Gilbert House Fellowship #374: 1 Chr. 17; Psalms 25, 29, 33, 36, 39

A SUPERNATURAL worldview was perfectly natural to King David. It’s clear from his psalms that he had a better understanding of the unseen realm.

After recapitulating the prayer of David from last week’s reading of 2 Samuel 7, we discuss references in his psalms that point to spiritual beings, such as “heavenly beings,” the bene elim (literally, “sons of God”) of Psalm 29:1. For all of his faults, David knew Who is above all other elohim.

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  1. Thank you for such sound Bible teaching. I pray for you two always.

  2. Yes, vengeance is the Lord’s and He WILL repay, and the battle is the Lord’s and the victory is ours

  3. The One New Man Bible speaks of adornment in Psalm 29:2 as speaking of the Presence we feel when we are singing the high praises to Him

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