Psalms Chapter 22 Discussion



 
  • Lou Contino on Psalms 22
    Powerful. Blessed Be God, The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit. Amen.
  • Rolando Martinez on Psalms 22
    October 22, 2020, my granddaughter, Naomi Grace Haywood, turns 15 years old today. We have a tradition of reading one's "birthday Psalm" as part of our birthday celebrations and I wonder: Lord, why have you chosen this for Naomi's birthday? That the Lord's return for us is near is evident: may He make us, especially those we love, ready that we may endure whatever is coming upon us. Bless you Lord Jesus and blessed be your Holy Name!
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Psalms 22
    You answered Your own question within your question.
  • Mild Bill on Psalms 22
    Yesterday in Bible study I mentioned the rejection of Christ as he spoke in ancient Israel.Today I read this psalm and see,if in only some small part,the depth of hurt to him,in the midst of agonizing physical pain.And since this psalm predates his time here on Earth,he already knew,if only in word,what he would face,yet he gave himself for our souls.A love beyond degree.I thank God to be of the seed and tell forth what he has done.
  • Ijeoma otigbuo on Psalms 22
    As i sit in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel and read psalm 22, God's word becomes so real and The Presence manifests. Glory Lord JESUS!!! I LOVE JESUS.
  • TJ on Psalms 22
    This was the first line of Psalm 22 and any Jews at the cross would have known this. It is a messianic psalm. He was saying He is the Messiah.
  • Tim Coenen on Psalms 22
    V-1 My God, My God, WHY HAVE YOU FORSAKEN ME? YAHUSHUA SAID THIS BEFORE HE DIED ON THE CROSS. THEN HE DIED FOR US. I LOVE YAHUSHUA WITH ALL MY HEART AND SOUL. Please Forgive me of all my Sins.
  • I Am that Michael Isaac Dale on Psalms 22
    Being the last time, that spirit of antichrist is in many: but the godly run not nor advise such. It is written, The fear of the wicked, it shall come upon him: but the desire of the righteous shall be granted. In God I will praise his word, in God I have put my trust; I will not fear what flesh can do unto me. The fear of the Lord drives away sins: and where it is present, it turns away wrath.
  • Bruce on Psalms 22
    You See the Abomination of Desolation Spoken of by Daniel The Prophet Stand in The Holy Place. Run.(Matthew24:15-16)Abomination is The Antichrist Standing in The Temple. Immediately After The Tribulation of those Days---The Lord Will Send His Angel's to Gather His Elect( Matthew 24:29-31) The Temple is Built Before The Rapture/Tribulation is:Satan Attacking Believers(Wrath of God Revelation 16:1
  • Ivy Johnson on Psalms 22
    I think the third temple will be built after the Rapture of the Church. The anti- Christ will defile it by sacrificing the wrong kind of meat.
  • Bruce on Psalms 22
    Vanessa Statement is a Little Ambiguous. Will The 3rd be Built Before or after The Lord's Return? The Lord Himself Will build it? Is it physical or spiritual?
  • Mark Diffin on Psalms 22
    Bruce, since Vanessa seems to have disappeared, I will answer. She must be referring to the 3rd Temple in Jerusalem (The 2nd was destroyed by the romans in the year 70) This is a little strange, since Christians don't believe that animal sacrifice will return, whereas the Jewish people certainly do. If you have any more questions about the Jewish viewpoint I will be happy to try and answer
  • Bruce on Psalms 22
    Vanessa: Which Temple are You Referring to?
  • Vanessa on Psalms 22
    Bill when the Lord comes again he will build the new temple, in Israel, you have to understand the wording of the Bible, the fire is the Holy spirit, not to consume one but to change ones heart, David here has "faith" in the Father. to deliver him from his enemies as i say God never sleeps, and trust in him , after all he sent his only son to be crucified for us sinners, is there any greater love
  • BSP on Psalms 22
    Verse 22~We want to praise God all of the time, but especially in the midst of the congregation.
  • Mild Bill,saved by grace on Psalms 22
    Alex,True righteousness is imputed here and now upon our belief in the finished work of ChristRom4:11Physical death removes believers from their sinful flesh1Corinthians15:42-53.The Kingdom of God will be physically here on Earth for 1000yrs.Humanity fails always.The work of Christ is not a down payment,leaving people to finish payment for salvation.
  • Alex on Psalms 22
    Mild Bill Death does not take away our evil Adamic sin nature,iIts being bornagain of incorruptible seed which are the words of the new covenant. The living words of the book of life.True righteousness has to come via his seed which are the words of God.and its nothin short of his kingdom that is gonna be within us.While we are yet living this corruptible will put on incorruptiion AND IMMORTALITY
  • Alex on Psalms 22
    Wild Bill i love ya but you seem to imply we will attain no TRUE righteousness till we die and leave this world, 2 nd coming is gonna make us kings and Priest Christ is gonna be born in us while we are yet alive,The mystery of the kingdom of God is Christ in you, HERE ON THIS EARTH, JOHN SAYS THE KINGDOMS OF THIS WORLD HAVE BECOME The kingdom of our lord and his Christ,Humanity is gonna travail.
