even in Israel." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 75:9 - 10, Jan. 9, 2015
"These are the words of the psalmist, who magnifies the Lord for the promise of deliverance from their enemies." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 75:7 - 8, Jan. 8, 2015
Verse eight for the eighth of January!
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Psalm 75:5 - 6, Jan. 7, 2015
Promotion comes from the Lord not from our own self interested, self motivated abilities.
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Psalm 75:3 - 4, Jan. 6, 2015
My greatest hope is that these podcasts will be meaningful and help in your spiritual growth.
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Psalm 75:1 - 2, Jan. 5, 2015
"The Chaldee supposes that this Psalm was composed at the time of the pestilence, when David prayed the Lord not to destroy the people." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 74:22 - 23, Jan. 2, 2015
"While we pray to thee for our own salvation, we call upon thee to vindicate thy injured honour: and let all the nations see that thou lovest thy followers, and hatest those who are thy enemies. Let not man prevail against thee or thine." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 74:20 - 21, Jan. 1, 2015
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Psalm 74:18 - 19, Dec. 31, 2014
"Thy people Israel are helpless, defenceless, miserable, and afflicted: O deliver them no longer into the power of their brutal adversaries." Adam Clarke Still a good prayer for Israel.
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Psalm 74:16 - 17, Dec. 30, 2014
"Thou art the Author of light, and of the sun, which is the means of dispensing it." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 74:13 - 15, Dec. 29, 2014
Back from the Christmas week with more from Psalm 74.
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O Come, O Come Emmanuel
Merry Christmas!
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Luke 2:1 - 38, Dec. 24, 2014
The birth of the Christ child for our reading today.
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Luke 1:26 - 60, Dec. 23, 2014
Are you expecting to get an Android devise for Christmas? Well, adorn that phone or tablet with Daily Dose Radio's Android app. You can have every episode of DDR at your finger tips!
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Matthew 1:18 - 2:18, Dec. 22, 2014
This week on Daily Dose Radio we will read the Christmas story from Matthew and Luke's gospel.
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Psalm 74:10 - 12, Dec. 19, 2014
It occasionally appears that God has withdrawn His hand at just the wrong time. This view is always from our perspective. He may have withdrawn His hand to allow judgment to come. We often forget, "And ye have forgotten the exhortation which speaketh unto you as unto children, My son, despise not thou the chastening of the Lord, nor faint when thou art rebuked of him: For whom the Lord loveth he chasteneth, and scourgeth every son whom he receiveth." [Heb. 12:5 - 6]
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Psalm 74:8 - 9, Dec. 18, 2014
"This is the only place in the Old Testament where we have the word synagogue. Indeed, wherever there was a place in which God met with patriarch or prophet, and any memorial of it was preserved, there was a moed, or place of religious meeting; and all such places the Chaldeans would destroy, pursuant to their design to extinguish the Jewish religion, and blot out all its memorials from the earth." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 74:6 - 7, Dec. 17, 2014
Today we have a description of the desecration of the Temple in Jerusalem.
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Psalm 74:4 - 5, Dec. 16, 2014
"Thy people, who were formerly a distinct and separate people, and who would not even touch a Gentile, are now obliged to mingle with the most profane. Their boisterous mirth, their cruel mockings, their insulting commands, are heard every where in all our assemblies." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 74:1 - 3, Dec. 15, 2014
This week, a ground level view of the judgment of God.
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Psalm 73:27 - 28, Dec. 12, 2014
"We have already seen that those who are far off shall perish; therefore, it is ill for them. Those who draw near-who come in the true spirit of sacrifice, and with the only available offering, the Lord Jesus, shall be finally saved; therefore, it is good for them." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 73:24 - 26, Dec. 11, 2014
The psalmist has confidence that he will be received into glory. Do you?
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Psalm 73:21 - 23, Dec. 10, 2014
The psalmist admits his foolishness when he realizes the end of the wicked.
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Psalm 73:18 - 20, Dec. 9, 2014
"Affluence is a slippery path; few have ever walked in it without falling. It is possible to be faithful in the unrighteous mammon, but it is very difficult. No man should desire riches; for they bring with them so many cares and temptations as to be almost unmanageable." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 73:15 - 17, December 8, 2014
"When I reviewed the history of our fathers, I saw that, though thou hadst from time to time hidden thy face because of their sins, yet thou hadst never utterly abandoned them to their adversaries; and it was not reasonable to conclude that thou wouldst do now what thou hadst never done before; and yet the continuance of our captivity, the oppressive hardships which we suffer, and the small prospect there is of release, puzzle me again. These things have been very painful to me." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 73:13 - 14, Dec. 5, 2014
The depth of despair is voiced by our psalmist today. I think everyone will identify with today's episode.
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Psalm 73:10 - 12, Dec. 4, 2014
Today we hear the voice of the prosperous wicked. What do you think they might say?
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Psalm 73:7 - 9, Dec. 3, 2014
When commenting on the blasphemy of the wicked, Adam Clarke says, "They blaspheme God, ridicule religion, mock at Providence, and laugh at a future state."
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Psalm 73:4 - 6, Dec. 2, 2014
The prosperity of the wicked described.
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Psalm 73:1 - 3, Dec. 1, 2014
The psalmist Asaph wrestles with an age old problem in the 73rd psalm. Listen to Daily Dose Radio all this week and next as we follow his argument which he begins here in verse 1.
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Psalm 73 Introduction
Today we will cover the person of Asaph since his name is attached to a majority of the psalms in the third book of the Psalter.
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Psalm 72:15 - 20, Nov. 28, 2014
Prophetically seeing his son, the Messiah, David reveals his resurrection.
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Psalm 72:12 - 14, Nov. 27, 2014
Happy Thanksgiving!
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Psalm 72:9 - 11, Nov. 26, 2014
More about Jesus would I know. The Messiah is again front and center.
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Psalm 72:5 - 8, November 25, 2014
Once again David speaks prophetically about his son, Messiah.
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Psalm 72:1 - 4, Nov. 24, 2014
David's prayer for Solomon and perhaps someone else.
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Psalm 71:22 - 24, Nov. 21, 2014
Musical instruments come to the front in these last verses of Psalm 71.
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Psalm 71:20 - 21, Nov. 20, 2014
A sobering thought penned by the psalmist gives light to our Thursday broadcast. You might want to sit down for this one.
