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- King James Bible "Authorized Version", Cambridge Edition
16:11 Life - Thou wilt raise me from the grave, and conduct me to the place and state of everlasting felicity. Presence - In that heavenly paradise, where thou art gloriously present, where thou dost clearly and fully discover the light of thy countenance; whereas in this life thou hidest thy face and shewest us only thy back - parts. Right - hand - Which he mentions as a place of the greatest honour, the place where the saints are placed at the last day, and where Christ himself is said to sit, #Psal 110:1|. Pleasures - All our joys are empty and defective: But in heaven there is fulness of joy. Our pleasures here are transient and momentary; but those at God's right hand are pleasures for evermore. For they are the pleasures of immortal souls, in the enjoyment of an eternal God.
GG Obafemi's comment on 2013-09-27 11:08:54:
It means there is a path of death. This confirmed prob 14:12and prob16:25 which says there is a way that seemeth right unto a man but the end thereof is the way of death. Path means road or way. And Jesus says in John 14:6 iam the way the truth and the life. It siimply means the path of life referred to in Ps 16:11 is Jesus the savior. This had been made know right from John 10:10 where Jesus catigorically declared that while the thief came to kill, steal and distroy, He has come to give life in abundance. Sir it is time to embrace life fully as we embrace Jesus with the whole of our heart
Amy Smith's comment on 2013-08-26 08:27:22:
Thank~you for sharing the word. I think that verse, though short, says alot. Amen
Matthew's comment on 2012-10-31 10:39:14:
Thanks for the holy one. For the sacrifice of his life for my sin I do promise him that I will serve him all they days of my life.
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