  • Mild Bill on Psalms 22
    Alex,2Peter3:7,literal fire,Matthew13:40,literal fire,Matthew13:42,literal fire,Jude1:23,saving from literal fire,Matthew25:41,sending people to literal fire,2Peter3:13,literal fire,Matthew3:11,Holy Ghost AND fire not the one and the same,Jude1:7,literal fire on earth and eternal beyond the grave.Your"say so"is not PROOF. Sinful nature of believers is destroyed upon death to this world.Rom.7:24 25
  • Alex on Psalms 22
    Bill Jesus never wanted to call fire down from heaven and destroy anybody,The N.T.is much different then the old,When James and John wanted to call fire down from heaven and destroy the Samaritians Jesus rebuked them saying th son of man came not to destroy mens lives but to save mens lives. But he said he came to bring fire on the earth which is a spritual fire ,his baptism of the H.G. N FIRE GBU.
  • Mild Bill on Psalms 22
    Alex,"And Elijah answered and said unto them,If I be a man of God,let fire come down from heaven,and consume thee and thy fifty.And the fire of God came down from heaven,and consumed him and his fifty."2Kings1:12 Literally not spiritually,your quote does not prove a spiritual meaning to fire.The nature all of us obtain from Adam is destroyed,only for believers,when we leave this life in the flesh.
  • Alex on Psalms 22
    When James and John wanted to call LITERAL FIRE down from heaven and destroy the samaritians JESUS REBUKED them saying the son of man came not to destroy mens lives but to save mens lives, which proves his FIRE is not LITERAL but a Spritual fire which is the H.G. BAPTISM, CONSUMING mens evil Adamic nature. God is spirit but God is also LOVE and also a consuming fire to destroy our satanic nature.
  • Mild Bill on Psalms 22
    Death is the great separation.First we die to this world,the second death is being cast into the lake of fire,separated from God forever.The sacrificial death of Jesus,the innocent of sin,was accepted by God the Father,as payment for sinners."There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus,who walk not after the flesh,but after the Spirit."He has done this,his love for you
  • Cephas on Psalms 22
    And now shall mine head be lifted up above mine enemies round about me: therefore will I offer in his tabernacle sacrifices of joy I will sing, yea, I will sing praises unto the LORD. The LORD is my strength and my shield my heart trusted in him, and I am helped: therefore my heart greatly rejoiceth and with my song will I praise him.
  • A disciple on Psalms 22
    Bill; Why do you attack Dan? And what are you talking about, "Jesus attributes this saying to Abraham.." ? You don't really think that Abraham didn't hear God's words or believe he could raise the dead, do you? And how does that have any connection to what Dan and I were discussing? Maybe you should read them again! You might get something different, and not be so hasty to condemn the guiltless.
  • A disciple on Psalms 22
    Bill; why the accusation? and why do you attack me? Haven't I written good things from the mind of the Lord in His Word? I do come to Jesus and seek Him continually, and He is my Lord and Saviour and my best Friend! What was it exactly that I wrote, that makes you say such things? Answer me! What did I write that would make you think I don't come to Jesus or have life? Everyone else also, tell me!
  • A disciple on Psalms 22
    This Psalm which the Spirit spoke through David is the cry of the Anointed Himself, and of all who are in Him, as long as we are in this present evil world. The devil and his seed will vent out their hatred and violence unto death without any feeling: there is never enough with them. But our God will bring us up again and deliver us from their schemes and save us because we trust in Him. Rev. 2:10
  • A disciple on Psalms 22
    Dan; In nearly every place where the LORD speaks about the incurable evil hearts of unbelief and defiance against His Spirit in the Prophets; He concludes with foretelling of the day when He finally brings Israel to everlasting repentance and reconciliation with Him when Christ is revealed from heaven in power and great glory. FROM THAT DAY FORWARD ISRAEL WILL KNOW THEIR LORD AND SAVIOUR IS JESUS.
  • A disciple on Psalms 22
    Hello Dan; the part you referenced in Jeremiah has indeed already happened, and continues because of the Law of the broken Covenant ( Deut. 28; Lev. 26; etc.); and is appointed by God to come to the full in "the time of Jacob's Trouble" when the "transgressors are come to the full." When Jesus returns, He is coming back to Jerusalem: then will all the Nations bring back the Jews on their shoulders!
  • Dan123 on Psalms 22
    ADisciple: Clearly the prophesy in Jer. ch16 has not yet happened. Do you have any idea what verses 14/15 are talking about: Therefore, behold, the days come, saith the LORD, that it shall no more be said, The LORD liveth, that brought up the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt. But, The LORD liveth, that brought up the children of Israel from the land of the north, and from all the land..


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