Spurgeon: my very skeleton shall magnify the Lord

Then my soul will rejoice in the Lord, exulting in his salvation. All my bones shall say, “O Lord, who is like you, delivering the poor from him who is too strong for him, the poor and needy from him who robs him?” Psalm 35:9-10 Charles H. Spurgeon writes in the Treasury of David: As the tongue … More Spurgeon: my very skeleton shall magnify the Lord

Whole-hearted Praise

I will give thanks to the Lord with my whole heart; I will recount all of your wonderful deeds. I will be glad and exult in you; I will sing praise to your name, O Most High. Psalm 9:1-2 Charles H. Spurgeon writes in The Treasury of David: It sometimes needs all our determination to face the … More Whole-hearted Praise

Sam Storms: “…the extravagant and exuberant nature of godly worship of God”

Part 3 of a commentary on Psalm 148-150 by Sam Storms, of Enjoying God Ministries: Fourth, and finally, there can be no mistaking the extravagant and exuberant nature of godly worship of God. It involves not only singing (149:1,5) but also dancing (149:3; 150:4) and a wide array of musical instrumentation (149:3; 150:3-5). Said Spurgeon: … More Sam Storms: “…the extravagant and exuberant nature of godly worship of God”

A Song That Conquers

John Piper says, Imagine for a moment that your city is surrounded by enemy forces who aimed to destroy you. And you are aware that enemy sympathizers live and work in the city with a view to undermining the city’s defenses. And suppose you discover that there is a song which the enemy and their … More A Song That Conquers

The LORD lives! Psalm 18

From Scripture Studies…A Study in Psalms Vol. 3: David ends the psalm with praise for the salvation of the Lord. Significantly, he begins his praise with: “The LORD lives!” The fact that the “LORD lives” was essential for David’s salvation, but it is even more crucial to ours. The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead demonstrated that, indeed, “the … More The LORD lives! Psalm 18