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Psalm 71:18 - 19, Nov. 19, 2014
"He is eternal. He can have none before, and there can be none after; for in the infinite unity of his trinity he is that eternal, unlimited, impartible, incomprehensible, and uncompounded ineffable Being, whose essence is hidden from all created intelligences, and whose counsels cannot be fathomed by any creature that even his own hand can form. WHO IS LIKE UNTO THEE! will excite the wonder, amazement, praise, and adoration of angels and men to all eternity." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 71:16 - 17, Nov. 18, 2014
"I have had thee for my continual instructor: and thou didst begin to teach me thy fear and love from my tenderest infancy. Those are well taught whom God instructs; and when he teaches, there is no delay in learning." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 71:13 - 15, Nov. 17, 2014
"I shall expect deliverance after deliverance, and blessing after blessing; and, in consequence, I will praise thee more and more. As thy blessings abound, so shall my praises." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 71:10 - 12, Nov. 14, 2014
The enemy speaks and the psalmist prays.
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Psalm 71:8 - 9, Nov. 13, 2014
"My expectation of rest and happiness will not be deferred till the time that I shall be an aged man, Thou wilt not withdraw thy presence from me as my flesh decays, and as my natural strength abates; but, on the contrary, as my outward man decays, my inward man shall be renewed day by day. It was in David's old age that the rebellion of Absalom took place." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 71:6 - 7, Nov. 12, 2014
The sanctity of human life is not just a slogan on a placard, it is a truth of the scripture.
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Psalm 71:4 - 5, Nov. 11, 2014
Once again the sanctity of human life is front and center in the Psalms.
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Psalm 71:1 - 3, Nov. 10, 2014
A psalm with no title but lots of good material.
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Psalm 70:5 - Nov. 7, 2014
"My wants are many, my danger great, my time short. O God, delay not!" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 70:4 - Nov. 6, 2014
"Let his glory, mercy, and kindness, continually appear in the increase of his own work in the souls of his followers!" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 70:3 - Nov. 5, 2014
The laughter is, "a note of supreme contempt." Adam Clarke.
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Psalm 70:2 - Nov. 4, 2014
We'll take a trip to Isaiah's prophecy for an unexpected answer to David's prayer.
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Psalm 70:1 - Nov. 3, 2014

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Psalm 69:34 - 36, Oct. 31, 2014
No trick-or-treating here, just a great promise for your prayer life.
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Psalm 69:30 - 33, Oct. 30, 2014
True worship is not found in performance but in the heart.
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Psalm 69:26 - 29, Oct. 29, 2014
Today we will look at the will of God displayed on the cross. (Hello to my listeners in Australia!)
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Psalm 69:22 - 25, Oct. 28, 2014
More of the passion of Christ is in view today as the verse Peter references to describe the person of Judas is found here in Psalm 69.
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Psalm 69:19 - 21, Oct. 27, 2014
A very clear view of the cross of Christ.
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Psalm 69:16 - 18, Oct. 24, 2014
"Such tender mercies towards the children of men!" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 69:13 - 15, Oct. 23, 2014
"In an acceptable time" refers to today.
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Psalm 69:9 - 12, Oct. 22, 2014
The gospel writer John takes up verse nine to give background to the cleansing of the temple.
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Psalm 69:5 - 8, Oct. 21, 2014
The beautiful language of contrition is spoken in the opening verse of our passage today.
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Psalm 69:1 - 4, Oct. 20, 2014
A picture that might have inspired John Bunyan's slough of despond.
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Psalm 68:33 - 35, Oct. 17, 2014
He rides on the heavens. Ride on Lord Jesus!
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Psalm 68:29 - 32, October 16, 2014
Kings bringing presents sounds a little like the Christmas story!
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Psalm 68:26 - 28, October 15, 2014
He is the well-spring of all things for the people of Israel and for the church.
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Psalm 68:22 - 25, October 14, 2014
We will remember Naboth in today's podcast.
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Psalm 68:19 - 21, October 13, 2014
Part two of Psalm 68 happens NOW! Are you ready?
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Psalm 68:15 - 18, October 10, 2014
I didn't think I would make it to verse 18 this week, but here we are. If you've enjoyed part one of Psalm 68 please join us next week for part two.
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Psalm 68:8 - 14, October 9, 2014
Verse 11, " The Lord gave the word: great was the company of those that published it." was a foundation for this podcast.
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Psalm 68:4 - 7, October 8, 2014
He rides on the heavens!
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Psalm 68:1 - 4, October 7, 2014
This one didn't go as planned. I'll try to get through verse 4 today but don't be surprised if I come back to it tomorrow. Sooo good on soooo many levels!
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Psalm 68:1 - October 6, 2014
"Yet of the composition itself I have the highest opinion: it is sublime beyond all comparison; it is constructed with an art truly admirable; it possesses all the dignity of the sacred language; none but David could have composed it; and, at this lapse of time, it would require no small influence of the Spirit that was upon him, to give its true interpretation." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 67:7 - October 3, 2014
The blessing of God, seen in His people, brings reverence to His name.
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Psalm 67:6 - October 2, 2014
"Whenever true religion prevails, every thing partakes of its beneficent influence." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 67:3 - 5, October 1, 2014
"They shall be made happy in thy salvation. Even their political state shall be greatly meliorated; for God will be acknowledged the supreme Judge; their laws shall be founded on his word; and the nations of the earth shall be governed according to judgment, justice, and equity." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 67:2 - September 30, 2014
God's way, THE Way!
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Psalm 67:1 - September 29, 2014
This psalm starts with a quote from Numbers and the blessing the Lord taught Moses.
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Psalm 66:16 - 20, September 26, 2014
"Come and hear, all ye that fear God, and I will declare what he hath done for my soul."
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Psalm 66:13 - 15, September 25, 2014
"This is generally the time when good resolutions are formed, and vows made; but how often are these forgotten when affliction and calamity are removed!" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 66:8 - 12, September 24, 2014
"Who have so much cause as you to sing praises to the Lord? Hear what he has done for you:" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 66:5 - 7, September 23, 2014
"Let every man lay God's wonderful dealings with us to heart;" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 66:1 - 4, September 22, 2014
"Let his glorious and merciful acts be the subject of your songs." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 65:12 - 13, September 19, 2014
The goodness of the Lord is painted in language sublime in these final two verses of Psalm 65.
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Psalm 65:9 - 11, September 18, 2014
The Lord blesses all His creation with the goodness of His hand.
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Psalm 65:5 - 8, September 17, 2014
Terrible things done in righteousness, sounds like an oxymoron but it's not. Let's find out what might fit into that category.
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Psalm 65:3 - 4, September 16, 2014
The Lord's children are always satisfied with His goodness.
