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Spurgeon PS127

Spurgeon PS127

Spurgeon PS127 EXPOSITION. To fall into the hands of an evil generation, so as to be baited by their cruelty,...

Spurgeon PS126

Spurgeon PS126

Spurgeon PS126 EXPOSITION. What a contrast between the vain words of man, and the pure words of Jehovah. Man’s words...

Spurgeon PS125

Spurgeon PS125

Spurgeon PS125 EXPOSITION. In due season the Lord will hear his elect ones, who cry day and night unto him,...

Spurgeon PS123

Spurgeon PS123

Spurgeon PS123 EXPOSITION. Total destruction shall overwhelm the lovers of flattery and pride, but meanwhile how they hector and fume!...

Spurgeon PS121

Spurgeon PS121

Spurgeon PS121 TITLE. This Psalm is headed, “_To the Chief Musician upon Sheminith, a Psalm of David_,” which title is...

Spurgeon PS114

Spurgeon PS114

Spurgeon PS114 EXPOSITION. David here declares the great source of his unflinching courage. He borrows his light from heaven–from the...

Spurgeon PS111

Spurgeon PS111

Spurgeon PS111 SUBJECT.–Charles Simeon gives an excellent summary of this Psalm in the following sentences:–“The Psalms are a rich repository...

Spurgeon PS1016

Spurgeon PS1016

Spurgeon PS1016 EXPOSITION. The Psalm ends with a song of thanksgiving to the great and everlasting King, because he has...

Spurgeon PS1015

Spurgeon PS1015

Spurgeon PS1015 EXPOSITION. In this verse we hear again the burden of the Psalmist’s prayer: “_Break thou the arm of...

Spurgeon PS1013

Spurgeon PS1013

Spurgeon PS1013 EXPOSITION. In these verses (#13,14,15|) the description of the wicked is condensed, and the evil of his character...