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  • OTSILE
    This is my psalm for 2017 and comes from our tradition of your age plus 1 and u have your psalm for that year. Hope the Thabe's had great fasting in first week of July.
  • Leslie Brown
    When reading this psalms it is telling how evil the tongue is. That is why we must slow to speak and quick to listen. We must learn control our minds and stay focused on the word of Jehovah. That is why the word says out of the heart flows the issue of life we must love one another as God loves us. When a situation happen we must go to Jehovah and ask what should we do. In Jesus mighty name Amen
  • Isosceles
    Why do you glory in evil, you champion of infamy? All the day you plot harm; your tongue is like a sharpened razor,you practiced deceiver!You love evil rather than good,falsehood rather than honest speech.You love all that means ruin,you of the deceitful tongue!God himself shall demolish you; forever he shall break you;He shall pluck you from your tent, and uproot you from the land of the living!
  • Steve morrow
    PSALM 52:3 THOU LOVEST EVIL MORE THAN GOOD AND LYING RATHER THAN TO SPEAK RIGHTEOUSNESS PSALM 59:12 FOR THE SIN OF THEIR MOUTH AND THE WORDS OF THEIR LIPS LET THEM EVEN BE TAKEN IN THEIR PRIDE AND FOR CURSING AND LYING WHICH THEY SPEAK PSALM 119:163 I HATE AND ABHOR LYING BUT THY LAW I DO LOVE---JEREMIAH 7:8 BEHOLD YOU TRUST IN LYING WORDS THAT CANNOT PROFIT
  • Carol Cheeks
    I love the whole chapter, it speaks of lying and decitful people and how He will destroy in the end and oh how He loves those that do right. It speaks volumes to how you reap what you sow.
  • Annie
    David understood the evils of the tongue and the constant perpetration of mischief. But, David was also aware of the vengeance requited to sinners by God. In this chapter, David's resolution is a life of worship and the forfeiture of personal vengeance for vindication by the Almighty.
  • Sabinus
    This scripture reveals the reward of wickedness. It is a strong warning for the froward, the boastful, the hypocrites and those that practise all manners of mischiefs. God is not a respecter of persons. They may seem to flourish in their shallow understanding presently but should definitely be punished by God. Verse 5 finalizes this point stressing out in clear terms the end of the wicked. However the righteous shall flourish like the palm tree. Let us therefore try to be holy, maintain humility and pursue righteous with fear and trembling.
  • Timothy Wayne George for verse 8
    David compares himself to a green olive tree in the house of the Lord. He said I will trust in the mercy of God for ever and ever. The olive tree is the longest of the living trees, and David knows that God will bless him with long life for trusting in His mercy. We can ask the question where would we be were it not for the mercy of God? We would be lost for ever. As we remember the Lord Jesus marching in Jerusalem on a donkey, and the children shouting Hosanna in the highest, let us praise God for ever and ever. Jesus said that if His children did not praise Him, the very rocks would cry out. Thank God that this body is the temple of God, and by the power of the Holy Spirit we can cry out to Him, because He is the Lamb that was slain, and is worthy to receive power, glory, majesty, and praise for ever and ever. Amen!!!
  • Adewole mathew
    i love the verse8 of that chapter,but i like a green olive tree in the house of God,that show how we are great in present of God
  • Linda S. flagg
    god lead me to this chapter when I had concerns of a prideful wealthy man. I was so amazed to find this chapter pinpoint to what God will do to them that trust in their wealth and not God.For god plainly states he will destroy anyone that loves evil and not good. This is a suitable warning to them that are evil bosters.God will certainly not tolerate it.


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