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Psalm 65:1 - 2, September 15, 2014
"All human beings should pray to God; and from him alone the sufficient portion of human spirits is to be derived. It is supposed to be a prediction of the calling of the Gentiles to the faith of the Gospel of Christ." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 64:9 - 10, September 12, 2014
"They shall see that God does not abandon his followers to the malice of bad men. The rod of the wicked may come into the heritage of the just; but there it shall not rest." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 64:7 - 8, September 11, 2014
"But God" These words are the game changer for the Psalmist and for us.
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Psalm 64:5 - 6, September 10, 2014
Who will see the trap? God does!
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Psalm 64:3 - 4, September 9, 2014
"They devise the evil they shall speak, and meditate on the most provoking, injurious, and defamatory words; as the soldier whets his sword that he may thereby the better cut down his enemies." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 64:1 - 2, September 8, 2014
Afraid, David ask God to hide and preserve him.
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Psalm 63:9 - 11, September 5, 2014
David has rejoiced in the blessing of following the Lord but now we have the end result for the wicked.
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Psalm 63:7 - 8, September 4, 2014
" "My soul cleaves (or) is glued after thee." This phrase not only shows the diligence of the pursuit, and the nearness of the attainment, but also the fast hold he had got of the mercy of his God." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 63:5 - 6, September 3, 2014
Notice service to the Lord brings with it marrow and fatness not dryness and leanness.
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Psalm 63:3 - 4, September 2, 2014
"This is the language of every regenerate soul. But O how few prefer the approbation of God to the blessings of life, or even to life itself in any circumstances!" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 63:1 - 2, September 1, 2014
A most beautiful Psalm of praise and devotion.
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Psalm 62:11 - 12, August 29, 2014
"These, then, are the two grand truths that the law, yea, the whole revelation of God, declares through every page. He is the Almighty; he is the most merciful; and hence the inference: The powerful, just, and holy God, the most merciful and compassionate Lord, will by and by judge the world, and will render to man according to his works. How this beautiful meaning should have been unseen by almost every interpreter, is hard to say: these verses contain one of the most instructive truths in the Bible." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 62:9 - 10, August 28, 2014
Trust in men and wealth verses trust in God. What will you rely on?
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Psalm 62:5 - 8, August 27, 2014
"There is none but him in whom thou canst safely trust; and to get his help, resign thyself into his hands; be subject to him, and be silent before him; thou hast what thou hast deserved." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 62:3 - 4, August 26, 2014
The faithfulness of God is seen now in the light of the deceitfulness of the men who are attacking David.
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Psalm 62:1 - 2, August 25, 2014
The exclusivity of the Gospel is reflected here in David's words.
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Psalm 61:6 - 8, August 22, 2014
"He shall ever appear in the presence of God for us. And he ever sits at the right hand of the Majesty on high; for he undertook this office after having, by his sacrificial offering, made atonement for our sins." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 61:4 - 5, August 21, 2014
"These simple comparisons, drawn from rural affairs and ordinary occurrences, are more pleasing and consolatory in the circumstances in question, than allegories derived from subjects the most noble and sublime." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 61:3 - August 20, 2014
We are reminded again of David's faith statement in Psalm 18.
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Psalm 61:2 - August 19, 2014
"But who can bear prosperity? How many hearts filled with heavenly ardour in affliction and persecution have grown cold under the beams of the sun of prosperity!" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 61:1, August 18, 2014
The words of a person who is earnestly seeking the Lord.
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Psalm 60:11 - 12, August 15, 2014
Exhausted from seeking the empty handed help of men David calls for help from the Lord.
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Psalm 60:9 - 10, August 14, 2014
"It is God alone from whom we can expect our enlargement. He who has cast us off, and has abandoned us in battle; it is that very God alone from whom we expect complete enlargement, the repossession of our own land, and the subduction of the surrounding nations; and we expect this, because he has graciously promised these mercies." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 60:6 - 8, August 13, 2014
When God speaks He always speaks in holiness.
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Psalm 60:4 - 5, August 12, 2014
A banner stretched out over the Lord's beloved. This sounds so much like the Song of Songs.
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Psalm 60:1 - 3, August 11, 2014
Has God cast off His people forever? David remembers the hard things they've had to endure as he surveys the blessings of 1 Chronicles 18.
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Psalm 59:14 - 17, August 8, 2014
"When I came with small means and feeble help, and had the force and fraud of many enemies to contend with, besides the corruption and unfaithfulness of my own people; thou wast then my defense; and in all attacks, whether open or covered, my sure refuge. I will, therefore, sing of thy mercy in the morning-I will hasten to acquit myself of a duty I owe to thee for such singular interpositions of mercy and power." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 59:10 - 13, August 7, 2014
"Prevent" is not used by us in quite the same way. Here it means to go before. The Lord is going before David. He always goes ahead of His people.
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Psalm 59:7 - 9, August 6, 2014
A wonderful contrast today. Adam Clarke describes verse seven this way, "They use the lowest insult, the basest abuse. They deal in sarcasm, ridicule, slander, and lies." David just calls it belching. While they are engaged in that behavior the Lord in verse eight is said to be laughing.
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Psalm 59:4 - 6, August 5, 2014
More biblical fauna as the dogs come in at evening and surround the city. David uses this as a refrain to describe his attackers.
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Psalm 59:1 - 3, August 4, 2014
A psalm written with the background of 1 Samuel 19. David prays for deliverance from the hands of bloody men.
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Psalm 58:10 - 11, August 1, 2014
This passage is both prophetic and apocalyptic. Fitting for a Friday study.
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Psalm 58:8 - 9, July 31, 2014
Today the parade of biblical fauna continues with the snail. He may be slow, so stick around for the show.
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Psalm 58:6 - 7, July 30, 2014
The breaking work of God in the lives of men. Oh, and, lions - more biblical fauna on DDR.
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Psalm 58:3 - 5, July 29, 2014
What?! Wait, how did a snake get in here? Lots of biblical fauna this week on Daily Dose Radio.
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Psalm 58:1 - 2, July 28, 2014
A rhetorical question begins the psalm which sets the stage for what follows. Join DDR this week as we explore a golden psalm of David.
