Psalms Chapter 18 Discussion

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  • Jenny on Psalms 18:3
    Does God give each person a portion of holiness are do we find it through his spirit. I have always thought this.
  • Chris - in Reply on Psalms 18:3
    When a person is saved from his/her sins through Jesus Christ, it means that God declares us not guilty & spares us from eternal punishment. This happens because Jesus, in His great Love, stepped in as our substitute giving His Life so that we might be spared. But if our salvation from sin's penalty stopped there, then we would still be failures in this world of evil & temptations. Our old sins would have been dealt with but we would not have the Power of God in us to resist further sin & enjoy God's ministry to our lives.

    That is why God gave us His Holy Spirit to indwell us: He seals us as God's children, teaches, comforts, guides, gives power over sin & many more blessings. But one of the greatest blessings from the Spirit is that he sanctifies us (i.e. sets us apart, makes us holy) before the Father. So the fullness of God also means the fullness of His Holiness is within us. Where the problem starts is when the believer begins to stifle the Spirit, or entertain sin in the life, & the Spirit no longer has full control. We are still holy people (1 Peter 2:9) but the Spirit of Holiness no longer reigns in the person's life. But when we repent & subsequently been forgiven & brought back into full fellowship with God, we can exclaim with the Psalmist, also "restore unto me the joy of Thy salvation" (Psalms 51:12a). Joy is the clear product of a life of confessed & forgiven sin & walking in step with the Spirit of God.
  • Doris on Psalms 18
    Just help me to see some verses in another relationship with God
  • Jim on Psalms 18
    God can do anything but fail; God is my strong tower were I can trust him hold heartedly. Thank you Lord for being so patience,and Thank you father for not given me exactly what I deserve. I will continue to praise and glorify your precious and holy name. I reference to Psalms 18.
  • Sharon on Psalms 18
    Good morning and praise be to Almighty GOD! I totally agree Psalms 18 is one of the most powerful scriptures in the bible. God Himself gave me this chapter 18 Psalms in 2009, after going through so much pain and hurt in several relationships. I never forget that early morning when he spoke to my spirit giving me my own personal scripture to carry me for the rest of my life, all praise honor and glory to our great and mighty savior Jesus Christ. Thank you Lord. Amen
  • Vanessa on Psalms 18
    He is our Rock, Amen!
  • Ntombie on Psalms 18
    When you are afflicted do not despair,trust in the Lord,He will enlarge your path and you will leap over a is when the devil try to frustrate me that i dwell on this verse and watch the Lord fight for me
  • Royalpriest on Psalms 18
    I agree with Bruce. Yeshua is the Hebrew translation of Jesus. I don't know where the lady got the information that it is the name of a pagan god. It is also translated as Joshua or Yehoshua. There are Jews who believe in Jesus and refer to Him as Yeshua Ha Mashiach meaning Jesus the Messiah. May His name be exalted and blessed for evermore.
  • R - in Reply on Psalms 18
    First things first the Hebrew you are referring to is Yedish not Hebrew, second there is no letter J in the Hebrew language enough with your lies Yedish is a mixture of German and Polish, so the name is not Jesus and by the way he was not white blue eyes and long hair
  • Melody - in Reply on Psalms 18
    Amen, sister, does not matter, we should never argue about God, his word,
  • Dana on Psalms 18
    This is a powerful scripture. It lets us know that God is that solid foundation. He is a deliverer out of our afflictions. He is our salvation and trust. A mighty strength when you are experiencing difficulties and hardships. Knowing that God is on top of everything and His omnipotence has the final say. I love the Saviour.
  • Bruce on Psalms 18
    T: Yeshua is Hebrew, Translated into English as Jesus. Where did You get Your Information Saying it's Not.
  • Lady A on Psalms 18
    Who wouldn't serve a GOD like this.....
    He is a healer, protector, everything I need and more......
  • MRS.T on Psalms 18
    The Holy Precious Name of our Father in Heaven, the All Mighty Living God, Creator of All things is one with His only Begotton Son who's Name is Above All Names, Holy, Precious, True, to whom All Glory, Honor, Acceptation, Thankfulness, belongs to: Blessed be the Holy Precious Name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ who's name is the only Name that can save any person whom believes. Yeshua is an old pagan god, stop deceiving people....look into scripture, and the New Testament. OR may the Lord find another to take the place of being a good steward of the Word of God here on the internet.
