Psalms Chapter 27 Discussion



 
  • Lincoln hugo thomas on Psalms 27
    help me to understand the bible more correctly please.
  • Carleton - in Reply on Psalms 27
    Read Psalm 22 ,think of Bible Prophecy and think of Jesus at Calvary.

    :)
  • Darren Croft - in Reply on Psalms 27
    I have spent over 4 decades offhandedly wondering about Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani, but was never called to researched it. I'm not as fluent in Psalms, I've read it 4x, so I was kept in the dark. Matthew 27:46 & Psalm 22:1 & Psalm 42:9 among other scriptures were fulfilled on the cross through Jesus Christ.
  • Darren Croft - in Reply on Psalms 27
    Knowledge is given to those who seek it. Ask God to open up the Bible to your heart. If you want to fast track your experience, I suggest you start off by reading these 5 books in order (of 66):

    1) Genesis

    2) Isaiah

    3) Daniel

    4) Luke

    5) Revelation

    This will give you a grasp on the Bibles foundation. Then when you have developed a feel for the Bible, go back and read Genesis through Revelation. It is a never ending learning process. Best of luck to you.
  • Mercy Wiggins on Psalms 27:7
    I have been guilty or not doing my bible reading and prayers but I know my God have me.
  • Sacha - in Reply on Psalms 27:7
    Hi Mercy , here are a few scripture that may encourage you in your walk John ch 4 verse 6 ,Isaiah ch 0 v 21 ,Hebrews. ch 13 v 5 and Matthew ch 8 v 20 .May God bless and keep you very close to Him .
  • Kim Walters on Psalms 27
    I'm not sure what you want as a comment but I do know I need to learn more about the Lord Jesus
  • Matheus Henrique da Silva on Psalms 27:4
    What did David meant by "House of the Lord"? Could it be the temple? I think not. Because David could not be in the temple every day, he was a king and had his duties. Then, would it be a spiritual level? Would it be a state of grace? A life of continuous prayer?
  • Chris - in Reply on Psalms 27:4
    I agree with you that it couldn't be the temple that David was referring to, as the Temple wasn't built yet - the first one built was by his son, Solomon. At that time, the Tabernacle was the place where God met with His people through the ministry of the High Priest & by the conduct of sacrifices. David could have referred to this 'Tent' as the House of the Lord, but as in so many of his writings, David always looked forward to the Heavenly Temple not made with hands. He might have regarded the time spent in prayer, seeking the Mind of God, or in the Tabernacle surrounds as special, but when He saw the Lord, with the eyes of faith & hope, all he could envision was the Lord in all His Glory, His Beauty & his longing to be with Him.

    And for us to, it does us good to be at a Church Fellowship to worship the Lord together, but if we're not there or not having one suitable to go to, can we still find every reason & joy within to lift up our hearts in praise of God & to enjoy His Beauty & envision His Glory? What a day that will be, when our faith & hope we've held onto, become sight for us as we worship at His Temple: right in the Presence of the Lord of Glory.
  • Matheus Henrique da Silva - in Reply on Psalms 27:4
    Thank you, Chris! It was good to remember that David really didn't have a temple to go to (I didn't remember this detail). And really the church can serve us as a meeting place with God. I find then that there are two meeting places: externally, in the Church, and internally, in the secret of our hearts. Thank you for the answer, pray for me; God bless you!
  • Diane on Psalms 27
    When one has failed the Lord deeply

    AFTER, salvation......Is He given-up on

    you ? Does He still provide after one

    tries to come back to Him ? Tell me what

    to read. I feel I'll never get Him back

    now.
  • Chris - in Reply on Psalms 27
    You know Diane, the one thing that I first consider when I hear of someone who has fallen into sin or even overwhelmed by it, is what has happened now, to change that situation. I hear your cry, but I also see that God has certainly NOT given up on you. Why is that? Because you demonstrate the very work of God the Spirit taking place within you. A person who doesn't or refuses to say what you have just now shared, is a person who cares less about the things of God & her soul, rather to feed the sensual appetite even more, trying to satisfy herself with anything that gives pleasure or security.

    Your pleas for help & guidance in this matter is indicative of God speaking to you by His Spirit. As the Bible says in John 16:8, "And when he (the Spirit) is come, he will reprove the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgement". That is the Holy Spirit Who does more than being the Comforter, Guide & Minister to our spirits; He also convicts whenever sin enters in, He speaks to us of right (holy) living, & He warns of God's Judgement. Many reject God & His Gospel & are headed for certain fiery judgement, even when they feel the tug upon their hearts. But you have not only sensed that 'tug' in your spirit, but now wanting to set things right - and this is the first step to healing & restoration.

    We have a saying: "there is no sin that His Blood cannot cover". Jesus' Blood shed for you, was applied when you first came to Him & still avails for you even now. Jesus said in John 6:37, "All that the Father giveth me shall come to me; and him that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out." This is His Promise that the salvation He gave you, not only made you a child of God, but also promises that your Father, Who longs for His prodigal daughter to return, is not willing to reject you for anything.

    Come to Him just as you are, read the Scriptures (maybe John's Gospel), praying & seeking forgiveness - let His Spirit speak to you through them - He WILL assure your heart.
  • Mild Bill - in Reply on Psalms 27
    Sorry Diane, I meant my tithe response for Gloria.
  • Mild Bill - in Reply on Psalms 27
    Diane

    "We" depends on who you are, and the tithe only applies in the time of Israel, for Israel. Today, the giving is not mandated to a particular percentage.

