Ephesians 1:1-2

Some background information about the Ephesian church in ancient Asia Minor, and a discussion of Paul's authority; what constituted an apostle, and what it means to be a saint.

Ephesians Introduction

An introduction to the Apostle Paul's letter to the church at old Ephesus. He wrote from prison, awaiting his own trial at the hands of Nero, to encourage the Christians in their high exalted position as the chosen of God.

Psalms 144:1-150:6

The last of David's psalms, plus some of the Halleluia psalms… the highest praise to God comes at the end of the Hymn Book of Old Israel~!

Psalms 140:1-143:12

David wrote about men of violence who surrounded him; and yet this has an application for today and the future: "deliver us from evil men!" But… is there evil in our own hearts?

Psalms 138:1-139:24

Is our worship nothing but ritual, or does it come from our "whole heart?" We can afford to be intimate and honest with Him who formed us and knows us through and through.

Psalms 137:1-138:1

Sorrowful psalms perhaps written during the Babylonian Captivity, the captives asking for God to take vengeance upon their captors. Many of us have lost our song, because we feel like we are in a "strange land."

Psalms 132:1-136:26

More of the so-called "pilgrim songs," sung by travelers who are on their way to worship the good and merciful Lord in Jerusalem.

Psalms 122:1-131:3

A few of the "pilgrim songs" perhaps sung by a weary traveler marching through a strange land, on his way toward Zion. Ever feel like a stranger? This world is not our home; we're just a-passin' through.

Psalms 120:1-123:9

We're studying a few of the songs that worshipers used to sing as they ascended the way up to Mount Zion, at the temple in Jerusalem.

Psalms 119:1-176

The longest psalm in the Bible, and speaks of the greatness of learning "Thy Word," memorizing it and making it the lamp unto our feet and a light unto our paths.

Psalms 117:1-118:29

The shortest and possibly sweetest of the psalms… two verses. But 117 and 118 both extol the steadfast faithfulness of the eternal God; notice also the references to Christ here even in the Old Testament.

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