This blog section has been broken down into two for lighter reading. You can read the first part here. 1 Chronicles 29:11 The prayer given by David in 1 Chronicles 29:10-19 has many aspects of the Lord’s prayer contained in the prayer. It includes references to; Our Father (1 Chr 29:10, 18), His Name (29:13, 16); His Kingdom (29:11); His revealed will to be done (29:19); His provision (29:16); His forgiveness (29:17-18); His deliverance (29:11, 15). David prays this prayer before his
A guide for prayer
So many as can conceive prayer, ought to make use of that gift of God; albeit those who are rude and weaker may begin at a set form of prayer, but so as they be not sluggish in stirring up in themselves (according to their daily necessities) the spirit of prayer, which is given to all the children of God in some measure: to which effect, they ought to be more fervent and frequent in secret prayer to God, for
Why do the Nations Rage?
Psalm Two ends a similar way to the beginning of Psalm One. Psalm two ends with the phrase, “Blessed are all who take refuge in him” (Psalm 2:12b). Psalm one begins with “Blessed is the man … his delight is in the law of the Lord, and on his law, he meditates day and night” (Psalm 1:1-2). The two Psalms act as an introduction to the 150 Psalms. Psalm one focuses on a singular man, and as we looked at last