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Morning Light – September 27th, 2016:  The Hallelujah Psalms, Continued: The Hallel and the New Song

Morning Light – September 27th, 2016 Today: [Psalm 148-149] The Hallelujah Psalms, Continued: The Hallel and the New Song. Psalms 148-149 continue for us the Hallelujah Psalms. Psalm 148 gives a universal application of the Hallel to every avenue of life and creation. Psalm 149 speaks of the “new song” defining what it is and where it is appropriate to incorporate it into our lives. Psalm 149 also emphasizes praise as a form of spiritual warfare that keeps the enemy at bay and brings judgment upon the prince of the world that seeks to assault us and rob us of … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – September 26th, 2016:  The Hallelujah Psalms

Morning Light – September 26th, 2016 Today: [Psalm 146-147] The Hallelujah Psalms: The last 5 psalms of the book of Psalms are called the Hallelujah psalms because they begin and end with this praise word. Each of the 5 psalms corresponds with the 5 books of the Pentateuch otherwise referred to as the Torah. Psalm 146 is a psalm that admonishes praise to God and trust in God contrasted by false trust in man. When men fail us God is an everlasting source of fidelity and trust. [Psa 146:1-10 KJV] 1 Praise ye the LORD. Praise the LORD, O my … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – September 23rd, 2016:  Extolling the Virtue and Nature of God

Morning Light – September 23rd. 2016 Today: [Psalm 145] Extolling the Virtue and Nature of God. Psalm 145 is unique in that it does not contain one request. It only praises God verse by verse – extolling Him as Lord and king come to earth. The teaching of Messiah is found throughout the Old Testament yet in Jesus’ time Moses was venerated more highly than the ephemeral expectation of a deliverer who was to come. This is why the Jews sought to crucify Jesus. Likewise today the personhood of Christ and the veracity of the word of God is held … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – September 22nd, 2016:  The Lord is Your Strength in Battle

Morning Light – September 22nd, 2016 Today: [Psalm 144] The Lord is Your Strength in Battle. Psalm 144 is said to have been written by David when he defeated Goliath with a sling and 5 stones. It is a Psalm highly regarded in the middles ages as expressing the ideals of knighthood and chivalry. The emphasis of the psalm is the warrior’s trust in God against every device of Satan to tear down and distract you from seeking the kingdom. [Psa 144:1-15 KJV] 1 [[[A Psalm] of David.]] Blessed [be] the LORD my strength, which teacheth my hands to war, … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – September 21st, 2016:   The Prayer Life of David

Morning Light – September 21st, 2016 Today: [Psalm 141-143] The Prayer Life of David. In the scripture there are very many examples of prayer. We have the Lord’s prayer. We also see the mighty prayers of Elijah – calling down fire on the enemies of God. We see Hannah praying desperately for a child. The prayer life of David however can be the most accessible to us. David prayed with great honestly and transparency. The prayer life of David as no other in scripture can help us know how to approach God with sincerity and see answers when it seems … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – September 20th, 2016:  Your Father is Your Defender

Morning Light – September 20th, 2016 Today: [Psalm 140] Your Father is Your Defender. In Psalm 140 we find David struggling with the words of deceitful men against. If you purpose in your life to do anything in God you will be criticized and vilified. If you go out in your day to seek first the kingdom there will be those (sometimes closer to you than you think) who will not be excited about your testimony in God. In Psalm 140 we find David’s example of trusting God in the midst of the assaults of faithless men and maintaining your … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – September 19th, 2016:  God is Everywhere Present in Your Life

Morning Light – September 19th, 2016 Today: [Psalm 139] God is Everywhere Present in Your Life. In our study today we consider the lofty reality of God being everywhere present. This not only applies to God being everywhere at once, He is also every WHEN at once, experiencing OUR past, present and future in one instance of His divine cognitive capability. In all of this we observe through David’s psalm we also discover the we ourselves existed in the distant past, even before the foundation of the world as objects of God’s love and care and favor. [Psa 139:1-24 KJV] … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – September 16th, 2016:  Coming Out of Your Personal Captivity

Morning Light – September 16th, 2016 Today: [Psalm 137-138] Coming Out of Your Personal Captivity. The two psalms we read today give you a promise of coming out of captivity and into the fulfilled destiny of the promise of God in your life. In Psalm 137 the people are lamenting by the waters of the Euphrates river where they were held captive in Babylon. It was a mournful thing – just as the captivities you might face in your own personal life. But the following chapter assures us through the testimony of David that though your life might be marred … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – September 15th, 2016:  The Goodness of God Shakes the Nations

Morning Light – September 15th, 2016 Today: [Psalm 136] The Goodness of God Shakes the Nations. The psalm we study today was read every day by the Levites for centuries. It is still read today each and every day in certain Eastern Orthodox traditions. It emphasizes the mercy of God and the sovereignty of God over the nations. We can look at the destruction of Pharaoh and other kings in the Old Testament narrative as a manifestation of God’s wrath but in fact these judgments were an act of His mercy toward His people. Likewise today we see governments shifting … (click link or title to continue)