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One Day We Face The King

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6/1/2003
Psalms 81-85
With Psalm 81, we begin the third book of psalms many of which are written by the descendants of Asaph and Korah. This first psalm looks at lost opportunities as the nation of Israel looks back over the years and events that led to their captivity. Instead listening and obeying God, the people walked according to their own counsel. God would have taken good care of the people if they had just obeyed Him. Psalm 82 addresses the injustices that the judges were doling out. Therefore through the words of this psalm God speaks words of correction. Psalm 83 is a prayer of the psalmist against the oppressing enemies of Israel. He cries out to God asking him to bring justice and revenge upon those who trouble the nation. We can certainly learn principles of prayer from this psalm. Psalm 84 speaks of what every believer should want, to be in the very presence of the Lord. Psalm 85 is a cry for revival. How appropriate is this psalm for our own time as it is very apparent that we need to see a fresh work of God in our own land.
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Prayers, Promises, And Posterity

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6/1/2003
Psalms 86-90
These five psalms cover the subjects of prayer, Jerusalem, the cry of a leper, the David Covenant, and the eternity of God and the mortality of man. The last psalm in this section, Psalm 90, was written by Moses. In the last psalm, Pastor Jack encourages us to use our time wisely.
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Entering His Secret Place

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6/1/2003
Psalms 91-95
These five psalms are called orphan psalms because their authorship is unknown. The subjects covered range from God’s comforting presence, to songs of praise and worship, to God’s majesty, and to His absolute sovereign control over all things.
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Singing In Worship

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6/1/2003
Psalms 96-100
All 5 of these psalms are called coronation or theocratic psalms because all have a prophetic view of the return of Jesus to rule and reign in Jerusalem and all of Israel and the world will see Him as Lord! And as a result there will be joy in the earth, singing and peace, justice and gladness etc.
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Godly View Of Things

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6/1/2003
Psalms 101-105
Psalm 101, a psalm of David, is one of the pledges made of a king to his King and may have been written as David sought to bring the ark of the covenant to Jerusalem. It is a fitting psalm for all in power who can make decisions for how their kingdoms (homes, businesses etc.) will be run in the Lord! Psalm 102 is one of the 7 penance psalms, but this one is not a personal confession as much as a confession of national sin. Psalms 103 and 104 are called envelope psalms for they have the same words at the beginning and the end. Psalm 105 is a historical psalm reminding the Hebrew people of their past and God’s dealings with them.
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His Faithfulness, Not Mine

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6/1/2003
Psalms 106-110
Psalm 106 is a continuation of Psalm 105 recounting the history of the nation of Israel. Here we get vivid details of the consequences of a nation not walking with God. Psalm 107 is a record of God’s provision for the redeemed and his faithfulness to answer their cry in times of trouble. Psalm 108 speaks of our victory that God brings to his saints resulting in steadfast praise to Him. Psalm 109 is a cry of David asking for God’s judgments and vengeance upon his enemies. Psalm 110 is a psalm of David and is quoted 3 times in the New Testament.
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The Blessed Man Worships

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6/1/2003
Psalms 111-115
Psalms 111 and 112 are twins because of similar structures. They speak of the blessed man and his worship of the Lord. Psalms 113-118 are known as the Hallel psalms because they are sung by the Jews at the annual feasts of Passover, Pentecost, and Tabernacles. Psalm 114 is sung at Passover and is all about God’s power from His past deliverances and miracles. Psalm 115 describes idols and those who create and worship them.
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Delivered Indeed

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6/1/2003
Psalms 116-118
Psalm 116 is a thanksgiving psalm that reflects the gratitude of redeemed. Psalm 117, a very short psalm enjoining people every where to praise the Lord. Psalm 118, is all about God’s lovingkindness. It also prophetically describes the coming of Jesus and likens Him to a stone that the builders rejected.
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How Excellent God's Word (Part 1)

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6/1/2003
Psalm 119:1-32
Psalm 119 is the longest of the 150 psalms and as such Pastor Jack has divided his study of it into several studies. A unique characteristic of this lengthy psalm is the fact that in all but two of the 175 verses reference God’s Word. Therefore, without question, the major theme of this psalm is the importance of relying on God’s Word. Additionally, this psalm consists of 22 stanzas, each with eight verses and each emphasizing in order a letter of the Hebrew alphabet. These acrostics helped in memorization. In this study, Pastor Jack shows the importance of hiding God’s Word in our hearts.
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How Excellent God's Word (Part 2)

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6/1/2003
Psalm 119:33-88
Continuing with Psalm 119, Pastor Jack looks at four word pictures of the child of God. Additionally, the steadfastness that God’s Word brings to those who follow Him especially in afflictions and trials.
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