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Psalm 6

BOOK ONE Psalms 1–41 – PSALM 6 David, as well as Jeremiah, was a weeping prophet, and Psalm 6 was penned in a time of great trouble. As with other Psalms it begins with sorrowful complaints but ends with joyful praises. David complains of sickness in his body and trouble in his mind, arising from …

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Baitings Dam - Worshippers

Psalm 5

BOOK ONE Psalms 1–41 The psalm is a prayer at time when David was brought into distress by the malice of his enemies. David experienced many such times. In fact there was scarcely a time in his life to which Psalm 5 may not be utilised. For in this he was a type of Christ, …

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Rochdale Canal - Hebden bridge - the safety of the faithful

Psalm 4

BOOK ONE Psalms 1–41 David was a preacher and many of his psalms are doctrinal and practical as well as devotional. In this Psalm 4 wisdom cries out to the sons of men (as Prov. 8:4, 5), to receive instruction. Many of the Psalms were designed in general for the instruction of the people of God in …

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Baitings Dam - the beloved shall dwell in safety

Psalm 3

BOOK ONE Psalms 1–41 In the previous psalm the royal dignity of the Redeemer was shown us through King David. Now Psalm 3 by the example of David in distress, shows us the peace and holy security of the redeemed. How safe they really are under divine protection. David, being now driven out from his …

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Summit - take My yoke

Psalm – 2

BOOK ONE Psalms 1–41 The previous psalm was moral, and showed us our duty. This next one, Psalm 2, shows us our Saviour. The Kingdom of the Messiah, the Son of David, is prophesied. This psalm, as with the previous is very fitly situated in the beginning of this book of devotions as it shows …

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Baitings Dam - let us return to the Lord

Psalm 1

The Book of Psalms – BOOK ONE Psalms 1–41 Today we start an exciting study into the book of Psalms with Psalm 1. The Psalms were written over a 1,000 year period beginning with Moses. This book, originally five books, is filled with the battle plan involving praise and declaration to equip us to face …

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Hollingworth Lake - river of life

22 Prt 1 The River of Life

The Apocalypse – Chapter 22 In this chapter we have a further description of the heavenly state of the church, Rev. 22:1-5. (The River of Life) To follow will be a confirmation of this and all the other visions of this book, Rev. 22:6-19. And finally the conclusion, Rev. 22:20, 21. The River and the Tree   Just one …

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