Category: Psalms

The Treasury of David

Psalm 5 Title. “To the Chief Musician upon Nehiloth, a Psalm of David.” The Hebrew word Nehiloth is taken from another word, signifying “to perforate;” “to bore through,” whence it comes to mean a pipe or a flute; so that this song was probably…

The Treasury of David

Psalm 5 Title. “To the Chief Musician upon Nehiloth, a Psalm of David.” The Hebrew word Nehiloth is taken from another word, signifying “to perforate;” “to bore through,” whence it comes to mean a pipe or a flute; so that this song was probably…

Singing Psalms 16

Fullness of Joy – Rachelle Hope #Outreach: That the world may know #Prayer Focus: Pray for Our Prodigals #Praise the Lord Please follow my blogs  Guam Christian Blog Guam views Blog Bruce’s Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bruce.dinsman Bruce’s Amazon Author page: https://www.amazon.com/Bruce-Dinsman/e/B07KDKLGPZ?ref=dbs_p_ebk_r00_abau_000000 Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/review/list/93009114 Bruce’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/@bad671…

The Treasury of David

Psalm 5 Title. “To the Chief Musician upon Nehiloth, a Psalm of David.” The Hebrew word Nehiloth is taken from another word, signifying “to perforate;” “to bore through,” whence it comes to mean a pipe or a flute; so that this song was probably…

Singing Psalms 15

Who may abide – Jason Silver #Outreach: That the world may know #Prayer Focus: Pray for Our Prodigals #Praise the Lord Please follow my blogs  Guam Christian Blog Guam views Blog Bruce’s Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bruce.dinsman Bruce’s Amazon Author page: https://www.amazon.com/Bruce-Dinsman/e/B07KDKLGPZ?ref=dbs_p_ebk_r00_abau_000000 Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/review/list/93009114 Bruce’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/@bad671…

The Treasury of David

Psalm 5 Title. “To the Chief Musician upon Nehiloth, a Psalm of David.” The Hebrew word Nehiloth is taken from another word, signifying “to perforate;” “to bore through,” whence it comes to mean a pipe or a flute; so that this song was probably…

The Treasury of David

Psalm 4 Psalm 4:8 Exposition Sweet Evening Hymn! I shall not sit up to watch through fear, but I will lie down; and then I will not lie awake listening to every rustling sound, but I will lie down in peace and sleep, for…

The Treasury of David

Psalm 4 Psalm 4:7 Exposition “It is better,” said one, “to feel God’s favour one hour in our repenting souls, that to sit whole ages under the warmest sunshine that this world affordeth.” Christ in the heart is better than corn in the barn,…

The Treasury of David

Psalm 4 Psalm 4:6 Exposition We have now entered upon the third division of the Psalm, in which the faith of the afflicted one finds utterance in sweet expressions of contentment and peace. There were many, even among David’s own followers, who wanted to…

The Treasury of David

Psalm 4 Psalm 4:5 Exposition Provided that the rebels had obeyed the voice of the last verse, they would now be crying,—”What shall we do to be saved?” And in the present verse, they are pointed to the sacrifice, and exhorted to trust in…