Note: Problem facing this world. Without Christ I'm lost. Stare at Syria and Yemen, these two downtrodden people and places enough. Want to groan, cry, scream – do something. Typing seems inadequate and vain. Done to echo and appreciate those keeping us aware and more importantly, somehow gather and put pressure on those who might make a . . .
Loath to say, without God raising up pray-ers, this world will – topple-over. (nb 'world'). This or not, more or less – all that matters, weighs heavy on me. No other conclusive, let alone reliable way back, from this brink we're on. But God coming? Not the 'again' time. That given, but now, like days of old? . . .
If read Heiser's 'Unseen Realm' more and better/sooner, could've had a go and commenting on Ps.82 and God presiding in the great assembly. Instead the cry, Rise up, O God, judge the earth, for all the nations are your inheritance or inheritance in... Youngs. 'Literal'. 82's, last verse. Skirt past the . . .
Is is knowing God or, doing for and with, God?
Deeply troubled is 'I need to ask and receive'. This has to be the way. Knowing why and what? Unlock and delivery.
The Psalm’s about, why bother? Staring at the world-looking successful and pretty. Don't get pangs of troubled. But for... grace of… Goes . . .
Do not 'charah' – 'to burn or be kindled with anger'. What (do you) do, when faced with conflicting thoughts within the Bible? How can we be angry and not sin?
Read 'through' Jesus. This carries the theological day. What Jesus say/do? Fit into.
Restating first-Seed principles. Believe we . . .
In my 'tsarah' (tsaw-raw), a tightness (i.e. figuratively, trouble); transitively, a female rival – adversary, adversity, affliction, anguish, distress, tribulation, trouble.
Can cometh bit habitual for little reason than the milieu. Shaped up the with practice. Relatively mild nout to shout-about, out of . . .
First two verses, first Psalm (107) of the last section (Book 5). The Psalms.
O give thanks unto the Lord, for he is good: for his mercy endureth for ever.
Let the redeemed of the Lord say so, whom he hath redeemed from the hand of the enemy;
How can we be redeemed, if we're not free at all because the . . .