Study: God’s forgiveness is especially evident in the lives of King David and King Manasseh. Read this commentary on Psalm 51, forgiveness, sin, and repentance.

What Does Jehovah’s Forgiveness Mean For You?

Study: God’s forgiveness is especially evident in the lives of King David and King Manasseh. Read this commentary on Psalm forgiveness, sin, and repentance.

Numbers 6:24-27 New King James Version (NKJV) 24 “The Lord bless you and keep you; 25 The Lord make His face shine upon you, And be gracious...

Numbers New King James Version (NKJV) 24 “The Lord bless you and keep you; 25 The Lord make His face shine upon you, And be gracious.

CREATE IN ME A CLEAN HEART, OH GOD. - Psalm 51:10. From Pulpit Commentary: Verse 10. - Create in me a clean heart, O God; i.e. do more than purify me - do more than cleanse me (ver. 7); by an act of creative power, make in me a new clean heart. Cost: $37.45 per shirt.

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CREATE IN ME A CLEAN HEART, OH GOD. - Psalm 51:10. From Pulpit Commentary: Verse 10. - Create in me a clean heart, O God; i.e. do more than purify me - do more than cleanse me (ver. 7); by an act of creative power, make in me a new clean heart. Order your copy of the T-Shirt with this Bible verse on it today!

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C. H. Spurgeon, link to his commentary on Psalms, "The Treasury of David"

Treasury of David—Psalm 87 Praise God from whom all blessings flee. Verse Glorious things are spoken of thee, O city of God.

CREATE IN ME A CLEAN HEART, OH GOD. - Psalm 51:10. From Pulpit Commentary: Verse 10. - Create in me a clean heart, O God; i.e. do more than purify me - do more than cleanse me (ver. 7); by an act of creative power, make in me a new clean heart. $27.30 per wall decal.

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CREATE IN ME A CLEAN HEART, OH GOD. - Psalm 51:10. From Pulpit Commentary: Verse 10. - Create in me a clean heart, O God; i.e. do more than purify me - do more than cleanse me (ver. 7); by an act of creative power, make in me a new clean heart. Cost: $45.70 per shirt.

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Study: God’s forgiveness is especially evident in the lives of King David and King Manasseh. Read this commentary on Psalm 51, forgiveness, sin, and repentance.

What Does Jehovah’s Forgiveness Mean For You?

Study: God’s forgiveness is especially evident in the lives of King David and King Manasseh. Read this commentary on Psalm forgiveness, sin, and repentance.

James 1:21 is a Bible verse from the New Testament that gives us the last word on why we endure trials in our lives. Study this Bible verse and…

Psalm is a Bible verse in the Psalms where King David asks God to restore his joy and to hold him up with His Spirit. Study this Bible verse and Commentary to know the joy and freedom of the mercy of Jesus Christ.

You do not desire a sacrifice, or I would offer one. Psalm 51:16 - There’re all these ideas about what and how we sacrifice for God. I’ve been told that I need to sacrifice my time, money, dreams, ideas, desires - so much sacrifice - lay it all down on the altar. The Bible is littered with talk about the ritual, meaning, and practicalities of it. There is an endless amount of commentary, theological writings, articles and ideas on sacrifice... <<CLICK THE IMAGE TO KEEP READING>>

Ritual Sacrifice and Its Contradiction - Part 2 - Daily Devotional

Psalms 51-100 (Hardcover) (Marvin E. Tate)

Psalms 51-100 (Hardcover) (Marvin E. Tate)

Word Biblical Commentary : Psalms (Vol (Hardcover) (Peter C. Craigie & Marvin E.

The writer of Psalm 51, King David, knew the blessed peace and fellowship with God. He was honored to be someone known as a man after God’s own heart.

The writer of Psalm King David, knew the blessed peace and fellowship with God. He was honored to be someone known as a man after God’s own heart.

Diodore Of Tarsus: Commentary Of Psalms 1-51

Evagrius, Kephalaia Gnostica: A New Translation of the Unreformed Text from the Syriac

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