The Law of the Lord Is Perfect

Psa 19:1  To the director: A song of David. The heavens tell about the glory of God. The skies announce what his hands have made.
Psa 19:2  Each new day tells more of the story, and each night reveals more and more about God’s power.
Psa 19:3  You cannot hear them say anything. They don’t make any sound we can hear.
Psa 19:4  But their message goes throughout the world. Their teaching reaches the ends of the earth. The sun’s tent is set up in the heavens.
Psa 19:5  It comes out like a happy bridegroom from his bedroom. It begins its path across the sky like an athlete eager to run a race.
Psa 19:6  It starts at one end of the sky and runs all the way to the other end. Nothing can hide from its heat.
Psa 19:7  The LORD’S teachings are perfect. They give strength to his people. The LORD’S rules can be trusted. They help even the foolish become wise.
Psa 19:8  The LORD’S laws are right. They make people happy. The LORD’S commands are good. They show people the right way to live.
Psa 19:9  Learning respect for the LORD is good. It will last forever. The LORD’S judgments are right. They are completely fair.
Psa 19:10  His teachings are worth more than pure gold. They are sweeter than the best honey dripping from the honeycomb.
Psa 19:11  His teachings warn his servants, and good things come to those who obey them.
Psa 19:12  People cannot see their own mistakes, so don’t let me commit secret sins.
Psa 19:13  Don’t let me do what I know is wrong. Don’t let sin control me. If you help me, I can be pure and free from sin.
Psa 19:14  May my words and thoughts please you. LORD, you are my Rock—the one who rescues me.

Great blessings ;

*sa 94:12;23;   LORD, great blessings belong to those you discipline, to those you teach from your law.
You help them stay calm when trouble comes. You will help them until the wicked are put in their graves.
The LORD will not leave his people. He will not leave them without help.
Justice will return and bring fairness. And those who want to do right will be there to see it.
No one helped me fight against the wicked. No one stood with me against those who do evil.
And if the LORD had not helped me, I would have been silenced by death.
I know I was ready to fall, but, LORD, your faithful love supported me.
I was very worried and upset, but you comforted me and made me happy!
You don’t help crooked judges. They use the law to make life hard for the people.
They attack those who do right. They say innocent people are guilty and put them to death.
But the LORD is my place of safety, high on the mountain. God, my Rock, is my safe place!
{ ERV}

From; the study’s of e-sword.

 

Thru the bible-a new name;

A NEW NAME!

“Thy name shall be called no more Jacob, but Israel.”– Gen_32:28.

“He that overcometh, I will write upon him Mine own New Name.”– Rev_3:12.

THROUGH THE Bible, name stands for nature. In those wise old days, names were not given because of their euphonious sound, but as revealing some characteristic trait. Shepherds are said to name their sheep by their defects; in some cases Old Testament names seem to have been given on the same principle. It was so with Jacob. When the Angel said: “What is thy name?” he answered, “Jacob,” supplanter: Never shrink, in your dealings with God, to call yourself by your own specific title, whether it be the least of all saints, the chief of sinners, or the dissembler and cheat!

The first condition of losing our old nature is to confess to its possession; the next is to yield to God. Be conquered by God, yield to Him, submit to His Will, especially in that one point where His Spirit presses thee hard. Life is full of the approaches of the wrestling Angel, only we rebut instead of allowing ourselves to be vanquished by Him. Each time we allow God to have His way in some new point of our character, we acquire the new name. In other words, a new phase of character is developed, a new touch of the Divine love passes into our being, and we are transformed more perfectly into His likeness, whose Name comprehends all names. Jacob becomes Israel; Simon becomes Peter the Rock-man; Saul becomes Paul the Apostle.

When God calls us by a new name, He communicates to us a new Name for Himself. In other words, He gives us a deeper revelation of Himself. He reveals attributes which before had been concealed. The Apostle in the Apocalypse tells us that every time we overcome, God gives to us a white stone, in which His new name is written, in evident reference to the pure diamond of the Urim and Thummim, by which He spoke to Israel, and on which Jehovah was engraved (Exo_28:29-30; Rev_2:17). Each victor over sin has his own stone of Urim, knows God’s will at first hand, and has revelations of God’s character, which only he knows to whom they are made (Mat_11:25).

PRAYER

Give unto us, O God, the white stone with the new Name written on it, that he only knows who receives it. Manifest Thyself to us as Thou dost not to the world. AMEN.

 From the study’s of esword.