    Now concerning the collection for the saints, as I have given order to the churches of Galatia, even so do ye. Upon the first day of the week let every one of you lay by him in store, as God hath prospered him, that there be no gatherings when I come. 1Corinthians 16:1&2 "As God hath prospered", is your determination after your needs have been met.

    Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver. 2Corinthians 9:7

    Salvation is never according to what you do for God, but instead, what Jesus did for you on the cross. Salvation is never a law you follow, but the grace of God you must accept.
  • Dianne - in Reply on Psalms 27
    Never said the tithe was connected into being born again age of grace law was 10% under grace give from heart best you can, then as God supplies need give according to increase. You cannot out give God. Smiles!
  • Gloria on Psalms 27
    Where is it in the Bible that we should pay a tenth
  • Mick - in Reply on Psalms 27
    Hi Gloria,

    There are several references to tithing in the Bible. Check out Genesis 14:20. A book I have that is helpful in these matters is Where to Find It in the Bible by Ken Anderson.
  • Mild Bill - in Reply on Psalms 27
    Gloria,

    "We" depends on who you are, and the tithe only applies in the time

    of Israel, for Israel. Today, the giving is not mandated to a

    particular percentage.

    Now concerning the collection for the saints, as I have given order

    to the churches of Galatia, even so do ye. Upon the first day of the

    week let every one of you lay by him in store, as God hath prospered

    him, that there be no gatherings when I come. 1Corinthians 16:1&2

    "As God hath prospered", is your determination after your needs

    have been met.

    Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give;

    not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver.

    2Corinthians 9:7

    Salvation is never according to what you do for God, but instead,

    what Jesus did for you on the cross. Salvation is never a law you

    follow, but the grace of God you must accept."
  • Jemappelles Dylan on Psalms 27
    When we die where will we go?
  • Alaka Levinus Ogechi on Psalms 27:8
    In this verse we are taught that if we would have the Lord hear our voice, we must be careful to respond to his voice. The true heart should echo the will of God as the rocks among the Alps repeat in sweetest music the notes of the peasant's horn. Observe, that the command was in the plural, to all the saints, Seek ye; but the man of God turned it into the singular by a personal application, Thy face, Lord, will I seek. The voice of the Lord is very effectual where all other voices fail. When thou saidst, then my heart, my inmost nature was moved to an obedient reply. Note the promptness of the response -- no sooner said than done; as soon as God said "seek," the heart said, "I will seek." Oh, for more of this holy readiness! Would to God that we were more plastic to the divine hand, more sensitive of the touch of God's Spirit.
  • Erech Christ Nimrod on Psalms 27:8
    Psalms 27:8 "When thou saidst, Seek ye My Face; my heart said unto Thee, Thy Face, LORD, will I seek."

    Genesis 1:27 says that we ALL are made in the Image of God. Therefore you can find the LOVING Face of the LORD in the mirror. Amen.
  • Jim on Psalms 27
    Wait, I say, on the Lord. In anything we do as Christians we have to wait on the lord. Let God be your guide, by taking your hand leading you to the path of righteousness. Only the Lord can sustain to walk in the way he would have you to go. Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and your might, lean not into your on understanding but trust him, the will not led you astray. Comments on psalms 27
  • Isabella JMI perry on Psalms 27
    I love reading God word
  • Carleton on Psalms 27:2
    So far our California family remains packed up with the essentials ready to flee to our brethren in the farm grounds by the river. Many above us in this town on both sides of where we live have left their homes for shelters or motels, friends and families. Many animals likely have been left behind. Our immediate neighbor is part of the animal sheltering community team. This is a good work. Fires hardly our first round, burn dross and can become a blessing on what is true and long lasting. I am happy to be here for now.

    Keep the Faith in peace and love and likely some suffering to make us even more like in Him.

    Love Carleton
  • Andy G van den Berg on Psalms 27:2
    To CARLETON

    Please read 1 Cor. 2:14 and John 8:43-45. Both readings will explain why you have such a difficult time understanding our testimony, which is of God (Cor. 2:1).

    Regarding our revelations, which are from God also, we invite you to read: Daniel 12:4,9; Amos 3:7; Matthew 16:17; Luke 2:26; Romans 16:25; 1 Cor. 2:10; Galatians 1:12,16; Ephesians 3:3,5; Revelation 1:1.

    Google the title of the book and you will find us.

    In His Service.

    Andy & Dianne van den Berg - Nova Scotia, Canada
  • Mishael on Psalms 27:2
    There was a small earthquake just outside of London today.
  • Mwamini Sula Keller on Psalms 27:2
    I will like to have bible. Also I need to know about the bible verses to fight my enemy
  • Mishael - in Reply on Psalms 27:2
    You might be able to get a Bible with the 700 Club Prayer Line. No harm in asking them. I support their ministry :)

    1-800-700-7000
  • T - in Reply on Psalms 27:2
    Hello Mwamini!

    If you have your own(or shared) laptop or phone you can download the Bible for free! Simply scroll down this page and click on "KJV Store."

    There you will be able to download The KJV!

    If there were a way on this site to get your address I would send you a Bible. Unfortunately posting that information here, I believe, is against standard conduct.

    His Truth shall be your shield and buckler!

    God Bless and I pray for you to receive a Bible into your hands.
  • Fred Scanlan - in Reply on Psalms 27:2
    Always pray in the name of Jesus ! Memorize the Lords prayer. This is what he has taught us .


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