Contributing sermons since Sep 29, 2020
Contributed on Oct 4, 2020
Verses 17-24.—As a servant and a pilgrim, who finds himself to be a stranger in an enemy's country. His appeal is to God alone, and his prayer is especially direct and personal. He speaks with the Lord as a man speaks with his friend.
In our last study we studded the 2 nd stanza of this song Beth which was about (cleansing power of the word of God) that you can’t wash or save from the sins it is only by the word of God which can cleanse and protect us from the sin specially in our youth age. Now we have the 3 rd stanza of this ...read more
Contributed on Oct 1, 2020
There is one main question which is dominated to the whole stanza Q. 1 How can a young man keep his way pure? And rest of the passage is answering that question only But the 2nd question we should ask Q. 2 How do we become unholy, unclean?
1 We will do some observations A. Some important words or lines a. How?, young man, ways pure – guarding word – 9 b. Whole heart, seek, drift away, your commands – 10 c. Stored/treasured, word, heart, sin – 11 d. Teach me, laws/statutes, Blessed LORD – 12 e. With my lips, declare, rules – ...read more
Contributed on Sep 29, 2020
Why do we need one more study, though there are already so many studies are going on? 2 Timothy 3:16—17 is very important For you have magnified your word according to all your Name. Psalm. 38:2
• General Introduction of the Psalm 119 a. This is the longest psalm in the Bible which is in the longest book in the Bible, and just before this Psalm 117 is the shortest chapter/psalm in the Bible. b. Many times because of its length we avoid, escape to read this or read it very fast without ...read more