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Psalm 57:10 - 11, July 25, 2014
"David was not only in a happy state of mind when he wrote this Psalm, but in what is called a state of triumph. His confidence in God was unbounded; though encompassed by the most ferocious enemies, and having all things against him except God and his innocence." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 57:7 - 9, July 24, 2014
"My heart is prepared to do and suffer thy will. It is fixed-it has made the firmest purpose through his strength by which I can do all things." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 57:5 - 6, July 23, 2014
"Let the glory of thy mercy and truth be seen in the heavens above, and in the earth beneath. Several of the fathers apply what is said above to the passion of our Lord, and what is said here to his resurrection." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 57:3 - 4, July 22, 2014
"Here mercy and truth are personified. They are the messengers that God will send from heaven to save me. His mercy ever inclines him to help and save the distressed. This he has promised to do; and his truth binds him to fulfil the promises or engagements his mercy has made, both to saints and sinners." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 57:1 - 2, July 21, 2014
After another near miss by Saul, David writes this "golden" psalm of praise.
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Psalm 56:12 - 13, July 18, 2014
"Thy vows are upon me," David said. What could he mean? Find out today on Daily Dose Radio and perhaps you'll see that His vows are on you as well.
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Psalm 56:8 - 11, July 17, 2014
Did you know the Lord has a bottle in which He collects the tears of his saints? No tear shed by a believer goes unnoticed, uncollected or unrecorded by the Lord. David tells us about this in today's passage.
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Psalm 56:5 - 7, July 16, 2014
David's enemies have formed a gang with one intention in mind, to do harm to him. He knows it and tells the Lord. Who do you tell when this happens to you?
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Psalm 56:3 - 4, July15, 2014
"What time I am afraid, I will trust in thee." What else needs to be said?
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Psalm 56:1 - 2, July 14, 2014
David begins this psalm with a prayer for mercy. The enemy is pressing in on him and he asks for God's merciful help. Not a bad prayer to start out a week on.
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Psalm 55:19 - 23, July 11, 2014
"He shall bear both thee and thy burden. What a glorious promise to a tempted and afflicted soul! God will carry both thee and thy load. Then cast thyself and it upon him." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 55:15 - 19, July 10, 2014
"My life he has preserved in perfect safety from the sword; for there were many with me: 'for in many afflictions his WORD was my support.' - Targum. Or David may refer to the supernatural assistance which was afforded him when his enemies were so completely discomfited." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 55:12 - 14, July 9, 2014
The darkest moment of any life must be the moment of betrayal by a close friend. David tells us what that was like from his experience.
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Psalm 55:8 - 11, July 8, 2014
Storms and tempests swirl and rage and blow against the Christian soul. This is a part of living the life of faith but when it comes from unexpected sources that makes the bite sting a little bit more.
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Psalm 55:1 - 7, July 7, 2014
"No man ever described a wounded heart like David." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 54:6 - 7, July 4, 2014
"The name of God is descriptive of (His) nature; full of goodness and mercy to man. And it is good to be employed in such a work: whoever worships thee in sincerity is sure to be a gainer. To him who orders his conversation aright, thou dost show thy salvation." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 54:5 - 6, July 3, 2014
The name of the Lord which David made his prayer in, in verse one comes up here in verse six. David says it is good. What a perfect way to describe the Lord.
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Psalm 54:3 - 4, July 2, 2014
With the strangers attaching him on one hand David chooses to seek the Lord who he calls, his helper. He could be your helper too.
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Psalm 54:2 - 3, July 1, 2014
Prayer comes natural for us when the oppressor is knocking at our door. Often, he is sent by the hand of providence to remind us of our need to cry out to Him.
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Psalm 54:1 - June 30, 2014
David's situation is so uncertain that he begins this psalm with his request, "Save me."
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Psalm 53:6 - June 27, 2014
"I have already shown that the proper translation is, 'Who shall give from Zion salvation to Israel?' The word salvation is in the plural here, deliverances: but many MSS., with the Septuagint, Vulgate, Arabic, and Anglo-Saxon, have it in the singular." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 53:4 - 5, June 26, 2014
What the workers of iniquity lack in knowledge they make up for in zeal. But the biggest thing they lack is the humility to call on God.
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Psalm 53:1 - 3, June 25, 2014
How does filthiness happen to us? David answers that question here in the first three verses of this psalm.
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Psalm 53:1 - 2, June 24, 2014
In today's episode we will begin to look at the doctrine of the total depravity of man. This podcast may not be suitable for people who think their good deeds will propitiate the deity.
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Psalm 53:1 - June 23, 2014
The parallel psalm to psalm 14. The fool says something ridiculous.
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Psalm 52:9 - June 20, 2014
"I will wait on thy name," This there anything more essential to the Christian devotion?
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Psalm 52:7 - 8, June 19, 2014
"The wicked man trusts in his riches: I trust in my God. He, like a bad tree, bringing forth poisonous fruit, shall be cursed, and pulled up from the roots; I, like a healthy olive in a good soil, shall, under the influence of God's mercy, bring forth fruit to his glory. As the olive is ever green, so shall I flourish in the mercy of God for ever and ever." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 52:5 - 6, June 18, 2014
Just like a gardener plucks up the weeds from a garden, and that suddenly and without remedy, so God will root out the weeds of wickedness from this life.
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Psalm 52:2 - 4, June 17, 2014
While the goodness of God is steadfast the tongue of the wicked love to cut and wound.
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Psalm 52:1 - June 16, 2014
David is sold out by Doeg the Edomite and writes this psalm communicating his trouble.
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Psalm 51:16 - 19, June 13, 2014
"As my crimes are such as admit of no legal atonement, so thou hast reserved them to be punished by exemplary acts of justice, or to be pardoned by a sovereign act of mercy: but in order to find this mercy, thou requirest that the heart and soul should deeply feel the transgression, and turn to thee with the fullest compunction and remorse." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 51:13 - 15, June 12, 2014
After repentance David is ready to teach others what he has learned.
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Psalm 51:9 - 12, June 11, 2014
Only God can create a clean heart!
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Psalm 51:5 - 8, June 10, 2014
The doctrine of total depravity is front and center in today's episode. "A genuine penitent will hide nothing of his state; he sees and bewails, not only the acts of sin which he has committed, but the disposition that led to those acts. He deplores, not only the transgression, but the carnal mind, which is enmity against God. The light that shines into his soul shows him the very source whence transgression proceeds; he sees his fallen nature, as well as his sinful life; he asks pardon for his transgressions, and he asks washing and cleansing for his inward defilement. Notwithstanding all that Grotius and others have said to the contrary, I believe David to speak here of what is commonly called original sin; the propensity to evil which every man brings into the world with him, and which is the fruitful source whence all transgression proceeds." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 51:1 - 4, June 9, 2014
After Nathan the prophet reveals David's sin, David owns it and records for us his prayer to the Lord. This psalm is very instructive on repentance and the mercy and lovingkindness of the Lord.
