Psalms Chapter 22 (1611 Bible)
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Lilian's Psalms Chapter 22 comment on 4/06/2015, 1:35am...
We must seek the kingdom of God first and love him with all your heart and soul. We must delight ourselves and put God first in our life and everything we need will be added unto you. Without Christ to dwell in our hearts we will never understand his words for his words gives us peace, life in abundance, joy and he will wipe our tears. You must accept God 's words and obey them for He who loves Jesus will keep his commandments until rapture. Fix your eyes to Jesus and walk with faith and not by sight. Jesus loves you so much and we must thank Jesus for his precious blood that shed for your sake and my sake. From his precious blood we are covered to forgive our sins and saved and we are now live with full of blessings and life in abundance. Thanks to Jesus for what he have done into our lives. He is faithful to his promises that goodness and mercy will follow us in everyday of our lives. Just believe Jesus that He is the Son of the Living God and invite the Holy Spirit to dwell in your heart. You will see the Glory of God Amen
Sophiee's Psalms Chapter 22 comment on 3/31/2015, 5:14am...
i really feel good and relax i feel that he is with me The lord Jesus Christ KING OF THE KINGS.
Angia's Psalms Chapter 22 comment about verse 28 on 1/19/2015, 9:50am...
Jehovah God Almighty, the Commander-in-Chief over and among the Nations. The only wise sovereign ruler above all other. Revere Him! Psalms 22:28 .
Wayn Barnes's Psalms Chapter 22 comment on 10/29/2014, 1:58am...
How do we know that this Psalm prophesies the coming of Jesus? Rather, it puts the cry of a person who has walked in the way of the Lord into poetry of such beauty and passion that God could not fail to harken to his servant.
Timothy Wayne George's Psalms Chapter 22 comment about verse 31 on 2/22/2014, 6:17am...
This is a messianic Psalm about the Lord Jesus Christ and His suffering on the Cross that will be told to future generations for their deliverance As the woman poured her jar of perfume on the Lord Jesus Christ He said this shall be a memorial of my death burial and resurrection where ever this gospel shall be preached all over the world Praise God as we look forward to His coming to redeem His church let us be found without spot or blemish at His coming
Bula's Psalms Chapter 22 comment on 1/23/2014, 3:16pm...
What was David's intentions toward the nations
Carol Tanner's Psalms Chapter 22 comment about verse 24 on 1/08/2014, 11:43pm...
"...affliction of the afflicted" gave me the impression that this phrase referred to many people, or any number of people, or everyone at one time or another.
BUT THEN, the next phrase states, "nor has He hidden His face from HIM, but when he cried to Him for help, He heard." So the "afflicted" is an individual rather than many people.
This describes Jesus' experience on the cross.
However, the Jewish Publication Bible Society Psalm 22:25, seems to say something different when speaking of "the poor."
Is this a translation difference or conflict?
And why is it verse 25 rather than 24?
Wesley's notes are rich with compassion
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