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Psalm 27 Commentary

Psalms 141:3,4 Good men know the evil of tongue-sins, and how prone they are to them (when enemies are provoking we are in danger of carrying our resentment too far, and of speaking unadvisedly), & therefore are earnest w/ God to prevent their speaking amiss. Set Guard, O Lord, over my mouth… (Commentary)


Sunday Verses--being patient and waiting for God

Psalm 27:1 Commentaries: A Psalm of David. The LORD is my light and my salvation; Whom shall I fear? The LORD is the defense of my life; Whom shall I dread?

CREATE IN ME A CLEAN HEART, OH GOD. - Psalm 51:10. From Pulpit Commentary: Verse 10. - Create in me a clean heart, O God; i.e. do more than purify me - do more than cleanse me (ver. 7); by an act of creative power, make in me a new clean heart. $27.30 per wall decal.

Psalm 18:25-27. "God rewards people according to their inner character... His dealings are just" (The bible knowledge commentary).

If God be for him, who can be against him? Whom shall I fear? Of whom shall I be afraid? If Omnipotence be his guard, he has no cause to fear; if he knows it to be so, he has no disposition to fear. If God be his light, he fears no shades; if God be his salvation, he fears no colours. -- Matthew Henry--Psalm 27:1