2 Chronicles

Jeremiah 18

Chapter eighteen provides yet another illustration for Jeremiah’s preaching ministry. God told him to visit a potter and watch him work (Jeremiah 18:1-4). What he saw was that the clay was totally submissive to the potter’s hands and desire. If things were not going the way the potter wanted, he could use the same clay […]

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Psalm 45

Psalm 45 is unique in several ways, beginning with the title. It is the first of only four psalms to use have been written with the style or tune of “Lilies” (Psalms 60 and 69 by David and Psalm 80 by Asaph are the others). Outside of these psalms, the term “lilies” has limited use

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Psalm 30

Psalm 30 offers an interesting curiosity in its very first line – “A song used at the dedication of the temple.” The meaning is unclear, because Solomon did not build the Temple until long after David’s death. It is possible that David wrote this for that purpose before he died or that he had written

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