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  1. Daigar
    For the leader. A psalm of David: ADONAI, you have probed me, and you know me. You know when I sit and when I stand up, you discern my inclinations from afar, you scrutinize my daily activities. You are so familiar with all my ways that before I speak even a word, ADONAI, you know all about it already. You have hemmed me in both behind and in front and laid your hand on me.
  2. Maunris
    Psalm God’s omniscience, omnipresence, and omnipotence are the subjects of David’s meditations in this beautiful psalm. In this psalm David asked God to examine him thoroughly to affirm his innocence. The psalm has four strophes of six verses each. The message progresses significantly from .
  3. Yogal
    (b) The fact that he is everywhere present, Psalm (c) The fact that all in our past life has been known to God; that he has created us, and that his eye has been upon us from the beginning of our existence, Psalm (d) The fact that his thoughts toward us are precious, and numberless as the sand, Psalm II.
  4. Grogrel
    Posts about Psalm written by pastordavesimpson. The Unexpected Pastor. Faith and Science, Psalm | Tagged Cassini, Dione, God created, knit together in my mother's womb Tagged Brittany Maynard, Death With Dignity, ELCA End of LIfe Social Statement, Physician Assisted Suicide, Psalm | 2 Comments. Quantum God. Posted on.
  5. Meztikree
    Psalm has to be one of my favorite psalms. It covers our entire being and shows the greatness and pursuit of God in our lives. This blog and the next three will all deal with this great psalm. The first six verses declare over and over again how much God knows us. God says to us, “I know you. I know everything about you.
  6. Shakagar
    Psalm is a psalm of incredible intimacy—divine intimacy. God knows us; sees us; loves us like the LORD only can. He has known us and cared for us from the moment of conception. We need to make that statement personal, because it is personal. The Almighty has known me, and cared for me from the moment of my conception.
  7. Kagazil
    Psalm - NIV: You have searched me, LORD, and you know me. You know when I sit and when I rise; you perceive my thoughts from afar.
  8. Necage
    Tucker and Grant coordinate both tasks in their commentary on Psalm At the start, they offer a unifying thread that serves as an interpretive key: As in Psalm , the writer of Psalm announces the threats that befall him and pleads for God’s action (Ps –22).
  9. Tusar
    In the opening six verses of Psalm , there are eight different Hebrew words that stack up to tell you that God knows your story intimately: "O LORD, you have searched me and known me! You know when I sit down and when I stand up; you understand my thoughts from far away. You observe my travels and my rest; You are aware of all my ways.

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