exegesis

NOTES ON PSALM 85 The outstanding peculiarity of this Psalm is its sudden transitions of feeling. Beginning with exuberant thanksgiving for restoration of the nation (vv 1-3), it passing, without intermediate gradations, to complaints of God’s continued wrath and entreaties for restoration (vv 4-7), and then suddenly rises to joyous assurance of inward and outward   Read More …

Categories: Exegesis
Ron Dunn devo. 3

“Out of the depths have I cried unto Thee, O Lord.” Psalm 130:1 The Spanish philosopher, Miguel Unamuno, once said:  If we ever got honest enough to go out into the streets and uncover our common grief, we would discover that we are all grieving for the self-same thing.”  His words call to mind the   Read More …

Categories: Devotions
Ron Dunn Sermons

The Solution to It, pt 2 Psalm 37 1Fret not thyself because of evildoers, neither be thou envious against the workers of iniquity. 2For they shall soon be cut down like the grass And wither as the green herb. 3Trust in the LORD and do good; So shall thou dwell in the land and verily   Read More …

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Ron Dunn Sermons

The Solution to It, pt 1 Text: Psalm 37 It is a strange world we live in–a strange time.  It is interesting how things change, interesting that the things we once thought were the solutions to our problems have now become our problems.  I remember a number of years ago when somebody said the solution   Read More …

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Ron Dunn Sermons

“The Source of It”  Part I Psalm 37 I want you to open your Bible today to Psalm 37.  I want to read the first seven verses.  During these days together we are going to be looking at Psalm 37 under what I have titled When the Upright Get Uptight. 1Fret not thyself because of   Read More …

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