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Psalms 31
Author: Jorge Carrasco
Publisher: Jc workforce Training Center Corporation Org.
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God’ S call to Abram Genesis 12; 1 Go from your land, where you were born and from your father’s house to the land that I will show you. Genesis 12; 2 I will make of you a great nation; I will bless you and magnify your name, because you are blessed. Genesis 13; 3 I will bless those who bless you, and I will curse those who curse you. In you and in your seed all the nations of the earth will be blessed. The Psalms Praise the True God the One and True God who keeps his word. The Psalms are invoking on all places on earth by Jews, Orthodox Catholics Catholicos Muslims Three Things Are Necessary to Please God Praise, Prayer, and Worship Parallel Bible Teachings By Jorge Carrasco Psalm 1 The joy of the righteous in contrast to the wicked ANONYMOUS PSALM Psalm 1; 1 Blessed is the man who does not walk in the path of the wicked, nor does he keep himself in the way of thinking of sinners, Psalm 1; 2 does not even sit in the mockers chair, but their delight is in the law of God, and in their law meditate day and night! Joshua 1; 8 This book of the law should never depart from your mouth, but meditate on it day and night, so that you keep and put into practice all that is written so that you may prosper and do well, Psalm 63; 5 As with the best portion and fat you will enrich my life, and with joyful lips my mouth will praise you. Psalm 119; 15 I have meditated on your commandments, and I have known your paths. Psalm 119; 16 I have meditated on your law not to forget your words. Psalm 119; 35 Make me walk in the path of your commandments, for in it I have been pleased. Psalm 1: 3 It will be like the tree planted by streams, which bears its fruit in its season and its leaves do not fall; in everything you undertake, you will prosper. Psalm 92; 12 But the righteous will flourish like the palm tree, and will grow like the cedars of Lebanon, Psalm 92; 13 because they will be planted in the house of God, and in the courts of our God. Psalm 92; 14 They will flourish again, and in old age they will be robust; they will be vigorous and happy, Jeremiah 17; 8 It will be like a tree planted by the waters, scattering its roots near the stream; you will not be afraid when the heat comes; its leaves will be green and in the year of scarce rain it will not fear or stop bearing fruit Ezekiel 19; 10 Your mother was like a vine in your sap, planted by the waters, its fruits and flowers were among abundant waters Genesis 39; 2 And God was with Joseph, and he became a prosperous man in the house of his Egyptian master Genesis 39; 3 His master realizing that God was with him and that everything he did to God prospered in his hand. Psalm 128; 2 When you eat of the labor of your hands, O man, it will go well with you, and it will go well with your soul. Psalm 1; 4 Not so the wicked, who is like the chaff that the Wind scatters. Psalm 1; 5 Therefore the wicked will not prosper in judgment, nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous, Psalm 1; 6 Because God knows the way of the righteous, but the path of the wicked will no longer be. PSALM 2 Reign of Yahweh’s Anointed ANONYMOUS PSALM Psalm 2; 1 Why do peoples become angry, and nations think in vain? Acts 4:25 You are the one who spoke through the Holy Spirit through the mouth of your servant David saying: WHY DO PEOPLE FURRY AND NATIONS THINK VANE THINGS? Psalm 2; 2 The kings and the rulers of the Earth rise and united they have consulted against God and against his Anointed One, saying: Psalm 74; 18 Remember, O God, the contempt of the adversary; a misunderstanding nation has provoked your Name to anger. Psalm 74; 23 do not forget the shouts of your enemies or the tumult of those who revolt against you, which is constantly rising. Acts 4:26 THE KINGS OF THE EARTH AND THE RULERS HAVE RISEN AND HAVE CONSULTED TOGETHER AGAINST GOD AND AGAINST HIS ANOINTED ONE Psalm 2; 3, Let us cut off his bonds and cast off his yoke from us! Jeremiah 5: 5 I will go away, then, to the great ones and I will speak with them they knew the way of God and the judgment of their God; certainly, they all broke the yoke together, and cut the joints Psalm 2: 4 He who dwells in Heaven would laugh; God will make fun of them. Psalm 37; 13 But God will laugh at him, because he knows that his day is approaching. Psalm 59; 8 But you, O God, will laugh at them, and mock all the nations. Psalm 2; 5 Then he will speak against them in his anger and terrify them in his anger. Psalm 2; 6 I have established my King in Zion, my holy mount, Psalm 48; 1 Great is our Lord and worthy of supreme praise, in the city of our God; on his holy and glorious mountain! Psalm 48; 2 The joy of all the earth is Mount Zion, which is in the northern limits; is the city of the Great King Psalm 2; 7 To declare my covenant. God said to me: “My Son is you; I have generated you today. Luke 3:22 And the Holy spirit descended on Him in bodily form, like a dove, and a voice came up from Heaven saying, you are my beloved son, in you I have been pleased. Acts. 13:33 From his offspring, God raised up Jesus the Savior for Israel according to what he had promised (Paul and Barnabas preach in Antioch) Hebrews 1: 5 For whom of the angels has God spoken before; MY SON IS YOU; I HAVE BEEN BORN TODAY, and Again; WILL I BE A FATHER TO HIM AND WILL HE BE A SON TO ME? (Jesus Christ is more exalted than the angels) Hebrews 5: 5 so also the Christ did not glorify Himself to become High Priest, but to Him who said to Him; MY SON IS YOU; I HAVE BEEN BORN TODAY Psalm 2; 8, Ask me and I will give you the nations for your inheritance, Psalm 21; 2 You have granted the desire of his heart, and you have not denied him the good will of his lips, Revelation 2:26 To the overcomer and to the one who keeps my works to the end, I WILL GIVE AUTHORITY OVER THE NATIONS Psalm 2; 9 And for your possessions the ends of the earth. You will rule them with a rod of iron; You will crush them like pottery vessels., Psalm 110; 5 God is at your right hand; He will break kings on the day of his outrage. Psalm 110; 6 He will judge the nations, fill them with corpses, and cut off the heads of many in the earth. Revelation 2:26 (message to the church of Thyatira; Acknowledgment and warning) To the overcomer and to the one who keeps my works to the end, I WILL GIVE AUTHORITY OVER THE NATIONS, Revelation 2:27 as I have also received them from My Father, AND HE WILL RULE THEM WITH A ROD OF IRON AND THEY WILL BE BROKEN AS A GLASS OF THE POTTER. Revelation 19:15 And a sharp two-edged sword came out of his mouth, to strike the nations with it, and he will rule the nations with a rod of iron and will tread the winepress of the wine of the wrath of Almighty God. Psalm 2; 10 Now, kings, act wisely; accept correction, hear judges of the Earth. Psalm 2; 11 Serve God with fear and take hold of Him with trembling. Psalm 2; 12 Kiss the son lest he be angry, lest they stray from his way, for his anger may be abruptly ablaze. Happy are all who trust in Him!




