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Psalm 24 - Who Is This King of Glory?

The Psalmist speaks of God's authority and the requirement God has set upon fallen man. Man must have clean hands and a pure heart to be accepted before God. Only the King of Glory, God and man fulfilled that role.

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Psalm 97 - The Terrifying Justice of God

It is a terrifying thing to fall into the hands of a living God. The true God reigns over all and His presence is utterly terrifying throughout Scripture. Only the righteous can rejoice in His presence and only those in Jesus Christ are declared righteous.

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Psalm 22 - A View From The Cross

David writes of his feelings of suffering and abandonment by God, but he speaks prophetically of the crucifixion of the Son of God and the atonement for Sin, giving us a glimpse into the mind of Christ as he suffers for sin.

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Psalm 103 - The Sin of "Forgetfulness"

David charges us to "forget not His benefits." This is essential for believers maintaining their zeal and fire for the Lord Jesus Christ. Forgetfulness of God's work in us is a rust that eats away at our spiritual lives.

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