Category: Psalm-004

Psalm 004:01

Psalms 4:1 *** Describe the prayer procedure. *** The word Neginoth, means a stringed instrument. David is giving instructions to play this psalm set to music played by a stringed instrument. Music is typically used to symbolize Gods grace policy.

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Psalm 004:02

Psalms 4:2 *** How long, asks what of you? *** The first psalm taught us that God has a plan. His plan calls for happiness s (plural) for each of our lives. Happiness s requires a completeness of ones soul,

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Psalm 004:03

Psalms 4:3 *** Who sets and who is set apart? *** Know, yada, means to know with certainty. This does not mean to know, maybe, or we hope to know, or we wish, or perhaps. This means certainty ***  

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Psalm 004:04

Psalms 4:4 *** What do you fear, what should you fear? *** To tremble, ragaz, means to fear, to tremble, to quiver and is taken from a feminine emotion of shaking with fear or trembling at the prospects of something

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Psalm 004:05

Psalms 4:5 *** You are to pursue what? *** The first psalm taught us that God has a plan. His plan calls for happiness s (plural) for each of our lives. Happiness s requires a completeness of ones soul, of

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Psalm 004:06

Psalms 4:6 *** Who can provide happiness, and how? *** The phrase, who will show us good, is an expression for how do we find happiness. ***   http://www.dailybiblestudy.org     6 There be many [rab] that say, [‘amar] Who

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Psalm 004:07

  Psalms 4:7 *** What is more valuable than the worlds wealth? *** Happiness is the ultimate objective of everyone. Regardless of who you are or what you do in life, or what you have, or what your circumstances are,

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Psalm 004:08

Psalms 4:8 *** What should be the focus and completion of your life? *** When in your life are you at your greatest risk of danger? When you are asleep. ***   http://www.dailybiblestudy.org     8 I will both[yachad] lay

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