Psalms Chapter 39 (1611 Bible)
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1 [To the chiefe Musician, euen to Ieduthun, A Psalme of Dauid.] I sayd, I will take heede to my waies, that I sinne not with my tongue: I will keepe my mouth with a bridle, while the wicked is before me.
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Timothy Wayne George's Psalms Chapter 39 comment about verse 12 on 3/11/2013, 9:14am...
This prayer of David is just to show us, that before the Lord we are strangers in this world, and pilgrims just like our fathers. As we cry out to God to hear us, and to help us remember that our life is but a hand breathe, and will soon pass. We need wisdom to know our end, so that we will apply our heart to do the will of God. We are not just here to heap up riches, but we need to sow seeds in the lives of others for Christ. Just as Paul said Lord I want to know you, in the power of your resurrection, the fellowship of your suffering, being made in the likeness of your death, so that I could inherit the resurrection from the dead. God will hear our prayer, and grant that we will have a reward at the end of our journey.
Weshly's Psalms Chapter 39 comment on 7/19/2012, 3:11am...
Lord make me to know mine end,and the measure of my days..Got to love This verse
Richard's Psalms Chapter 39 comment about verse 3 on 12/18/2010, 3:53pm...
For us to meditate on our thoughts. To let them build inside us so we can come to our Lord and let our request be known.g
Gary 's Psalms Chapter 39 comment on 2/23/2010, 8:32am...
Meditation on the brevity of life is a wonderful tool to help the Saint separate from that which is temporary in order to enter, through prayer, into that which is eternal. It is a loving God who makes our fallen state a mere handbreadth.
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