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Spurgeon PS1802

Spurgeon PS1802

Spurgeon PS1802 EXPOSITION. “_The Lord is my rock and my fortress_.” Dwelling among the crags and mountain fastnesses of Judea,...

Spurgeon PS1801

Spurgeon PS1801

Spurgeon PS1801 TITLE.–“To the chief Musician, a Psalm of David, the servant of the Lord, who spake unto the Lord...

Spurgeon PS1715

Spurgeon PS1715

Spurgeon PS1715 EXPOSITION. “_As for me_.” “I neither envy nor covet these men’s happiness, but partly have and partly hope...

Spurgeon PS1714

Spurgeon PS1714

Spurgeon PS1714 EXPOSITION. Almost every word of this verse has furnished matter for discussion to scholars, for it is very...

Spurgeon PS1713

Spurgeon PS1713

Spurgeon PS1713 EXPOSITION. “_Arise, O Lord_.” The more furious the attack, the more fervent the Psalmist’s prayer. His eye rests...

Spurgeon PS1712

Spurgeon PS1712

Spurgeon PS1712 EXPOSITION. Lions are not more greedy, nor their ways more cunning than are Satan and his helpers when...

Spurgeon PS1711

Spurgeon PS1711

Spurgeon PS1711 EXPOSITION. “_They have now compassed us in our steps_.” The fury of the ungodly is aimed not at...

Spurgeon PS1710

Spurgeon PS1710

Spurgeon PS1710 EXPOSITION. “_They are inclosed in their own fat_.” Luxury and gluttony beget vain-glorious fatness of heart, which shuts...

Spurgeon PS1709

Spurgeon PS1709

Spurgeon PS1709 EXPOSITION. “_From the wicked that oppress me, from my deadly enemies, who compass me about_.” The foes from...

Spurgeon PS1708

Spurgeon PS1708

Spurgeon PS1708 EXPOSITION. “_Keep me as the apple of the eye_.” No part of the body more precious, more tender,...