Almost as if it were a preamble, Psalm 103: 1-2 concentrates on the benefactor. This way, it assures the believer that whatever benefits which are to follow can be counted upon because of the divinity,
Why would anyone have to be reminded not to forget all of the Lord’s benefits? Could it be that we have become so accustomed to them that we take them for granted? Or, that we
We could very easily take all day to bless His holy nature. By nature, He is omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent, omni-beneficent. By nature, He is gracious, loving and kind. By nature, He is real, righteous and
Employed by the sacred writers in certain portions of the Old “Testament, viz., Dan. 2:4-7, 28; Ezra 4:8-6:18; 7:12-26; Gen.” “31:46; Jer. 10:11. It is the Aramaic dialect, as it is sometimes” “called, as distinguished from the Hebrew dialect. It was the” “language of commerce and of social intercourse in Western Asia,” and after the Exile gradually came to be the popular language of “Palestine. It is called “Syrian” in 2 Kings 18:26. Some isolated” words in this language are preserved in the New Testament (Matt. 5:22; 6:24; 16:17; 27:46; Mark 3:17; 5:41; 7:34; 14:36; Acts 1:19; 1 Cor. 16:22). These are specimens of the vernacular “language of Palestine at that period. The term “Hebrew” was also” sometimes applied to the Chaldee because it had become the language of the Hebrews (John 5:2; 19:20).
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