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Psalm 50:21 - 23, June 6, 2014
Amazing!
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Psalm 50:16 - 20, June 5, 2014
The Lord now turns from the saints to the wicked. What does he have to say? Find out today on DDR.
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Psalm 50:7 - 15, June 4, 2014
The Lord presents His complaint to His saints. Their religious observance has not had the desired effect on their hearts. So often we turn the sacred into superstition.
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Psalm 50:4 - 6, June 3, 2014
With great fanfare the heavens announce the coming of the judge of all the earth.
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Psalm 50:1 - 3, June 2, 2014
We start off Psalm 50 with a new author, Asaph. Who was he and will we see him again? Enjoy his first psalm this week.
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Psalm 49:16 - 20, May 30, 2014
"The rich and honourable man who has no spiritual understanding, is a beast in the sight of God. The spirit of this maxim is, A man who is in a dignified official situation, but destitute of learning and sound sense, is like a beast. The important place which he occupies reflects no honour upon him, but is disgraced by him." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 49:14 - 15, May 29, 2014
A comparison awaits us today as the psalmist compares the end of the man who trusts in his riches with the man who trusts in the Lord.
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Psalm 49:10 - 13, May 28, 2014
Everyone dies! The psalmist reminds us that no matter what station we find ourselves in, in this life, we all must face our own mortality.
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Psalm 49:6 - 9, May 27, 2014
What do you trust in? The psalmist suggests that the rich man trusts in his riches.
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Psalm 49:1 - 5, May 26, 2014
The psalmist identifies his audience and asks an important question that sets the stage for the rest of the psalm.
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Psalm 48:12 - 14, May 23, 2014
Tell the towers and mark the bulwarks! We should know the city of our God, we should know the doctrines and the very word that teaches them.
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Psalm 48:9 - 11, May 22, 2014
How great is His name? That's how great His praise is!
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Psalm 48:8 - May 21, 2014
"God has often interposed and afforded us a most miraculous defence." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 48:4 - 7, May 20, 2014
The heathen rage and what happens? Well, here in these verses they are amazed, troubled, and in fear as they see the city of the great King.
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Psalm 48:1 - 3, May 19, 2014
"Great is the Lord and greatly to be praised." What else needs to be said.
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Psalm 47:9 - May 16, 2014
"He is greatly exalted." The truth of this grand exclamation is greater than we can understand. It reaches higher and runs deeper than any man can plumb.
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Psalm 47:7 - 8, May 15, 2014
"He is not your King only, but the King of the universe. He has no limited power, no confined dominion." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 47:5 - 6, May 14, 2014
Why, if the bible tells us to sing, do we stand around with our thumbs under our arms? This is especially curious when we are standing in the sanctuary during worship.
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Psalm 47:3 - 4, May 13, 2014
"This is also applied to the conversion of the Gentiles, whom he has chosen to inherit all those spiritual blessings typified by the sacrifices and other significant rites and ceremonies." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 47:1 - 2, May 12. 2014
The Lord our God is enthroned in this wonderful psalm of praise. He is enthroned in your heart?
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Psalm 46:10 - 11, May 9, 2014
While war rages God calls us to stillness. Let us pursue peace and run from violence.
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Psalm 46:8 - 9, May 8, 2014
Wars rage between nations and peoples but the worse wars are those that we wage in our hearts.
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Psalm 46:6 - 7, May 7, 2014
The God of Jacob is our help and refuge. What a wonderful thought and beautiful verse.
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Psalm 46:4 - 5, May 6, 2014
"God will not abandon them that trust in him; he will maintain his own cause; and, if his Church should at any time be attacked, he will help her, and that right early-with the utmost speed." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 46:1 - 3, May 5, 2014
"God is our refuge and strength." What wonderful words for a Monday on Daily Dose Radio.
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Psalm 45:13 - 17, May 2, 2014
The bride is glorious and presented to the king.
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Psalm 45:10 - 12, May 1, 2014
The bride of Christ is beautifully described in this passage.
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Psalm 45:6 - 9, April 30, 2014
This passage is quoted in the New Testament by the apostle to argue for the deity of Christ Jesus. Join us today and find out more.
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Psalm 45:2 - 5, April 29, 2014
The first line of verse two gives us a clue as to whom this psalm is addressed. "Thou art fairer than the children of men:"
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Psalm 45:1 - April 28, 2014
"I believe it to be an epithalamium, or nuptial song," Adam Clarke.
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Psalm 44:23 - 26, April 25, 2014
"That we may have that proper view of thy mercy which we should have, and that we may magnify it as we ought to do, redeem us." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 44:17 - 22, April 24, 2014
"Because of our attachment to thee and to thy religion, we are exposed to continual death; and some of us fail a daily sacrifice to the persecuting spirit of our enemies, and we all carry our lives continually in our hands." Adam Clarke The apostle quotes verse 22 when dealing with the state of persecution the early church faced in Romans 8:36.
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Psalm 44:9 - 16, April 23, 2014
Made a present to their enemies the people of Israel were disposed of by the Lord but not forgotten.
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Psalm 44:4 - 8, April 22, 2014
"I will not trust in my bow," Why is this so hard for us? We trust in all things that are unable to save us except the one thing that is able to.
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Psalm 44:1 - 3, April 21, 2014
"Neither by their valour, nor cunning, nor for their merit; yet, they were obliged to fight. But how did they conquer? By the right hand of the Lord, and by his arm; by his strength alone, and the light of his countenance-his favour most manifestly shown unto them." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 44:1 - 3, April 21, 2014
"Neither by their valour, nor cunning, nor for their merit; yet, they were obliged to fight. But how did they conquer? By the right hand of the Lord, and by his arm; by his strength alone, and the light of his countenance-his favour most manifestly shown unto them." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 43:4 - April 17, 2014
There is only one place to find true joy. Listen to the words of the Psalmist and discover it for yourself.
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Psalm 43:3 - April 16, 2014
"We are in darkness and distress, O send light and prosperity; we look for the fulfilment of thy promises, O send forth thy truth. Let thy light guide me to thy holy hill, to the country of my fathers; let thy truth lead me to thy tabernacles, there to worship thee in spirit and in truth." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 43:2 - April 15, 2014
"The God of my strength" is the one who gifts me with whatever is necessary for my daily need and for His glory.
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Psalm 43:1 - April 14, 2014
Judge me, plead my cause, and deliver me are all prayers that we understand. "There was in a city a judge, which feared not God, neither regarded man: And there was a widow in that city; and she came unto him, saying, Avenge me of mine adversary." Luke 18:2 - 3
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Psalm 42:9 - 11, April 11, 2014
"Als the Hert yernes til the welles of waters; so my saule yernes til the God." - From the Olde English Psalter.
