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Posts from April 2015

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Are You Frozen?

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Are You Frozen? Mike Johnson Consider a story, which I have had for many years in my files.  I do not know the name of the author, but the message is evident. The story is called “Waiting too Long.” Once a man standing by Niagara saw an eagle sitting on a lamb frozen in a […]

A Broken & Contrite Heart (Ps. 51:16-17)

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A Broken & Contrite Heart Mike Johnson  In Psalm 51, the writer expresses great sorrow for sins he had committed.  It is thought this Psalm was written by David after his sin with Bathsheba.  He repeatedly asked God for mercy and forgiveness. Consider verses 16-17 which say, “For You do not desire sacrifice, or else I […]

My Sin Is Always Before Me (Ps. 51:3)

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My Sin Is Always Before Me (Psalm 51:3) Mike Johnson The writer of Psalm 51 expresses great sorrow for his sins. Most agree that David is the author of this Psalm, and that he wrote it after his sin with Bathsheba.  In II Samuel 11-12, we learn David committed the sin of adultery, and then […]

Restore Unto Me the Joy of Your Salvation (Ps. 51:12)

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Restore Unto Me the Joy of Your Salvation (Ps. 51:12) Mike Johnson According to the beginning notes of Psalm 51, David is its author, and he wrote it after his sin with Bathsheba.  Engulfed with emotion; he is asking God to have mercy on him and extend His forgiveness.  In the first part of verse […]