Psalms Through The Centuries Volume Two


Psalms 31
Author: Susan Gillingham
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118830563
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Psalms Through the Centuries: Volume Two provides the first ever extensive commentary on the Jewish and Christian reception history of the first two books of the Psalter (Psalms 1-41 and 42-72). It explores the various uses of the Psalms, over two millennia, in translation and commentary, liturgy and prayer, study and preaching, musical composition and artistic illustration, poetic and dramatic imitation, and contemporary discourse. With lavish illustrations, using examples from both music and art, Psalms Through the Centuries: Volume Two offers a detailed commentary on each psalm, with an extensive bibliography, a large glossary of terms, and helpful indices. It is an ideal resource both for students and scholars in the academy and for lay people and ministers in church and synagogue. Psalms Through the Centuries is published within the Wiley Blackwell Commentary series. Further information about this innovative reception history series is available at www.bbibcomm.info



Die offenbare Güte Gottes wurde aus Psalm 31, 20. im Evangelischen Armenhaus am Pfingstdienstag 1759. als am jährlichen Dankfest, in einer öffentlichen Rede vorgestellet
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Ellicott's Bible Commentary
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Charles J. Ellicott Bible Commentary on the Whole for English Readers, Volume 2 of 3. Charles Ellicott wrote this exceptional Bible commentary to be used for Pastors and Students. It is written to be explained rather than to be technical so that as to reach all English readers. Charles Ellicott
Calvin's Complete Commentary on the Bible
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Authors: Calvin, John
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-08-25 - Publisher: Delmarva Publications, Inc.
All 46 of the original volumes are included in this one volume. There are two linked indexes in this volume, a main index at the front of this volume that will take you to the beginning each of the books of the bible and another index at the beginning of