Psalm 139 Commentary of the Bible

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    Who am I, Lord?  ( Psalm 139 )  Sunday Message

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    Everywhere today one hears of those who are passing through an identity crisis., That is a fancy way of saying what people have been asking for a long time, "Who am I?" We all ask this question occasionally but perhaps it is asked more frequently today because of the prevailing scientific view of the universe. That view tells us that our earth is but a tiny speck in a vast universe, and we are struggling mortals on an obscure planet located in a second rate galaxy among billions of other galaxies in a great universe. Such an outlook tends to make us feel most insignificant.

    Design And Determinism  ( Psalm 139:1-18 )  Daily Devotion

    Your eyes saw my unformed body. All the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be (Psalm 139:16).

    A Prayer Of Passion  ( Psalm 139:19-24 )  Daily Devotion

    If only you would slay the wicked, O God! Away from me you bloodthirsty men! (Psalm 139:19).

    Why do these psalmists seem all of a sudden to interject these bloody thoughts? Why this sudden word of passion, If only you would slay the wicked! This has troubled many because it seems so far from the New Testament standard, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you (Matthew 5:44). How shall we understand these things?