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Spurgeon PS081

Spurgeon PS081

Spurgeon PS081 TITLE.–“_To the Chief Musician upon Gittith, a Psalm of David_.” We are not clear upon the meaning of...

Spurgeon PS0717

Spurgeon PS0717

Spurgeon PS0717 EXPOSITION. We conclude with the joyful contrast. In this all these Psalms are agreed; they all exhibit the...

Spurgeon PS0714

Spurgeon PS0714

Spurgeon PS0714 EXPOSITION. In three graphic pictures we see the slanderer’s history. A woman in travail furnishes the first metaphor....

Spurgeon PS0710

Spurgeon PS0710

Spurgeon PS0710 EXPOSITION. The judge has heard the cause, has cleared the guiltless, and uttered his voice against the persecutors....

Spurgeon PS0708

Spurgeon PS0708

Spurgeon PS0708 EXPOSITION. If I am not mistaken, David has now seen in the eye of his mind the Lord...

Spurgeon PS0706

Spurgeon PS0706

Spurgeon PS0706 EXPOSITION. We now listen to a fresh prayer, based upon the avowal which he has just made. We...

Spurgeon PS0703

Spurgeon PS0703

Spurgeon PS0703 EXPOSITION. The second part of this wandering hymn contains a protestation of innocence, and an invocation of wrath...

Spurgeon PS0701

Spurgeon PS0701

Spurgeon PS0701 TITLE.–“_Shiggaion of David, which he sang unto the Lord, concerning the words of Cush the Benjamite_.” –“Shiggaion of...

Spurgeon PS0610

Spurgeon PS0610

Spurgeon PS0610 EXPOSITION. “_Let all mine enemies be ashamed and sore vexed_.” This is rather a prophecy than an imprecation,...

Spurgeon PS0609

Spurgeon PS0609

Spurgeon PS0609 EXPOSITION. “_The Lord hath heard my supplication_.” The Holy Spirit had wrought into the Psalmist’s mind the confidence...