Psalm 118:17-29

  • November 8, 2020
  • BY Scott Lilly
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HOSANNA Charles Haddon Spurgeon: Jesus in all things has the preeminence, he is the principal stone of the whole house of God. God himself laid him where he is, and hid within him all the precious things of the eternal covenant; and there he shall forever remain the foundation of all our hopes, the glory … [Read More...] Psalm 118:17-29
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Psalm 117:1-2

  • October 25, 2020
  • BY Scott Lilly
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LAUD Alexander McLaren: The historical limitations of God’s manifestation to a special nation were means to its universal diffusion. The fire was gathered in a grate, that it might warm the whole house. All men have a share in what God does for Israel. Lesson Audio https://moodyaudiobucket.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/audios/2020/10/30164832/Psalm117.1-2_102520.mp3   Right Click / Save to download lesson … [Read More...] Psalm 117:1-2
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Psalm 116:1-19

  • October 18, 2020
  • BY Scott Lilly
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LOVE Thomas Manton: It is love that doth open our mouths, that we may praise God with joyful lips. The proper intent of mercies is to draw us to God. When the heart is full of a sense of the goodness of the Lord, the tongue cannot hold its peace. Self love may lead us … [Read More...] Psalm 116:1-19
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Psalm 115:1-18

  • October 11, 2020
  • BY Scott Lilly
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TRUST John Gill: He is the help of his people; they are helpless in themselves, and vain is the help of man, for there is none in him; there is no help but in the Lord, and he is a present, seasonable, and sufficient help. Jehovah the Father has promised them help, and he is … [Read More...] Psalm 115:1-18
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Psalm 114:1-8

  • October 4, 2020
  • BY Scott Lilly
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TREMBLE John Calvin: The sea, in rendering such obedience to its Creator, sanctified His name; and Jordan, by its submission, put honor upon His power; and the mountains, by their quaking, proclaimed how they were overawed at the presence of His dreadful majesty. The psalmist interrogates the sea, Jordan, and the mountains, in a familiar … [Read More...] Psalm 114:1-8
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Psalm 113:1-9

  • September 27, 2020
  • BY Scott Lilly
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PRAISE Charles Haddon Spurgeon: Praise, O ye servants of the LORD. Ye above all men, for ye are bound to do so by your calling and profession. If God's own servants do not praise him, who will? Ye are a people near unto him, and should be heartiest in your loving gratitude. While they were … [Read More...] Psalm 113:1-9
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Psalm 112:1-10

  • September 22, 2020
  • BY Scott Lilly
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FEAR Charles Haddon Spurgeon: This man not only studies the divine precepts and endeavors to observe them, but rejoices to do so: holiness is his happiness, devotion is his delight, truth is his treasure. Let self-righteous men praise themselves, but he who has been made righteous by grace renders all the praise to the Lord. … [Read More...] Psalm 112:1-10
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Psalm 111:1-10

  • September 13, 2020
  • BY Scott Lilly
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REMEMBER! Barton Bouchier: We see the stress here laid upon a whole heart, and the want of which is the great canker of all vital godliness. Men are ever attempting to unite what the word of God has declared to be incapable of union--the love of the world and of God--to give half their heart … [Read More...] Psalm 111:1-10
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Psalm 110:1-7

  • September 6, 2020
  • BY Scott Lilly
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SIT! Abraham Wright: What doctrine doth the Scripture afford more comfortable to a drooping soul than this, that God hath sworn his Son a priest for ever, to sanctify our persons, and purge our sins, and tender all our petitions to his Father? What sin is so heinous, for which such a priest cannot satisfy … [Read More...] Psalm 110:1-7
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Psalm 109:1-31

  • August 30, 2020
  • BY Scott Lilly
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HELP! Charles Haddon Spurgeon: The misery caused to a good man by slanderous reports no heart can imagine but that which is wounded by them; in all Satan’s armory there are no worse weapons than deceitful tongues.   Note: Scott mentions his lesson on Psalm 137. That audio can be found here.  Lesson Audio https://moodyaudiobucket.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/audios/2020/08/30204733/Psalm109.1-31_083020.mp3 … [Read More...] Psalm 109:1-31
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