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Psalm 42:6 - 8, April 10, 2014
"The psalmist seems to represent himself as cast away at sea; and by wave impelling wave, is carried to a rock, around which the surges dash in all directions, forming hollow sounds in the creeks and caverns. At last, several waves breaking over him, tear him away from that rock to which he clung, and where he had a little before found a resting-place, and, apparently, an escape from danger." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 42:3 - 5, April 9, 2014
Did you know that your tears have a voice? What do yours say to you? In the passage today we hear the Psalmist's speak.
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Psalm 42:1 - 2, April 8, 2014
"The hart feels himself almost entirely spent; he is nearly hunted down; the dogs are in full pursuit; he is parched with thirst; and in a burning heat pants after the water, and when he comes to the river, plunges in as his last refuge." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 42 Introduction
Written for or collected by the Sons of Korah this first Psalm of the second book of the Psalter is powerful in its beauty and simplicity.
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Psalm 41:13 - April 4, 2014
"By all these circumstances and events glory shall redound to the name of God for ever; for the record of these things shall never perish, but be published from one generation to another; and it has been so." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 41:10 - 12, April 3, 2014
"This also has been applied to our Lord; and Calmet says it is the greatest proof we have of the divinity of Christ, that he did not permit the malice of the Jews, nor the rage of the devil, to prevail against him. They might persecute, blaspheme, mock, insult, crucify, and slay him; but his resurrection confounded them; and by it he gained the victory over sin, death, and hell." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 41:9 - April 2, 2014
Today's verse is quoted by our Lord in John 13.
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Psalm 41:4 - 8, April 1, 2014
David's prayer in verse 4 gives us insight into the nature of his suffering and of ours.
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Psalm 41:1 - 3, March 31, 2014
An episode perfect for opening day.
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Psalm 40:16 - 17, March 28, 2014
"Seeing that my miserable state occupies thy heart, it will soon employ thy hand. Thou, who meditatest upon me, wilt deliver me." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 40:13 - 15, March 27, 2014
Help and deliverance come only from the Lord.
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Psalm 40:6 - 12, March 26, 2014
Another passage used by the writers of the New Testament to argue for the divinity of Christ. This one is found in the book of Hebrews.
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Psalm 40:4 - 5, March 25, 2014
"The psalmist seems here astonished and confounded at the counsels, loving-kindnesses, and marvellous works of the Lord, not in nature, but in grace; for it was the mercy of God towards himself that he had now particularly in view." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 40:1 - 3, March 24, 2014
Again we read the word "wait" but this time it is not an imperative directed at the reader but a recounting of the Lord's blessing David for having done so.
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Daily Dose Radio 1 Year Anniversary
We've been broadcasting a daily, five minute bible study for one year.
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Psalm 39:7 - 13, March 20, 2014
"When God comes to maintain the credit and authority of his law against a sinner, he "causes his beauty to consume away:" a metaphor taken from the case of a culprit, who, by the arguments of counsel, and the unimpeachable evidence of witnesses, has the facts all proved against him, grows pale, looks terrified; his fortitude forsakes him, and he faints in court." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 39:4 - 6, March 19, 2014
What is the measure of my days? A powerful question that David addresses in our passage today.
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Psalm 39:1 - 3, March 18, 2014
More anniversary podcasting that is fresh and delicious.
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Psalm 39 Introduction - March 17, 2014
It's Monday of Daily Dose Radio's anniversary week. Listen and invite a friend.
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Psalm 38:21 - 22, March 14, 2014
The last two verses of Psalm 38 David leaves us with a great prayer, "Forsake me not."
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Psalm 38:19 - 20, March 13, 2014
Following the thing that good is, is always the best way.
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Psalm 38:17 - 18, March 12, 2014
Adam Clarke has a great comment on verse 17, "So completely infirm is my soul, that it is impossible for me to take one right step in the way of righteousness, unless strengthened by thee."
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Psalm 38:15 - 16, March 11, 2014
David's words are pure poetry, "In thee, O Lord, do I hope." He is our only helper.
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Psalm 38:13 - 14, March 10, 2014
While his enemies speak mischievous things David says nothing to defend himself. This passage reminds us of Isaiah's prophecy of the suffering servant.
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Psalm 38:11 - 12, March 7, 2014
The effects of sin not only deteriorate the individual but also seep into every relationship and tarnishes them.
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Psalm 38:9 - 10, March 6, 2014
At this point in the psalm I think we can guess what David's desire is. Adam Clarke's commentary gives us this, " I long for nothing so much as thy favour; and for this my heart is continually going out after thee."
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Psalm 38:6 - 8, March 5, 2014
We saw yesterday what caused David's condition but today we read the result, "I am troubled." If you have ever been troubled follow David as he walks us through this Psalm.
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Psalm 38:3 - 5, March 4, 2014
David reveals the root of his problem. His sin stands at the top of his list.
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Psalm 38:1 - 3, March 3, 2014
For the first podcast of March we find a prayer in Psalm 38 that we might be likely to pray. "He was sensible that he was suffering under the displeasure of God; and he prays that the chastisement may be in mercy, and not in judgment." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 37:37 - 40, February 28, 2014
Verse 37 says, "Mark the perfect man, and behold the upright:" Why? Adam Clarke gives us his wisdom. "Take notice of him: he is perfect in his soul, God having saved him from all sin, and filled him with his own love and image. And he is upright in his conduct; and his end, die when he may or where he may, is peace, quietness, and assurance for ever."
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Psalm 37:30 - 36, February 27, 2014
"The law of his God is in his heart;" O, may it ever so be with us. The heart so conditioned by God's word is able to navigate the uneven steps of this life and fulfill the second half of this verse, "none of his steps shall slide."
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Psalm 37:25 - 29, February 26, 2014
David shares his wisdom from a life time of experiences. He's seen somethings over the years that are important for you to know.
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Psalm 37:21 - 24, February 25, 2014
I know I quote Adam Clarke a lot but this one is a beautiful commentary on the second half of verse 21. "Because he has received mercy from God, therefore he shows mercy to men. And even to his enemies he showeth mercy, and giveth; his heart being disposed to it by the influence of Divine grace, and his hand being enabled to do it by the blessing of God's providence."
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Psalm 37:20 - February 24, 2014
The second half of Psalm 37 begins just like the first half with a description of the vanishing wicked.
