Psalm 7: A Call for Personal and Worldwide Justice

Psalm 7: A Call for Personal and Worldwide Justice

This psalm reveals a deep truth about how God dispenses his justice–and it is a truth that the world does not understand. Three passages from Scripture are listed below to illustrate this failure of the world to understand how God metes out judgment and justice:

“Evil men do not understand justice, but those who seek the Lord understand it completely” (Prov. 28:5 RSV).

“A man’s own folly ruins his life, yet his heart rages against the Lord” (Prov. 19:3 NIV).

The Wilderness

“Anita Spade” immediately noticed that the affordable place that she rented for her family was unlivable. As soon as she paid the deposit and first month rent, she was informed that the house was scheduled to be cleaned and fixed within the next couple of days. She was also told to expect a couple of inspections done to it by then too. Whatever needed to be fixed and replaced were to be taken care of shortly afterwards. After the house passed those tests, she was to receive basic kitchen appliances, as well as to have the water and utilities able to be turned on for her usage.

Psalm 6: God’s Help and Judgment: Now and Then

Psalm 6

A psalm of someone in deep trouble. This much is clear.

6:1: “O Lord, do not rebuke me in your anger or discipline me in your wrath.”

Psalm 5: Morning Prayer vs. Evening–the Difference

Psalm 5

5:1: “Give ear to my words, O Lord, consider my sighing.”

Another psalm in which the psalmist bares his soul to the Lord. And once again his lament and pain of heart is that so many reject God and do not honor him with the praise and glory he deserves.

Psalm 4: The God that Works

This is the fourth in the series of what the Holy Spirit shared with me concerning the Psalms.

Psalm 4< 4:1:“Answer me when I call to you, O my righteous God. Give me relief from my distress; be merciful to me and hear my prayer.”

At first, this might seem to be another plea for help from God to deliver the psalmist from his troubling plight. There are, after all, many such psalms and God himself invites us to do this very thing, to turn to him in our troubles and seek his help: He wants to be our God, who helps us in our time of need:

You Can Control Your Thoughts!

For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he… (Proverbs 23:7).

The importance of Growth For Christians

Until a child grows, he does not differ from a servant. He is under tutor and governors. When he grows he takes his full position and begins to reign. Until a Christian grows, he cannot enjoy fully his rights and inheritance in Christ. Galatians 4:1-2

God designed us to grow:

God wants us to grow into Christ in all things. The Bible says we should desire the word of God that we may grow thereby. Ephesians 4:15-16, 1 Peter 2:3

Increase the result we produce:

Welcome to Bible Study !

I invite you to participate in Bible Study and meditate on God’s Word. I’m starting with ‘Book of Esther’, which is one of my favourite book. Esther is one of the most humble person described in Bible which won favour of everyone. She ultimately risked her life to save her Jewish people.
BOOK OF ESTHER
Summary of Chapter 1

Bible Studies from an Indian Man of God

I know the author of this book personally. He wishes to remain anonymous, but has generously consented to the publication of his book on this website for the edification of the Body of Christ.

 

Let this book be a starting point for your further studies on these matters.

 

Michael

Practicing the Lordship of Christ

Which Way Lord?

By Dr. Chandrakumar Manickam


Chapter 1

Practicing the Lordship of Christ

Visit Dr Chandrakumar’s website for more information on his books, videos, CDs and ministry training programmes, as well as information on how to contact him for speaking engagements.

What do we actually mean by the term practicing the Lordship of Christ? It involves: (1) Authority,
(2) Ownership, (3) Devotion, (4) Dependence, (5) Priorities, (6) Yielding.

 

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