  • Onu stellamaris on Psalms 18
    Psalms 18 really spoke about God's wonders, how he reserve and save us from the hands of the wicked ones and by his power he made us overtook our enemies, the wicked men of the world and verse 35 it say" Thou hast also given me the shield of thy salvation: and thy right hand hath holden me up, and thy gentleness hath made me great.” Yea he made me great and uphold me in high places. That is God s.
  • Rev Autrey on Psalms 18
    Psalms 18:31 reads:"For who is God except our Lord? Who but he is a rock?" Most people say this is speaking of God the Father, but in Romans 10:9 Paul applies this Scripture to Jesus when he says that "Jesus is Lord" or "Jesus is the Lord." In other words, he is saying that Jesus is the God of the OT and not the Father. I know this is new information to many but it is true. Amen
  • Marilyn on Psalms 18
    I am so happy to know that if I am in the will of God, even my enemines will be destroyed. God will
    keep my feet from the traps laid up by my enemies. One is hated because he/she follows God, but
    even my enemies will recognize that God is my protector. I will forever praise and be thankful for
    Grace and Mercy.
  • Barbara Breeden on Psalms 18
    No other name but jesus. No other name !!!!!!!!
  • BSP on Psalms 18
    Verse 29~With help from Jehovah God we can overcome any obstacle.
  • Mild Bill on Psalms 18
    Instead of seeing the sorrows,look to the strong and victorious Lord.The only God of salvation,everlasting life and love towards us.Affliction may be with us,but we are not in darkness.We will have deliverance for he has promised,to those who trust in him.Cry unto God,not the cry of those who have no hope, but those who know their creator.Our thanksgivings and praises are to him,the Lord Jesus.
  • Symon on Psalms 18
    I and my dad are loving it.
  • Rance Purry on Psalms 18
    The Lord is my everything
  • Lilian on Psalms 18
    Therefore I will call upon the Lord were I will be saved from my enemies Thank you Jesus for protecting me from my enemies Shalom my Peace and my saviour amen hallelujah
  • A Pilgrim on Psalms 18
    Hear my word, Do my word and be saved!.With such clear message, why do we seem to hope for forgiveness to our seemingly endless deeds against the word of Christ.Repentance is not regret. I looked for ways beyond the comfort of forgiveness and boundaries of the doctrine itself to search "How Can I do his Word". Amazingly, it was not disappointing.
  • Cephas on Psalms 18
    The God of my rock in him will I trust: he is my shield, and the horn of my salvation, my high tower, and my refuge, my saviour thou savest me from violence. Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and to day, and for ever. And he hath on his vesture and on his thigh a name written, KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS. Now unto God and our Father be glory for ever and ever. Amen.
  • Love for Truth on Psalms 18
    Amen Will He ever! He has saved me from my enemies many times. Thank U Jesus !!!
  • Patty on Psalms 18
    Nothing is a tall order in Jesus! He won the victory over our enemies.
    We have the victory in Jesus over the minutest details of our lives.
    We are more than conquers in Jesus. And His our Champion.
  • BSP on Psalms 18
    Verse 6: God listens to the prayers of his righteous servants.
  • Monica on Psalms 18
    It shows there is hope for even the darkest soul. When one feels all alone, and the world is more than they can take, hold on! One is not fighting this battle alone--even if it is mental. God is mightier than all. He is there for each that ask, but that is what he is waiting on, like a shy, timid child in the corner, who wants to play. One must invite him in first, or he will remain in the corner.
  • Nick Nkole on Psalms 18
    Psalms 18:28 tell us that the world and all around us is in darkness. Indeed, the world is so dark. We live in it. As such, we do know that the world is in darkness. But, why is it so? It is both ungodly and unrighteous. The foe has made it so. And, all who live in the world are in darkness, too. Why? All have sinned. And, in doing so, all have come short of the glory of the Lord. Romans 3:23 So, if the Light does not shine in the darkness of this world, then none can see the glory of God. And, all will fall and perish. But, the Lord is the true Light of the world. John 9:5 And, if one asks the Lord for His light, then the Lord will gladly shine the light for her or him. The darkness will go away when the Light shines on it. No one will fall or perish when the Light shines on her him. Yes, one can to see, walk, or work when darkness is out. May the Light of the world ever shine for and on us. Amen.

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