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Psalm 37:16 - 19, Feb. 21, 2014
"He is acquainted with all his circumstances, severings, and ability to bear them; and he will either shorten his trials or increase his power. The Lord also approves of the man and his concerns; and his inheritance shall be for ever. He shall have God for his portion, here and hereafter." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 37:10 - 15, Feb. 20, 2014
"Thou art eternal in thy compassions, and wilt hear the prayer of a penitent soul." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 37:7 - 9, Feb. 19, 2014
"Do not find fault with thy Maker; he does all things well for others, he will do all things well for thee. And, set thyself to expect him; and be determined to expect, or wait for him." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 37:2 - 6, Feb. 18, 2014
Adam Clarke puts it best in his comment on verse 4, "The godly man never indulges a desire which he cannot form into a prayer to God."
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Psalm 37:1 - February 17, 2014
Another acrostic psalm written by David. What might this one teach us? Let's find out as we work through this second longest psalm so far.
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Psalm 36:11 - 12, February 14, 2014
Foot and hand are not enough to remove the person who trusts in the goodness of the Lord!
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Psalm 36:7 - 10, February 13, 2014
"No man can illuminate his own soul; all understanding must come from above. Here the metaphor is changed, and God is compared to the sun in the firmament of heaven, that gives light to all the planets and their inhabitants. "God said, Let there be light; and there was light; "by that light the eye of man was enabled to behold the various works of God, and the beauties of creation: so, when God speaks light into the dark heart of man, he not only beholds his own deformity and need of the salvation of God, but he beholds the "light of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ;" "God, in Christ, reconciling the world to himself." "In thy light shall we see light." This is literally true, both in a spiritual and philosophical sense." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 36:5 - 7, February 12, 2014
After a brief description of the wicked man, David paints a beautiful picture of the Lord's excellence.
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Psalm 36:2 - 4, February 11, 2014
The hatefulness of pride is on display in these verses. The wicked are deceived and on the path to destruction.
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Psalm 36:1 - February 10, 2014
"It is not by example that such a person sins; the fountain that sends forth the impure streams is in his own heart. There the spirit of transgression lives and reigns; and, as he has no knowledge of God, so he has no fear of God; therefore, there is no check to his wicked propensities: all come to full effect." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 35:27 - 28, February 7, 2014
"Let the Lord be magnified" what a wonderful word of praise to end this psalm and this week. Let the church say, "Let the Lord be magnified."
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Psalm 35:24 - 26, February 6, 2014
David's enemies play "gotcha" just like the enemies of Christ did. The tempter will always try to invalidate the mercy of the Lord in our lives.
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Psalm 35:24 - February 5, 2014
What a wonderful verse! David calls on the Lord to judge him. Listen to Daily Dose and enjoy.
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Psalm 35:19 - 23, February 4, 2014
David delivers his defense to the Lord who he knows has seen all. Adam Clarke puts it this way, "I have delivered my cause into thy hand, and appeal to thee as my Judge; and by thy decision I am most willing to abide."
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Psalm 35:17 - 18, February 3, 2014
What a daring question David asks of the Lord. How honest and real it is! This sounds like something we might pray and teaches us that the bible is written from within the experience of every man.
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Psalm 35:15 - 16, January 31, 2014
In these verses we find a shadow of the passion of Christ.
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Psalm 35:11 - 14, January 30, 2014
"This might refer to the case of Absalom, who was much beloved of his father, and for whose life and prosperity he no doubt often prayed, wept, and fasted." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 35:7 - 10, January 29, 2014
"God is peculiarly mindful of the poor. Where secular advantages are withheld, there is the more need for spiritual help. God considers this, and his kind providence works accordingly." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 35:4 - 6, January 28, 2014
"chaff before the wind" where have we seen that phrase before? Psalm 1 just keeps popping up in David's writing.
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Psalm 35:1 - 3, January 27, 2014
David prays that the Lord will dress Himself as a warrior and stand between him and his enemies.
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Psalm 34:20 - 22, January 24, 2014
Another Messianic passage used by the gospel of John during the crucifixion of Christ.
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Psalm 34:17 - 19, January 23, 2014
" 'the beaten-out spirit.' In both words the hammer is necessarily implied; in breaking to pieces the ore first, and then plating out the metal when it has been separated from the ore. This will call to the reader's remembrance Jer 23:29: "Is not my word like as a fire, saith the Lord? And like a hammer that breaketh the rock in pieces?" The breaking to shivers, and beating out, are metaphorical expressions: so are the hammer and the rock. What the large hammer struck on a rock by a powerful hand would do, so does the word of the Lord when struck on the sinner's heart by the power of the Holy Spirit. The broken heart, and the contrite spirit, are two essential characteristics of true repentance." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 34:16 - January 22, 2014
Looking back to the book of Numbers and other passages to fill out the study of this verse.
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Psalm 34:15 - January 21, 2014
Michael Jackson sang the chorus to, "Somebodies Watching Me." I wonder if he read our psalm?
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Psalm 34:11 - 14, January 20, 2014
David provokes us to humility, which is the key to learning, by calling us children. Are you a child? Can you learn? David has something to teach us today on Daily Dose Radio.
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Psalm 34:9 - 10, January 17, 2014
"He who truly fears God loves him; and he who loves God obeys him, and to him who fears, loves, and obeys God, there can be no want of things essential to his happiness, whether spiritual or temporal, for this life or for that which is to come." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 34:7 - 8, January 16, 2014
"I should rather consider this angel in the light of a watchman going round his circuit, and having for the objects of his especial care such as fear the Lord." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 34:4 - 7, January 15, 2014
"This answers to the history; for when David heard what the servants of Achish said concerning him, "he laid up the words in his heart, and was greatly afraid," Adam Clarke. What fears can he save you from?
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Psalm 34:1 - 3, January 14, 2014
Who are the humble and why would David invite them?
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Psalm 34 Introduction
We have a reference to when David was before Abimelech. We'll review the reference and look into other interesting aspects of this Psalm of David.
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Psalm 33:20 - 22, January 10, 2014
"Here is the fruit of our confidence: our souls are always happy, because we have taken God for our portion." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 33:18 - 19, January 9, 2014
Somebody is watching you. Today's passage will reveal who that is.
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Psalm 33:16 - 17, January 8, 2014
salvation and deliverance? Whose hands are they in? If you can't trust the strength of a horse who can you trust?
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Psalm 33:13 - 15, January 7, 2014
"This and the following verse seem to refer to God's providence. He sees all that is done in the earth, and his eye is on all the children of men," Adam Clarke. What does He see? Is anything in the shadows?
