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MP3 Through the Bible - Old Testament

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Included in this series is a verse by verse series of studies covering the entire Old Testament books taught by Pastor Jack Abeelen. This series contains 362 studies encoded in the MP3 format. To listen to these studies, an MP3 player must be used. Old Testament Through the Bible Series.
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MP3 Psalms

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This study album contains all of Pastor Jack's studies from the book of Psalms. They have been encoded into the MP3 format, available on USB Flash Drive or CD Album.
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Book Of Praises

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6/1/2003
Psalms 1-2
Psalm 1, is a perfect introduction to Israel’s hymn book where the saint and sinner is contrasted. The saint is seen for the things he doesn’t do and the things that he does do with a predicted result of joy and fruitfulness. Whereas the sinner because of his refusal to come to God will eventually be separated from the saints and be judged and damned. Psalm 2 is a messianic psalm in that we see the world from God’s perspective. As such, He has set His Son, Jesus, to be the righteous standard by which all will one be judged.
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God Help Me Morning & Evening

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6/1/2003
Psalms 3-5
These psalms record David words and experiences when he was on the run from his son, Absalom. In spite of David’s enemy pursuing him, Psalm 3 records that David was able to sleep in peace because of his trust in God. Psalm 4, continues with David’s great hour of trial. David talks about being set apart or sanctified and as such he was under God’s protective care. In spite of the circumstances, David, by faith, looked ahead to God’s blessing and thus was able to find rest. Psalm 5 is a continuation of David’s run from Absalom. After a restful night, he awakens in the morning and offers his prayer to God. With great expectancy, David looked forward to returning to Jerusalem and once again going into the house of the Lord to worship. Certainly David is a great a example of what it is to walk by faith.
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Prayers, Praises, And Promises

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6/1/2003
Psalms 6-10
By covering 5 psalms in each study, we thus have a collection of mini topical messages. These message reflect emotional experiences by the writers showing their times of rejoicing and times of anguish. Psalm 6 speaks of David’s emotional upheaval and his cry to God for deliverance. Psalm 7 reflects David’s feelings during a time of when he was being slandered. Psalm 8, is a glimpse into David’s life as a shepherd and how being in the out of doors he understood the greatness of God through observing His creation. In Psalm 9, David praises the Lord with his whole heart because he knows that God is just and one day will judge his enemies. In Psalm 10, Pastor Jack looks at practical atheism and how the words of David aptly describe our country today.
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David Writes Of Faith & Folly

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6/1/2003
Psalms 11-15
In this collection we have several mini studies that help us in our daily walk as we learn to trust the Lord in every situation. It seems that Psalm 11, was written by David while he was in Saul’s court and after he had killed Goliath. His track record on the battlefield heightened Saul’s jealousy toward David to the point of wanting to kill him eventually putting David on the run forcing him to draw close to the Lord. Psalm 12, David contrasts the deceptive words of the ungodly to the pure words of the Lord. Psalm 13 is a cry of David to the Lord asking why he has not been delivered from his enemies. How often do we cry to the Lord for answers only to find that we must wait and be patient. Psalm 14 records David estimation of man and particularly those who deny His very existence. Those, whom we see as self-proclaiming atheists are looked up by God as fools. Lastly, Psalm 15 looks at the man who abides with God. He is one who walks uprightly and speaks the truth in his heart.
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How Glorious Is Our God

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6/1/2003
Psalms 16-20
In Psalm 16, we find David, because of his distrust in works and his hatred of idolatry, flees to God for salvation and preservation. Psalm 17, shows David’s confidence in his integrity and cries out to God to be his defense against his prideful enemies. Psalm 18 is a praise and thanksgiving psalm as David reflects back upon his life and God’s faithfulness to him. Psalm 19 is about God’s Word and the many ways He seeks to reveal Himself to man. Finally in Psalm 20, we find the people preparing for war and wanting a godly leader who is in touch with God. Certainly this should be the cry of our nation today.
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Saved By His Love

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6/1/2003
Psalms 21-25
Psalm 20 expressed the people’s cry for a godly leader as the nation of Israel prepared for war. After God provided a great victory we now find the people in Psalm 21 expressing their thanksgiving to God for his great deliverance and answer to prayer. Psalm 22 is a messianic psalm that graphically and prophetically describes Jesus upon the cross and the work of redemption that He accomplished for us. Psalm 23, is no doubt an all time favorite describing how David learned about the shepherding nature of God through his own work of being a shepherd. Psalm 24 is another messianic psalm that speaks of a future time when Jesus will come to earth and set up His promised kingdom and be recognized as the King of Kings. Psalm 25 is David’s cry to the Lord as he asks for God’s guidance, protection, and pardon.
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Songs Of Prayer & Faith

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6/1/2003
Psalms 26-30
Psalms 26-30 are all psalms of David that record his prayers regarding the issues of life. Some of them we can determine when they were written, others we cannot. Each will give us more lessons in prayer and faith and trust in God and teach us how we must walk with Him.
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Prayer, Pardon, Praise And Power

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6/1/2003
Psalms 31-35
Many of the Psalms teach us how to pray by following the psalmist example knowing that his very words were inspired by the Holy Spirit. As we read of the trials and experiences of David and others, we can understand how God wants us to respond when we go through difficult times. For instance in Psalm 34 we find David ending up in the enemy’s camp because of being driven by fear and not trusting God. In other psalms we learn that sometimes the writers struggled with holding onto sin or not being able to forgive which kept them from experiencing God’s blessings. Therefore, sin did take its toll and eventually David was brought before the Lord to confess his sin.
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