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Psalm 33:12 - January 6, 2014
Election in the Old Testament - we go to Deuteronomy and then back to Genesis.
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Psalm 33:10 - 12, January 3, 2014
Is the doctrine of election found in the Old Testament? Find out today as David teases the subject in this passage from the Psalms.
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Psalm 33:6 - 9, January 2, 2014
David, the creationist, gives us another lesson straight from the Psalms.
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Psalm 33:4 - 5, January 1, 2014
Welcome the new year with Psalm 33 in an interesting 5 minute devotion.
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Psalm 33:1 - 4, December 31, 2013
"Let sense and sound accompany each other; let the style of the music be suited to the words. This skill is possessed by few singers. They can make a loud noise, but they cannot adapt sound to sense." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 33:1 - 3, December 30, 2013
It is right that we should give thanks to Him who is the fountain of all that we have received. Find out what the Psalmist has to say about this on today's episode.
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Luke 2 - December 25, 2013
A reading from Luke 2 for Christmas day.
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Luke 1 - December 24, 2013
A reading from Luke 1 for Christmas eve.
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Matthew 1:18 - 2:18, December 23, 2013
A reading from Matthew's gospel to begin the Christmas week.
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Psalm 32:10 - 11, December 20, 2013
I love this quote, "Man was made for happiness, but his happiness must be founded on holiness: and holiness, as it comes from God, must be retained by continual union with him." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 32:8 - 9, December 19, 2013
"They will only act by force and constraint; be not like them; give a willing service to your Maker. "They have no understanding;" you have a rational soul, made to be guided and influenced by reason. The service of your God is a reasonable service; act, therefore, as a rational being." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 32:3 - 7, December 18, 2013
Today, the problem of unconfessed sin and the remedy.
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Psalm 32:1 - 2, December 17, 2013
Who is the blessed man and why is he so blessed? Shadows of Psalm 1 might be found here.
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Psalm 32:1 - December 16, 2013
David gives us a didactic psalm to teach us about forgiveness of sins.
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Psalm 31:23 - 24, December 13, 2013
"It is only the saints that can love God, as they only are made partakers of the Divine nature. Holy spirits can love God, who is the fountain of their holiness; and the saints should love him." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 31:20 - 22, December 12, 2013
Today find out what it is that the Lord hides. The "them" is under the microscope on Daily Dose.
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Psalm 31:17 - 19, December 11, 2013
When you boil all religious experience down to its center you have the heart cry of verse 17.
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Psalm 31:16 - December 10, 2013
The words of this verse take us back to Numbers 6 and all the way up to Daniel 9. May the Lord make His face shine upon you today.
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Psalm 31:14 - 15, December 9, 2013
Are your "times" in His hands? This week we will study the second half of Psalm 31. A great start today with verse 14 and 15.
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Psalm 31:9 - 13, December 6, 2013
Reminiscent of the passion of Christ. These could be the words Jesus prayed in the garden.
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Psalm 31:5 - 8, December 5, 2013
Words spoken by The Lord Jesus and Steven when faced with death. Again, the Psalms are a hotbed for Messianic language.
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Psalm 31:3 - 4, December 4, 2013
It's Bible Wednesday! Enjoy the new Eco-friendly version of Daily Dose.
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Psalm 31:2 - 3, December 3, 2013
David calls for the ear of the Lord. What will he whisper or shout this time?
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Psalm 31:1 - December 2, 2013
What does it mean to be delivered by the Lord's righteousness? Listen to Daily Dose this week and find out.
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Psalm 30:10 - 12, November 29, 2013
"I have not prayed in vain. Though I deserved to be cut off from the land of the living, yet thou hast spared me, and the remnant of my people. Thou hast taken away my sackcloth, the emblem of my distress and misery, and girded me with gladness, when thou didst say to the destroying angel, when he stood over Jerusalem ready to destroy it: "It is enough, stay now thy hand;" Adam Clarke
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Psalm 30:5 - 9, November 28, 2013
"When he afflicts, it is for our advantage, that we may be partakers of his holiness, and be not condemned with the world. If he be angry with us, it is but for a moment; but when we have recourse to him, and seek his face, his favour is soon obtained, and there are lives in that favour-the life that now is, and the life that is to come." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 30:4 - November 27, 2013
"Be ye holy," saith the Lord, "for I am holy." He who can give thanks at the remembrance of his holiness, is one who loves holiness; who hates sin; who longs to be saved from it; and takes encouragement at the recollection of God's holiness, as he sees in this the holy nature which he is to share, and the perfection which he is here to attain. Adam Clarke
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Psalm 30:1 - 3, November 26, 2013
Look at all that the Lord has done for David just in these three verses. Now think, how much has he done for you in the last three days?
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Psalm 30:1 - November 25, 2013
"I will lift thee up, for thou hast lifted me up. Thou hast made me blessed, and I will make thee glorious. Thou hast magnified me in thy mercy; and I will show forth thy praise, and speak good of thy name." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 29:9 - 11, November 22, 2013
"He governs universal nature; whatsoever he wills he does, in the heavens above, in the earth beneath, and in all deep places. Every phenomenon is under his government and control." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 29:7 - 9, November 21, 2013
This reminds me of a passage in Hebrews. We'll consider the similarities on this episode of Daily Dose.
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Psalm 29:5 - 6, November 20, 2013
The power of the Lord's voice is alluded to in these verses.
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Psalm 29:3 - 4, November 19, 2013
David takes us back to creation as we continue to worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.
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Psalm 29:1 - 2, November 18, 2013
Let's give the Lord an offering of our best!
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Psalm 28:7 - 9, November 15, 2013
"I have the fullest persuasion that he hears, will answer, and will save me." Adam Clarke
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Psalm 28:6 - November 14, 2013
David's confident statement concerning his request in verse two.
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Psalm 28:5 - November 13, 2013
"They have no knowledge of the true God, either as to his nature, or as to his works." Who could Rev. Clarke be talking about?
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Psalm 28:3 - 4, November 12, 2013
David's request begins with a statement concerning the wicked. We will return to Psalm 10 and David's description of the wicked and compare it to this psalm.
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Psalm 28:1 - 2, November 11, 2013
David begins this psalm with familiar words. Where have we heard this before?
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Psalm 27:13 - 14
The most difficult, troubling four letter word in the sacred text stands before us in these verses, "wait." Prepare yourself!
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Psalm 27:11 - 12, November 7, 2013
What have you seen in the land of the living? David says he's seen the goodness of the Lord. Let's find out more.
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