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Mar 1996 - Notes On Psalm 5 - Bible Studies 1964

In contrast to Psalm 4, which was to be sung to the accompaniment of stringed instruments, this psalm was to be sung to the music of wind instruments. It may be that the contents of these psalms were suited to ...


Mar 1996 - Editorial

Crises in life often bring out qualities in people which may have been suppressed or lain dormant. This was certainly the case with two members of the Sanhedrin at the time of the crucifixion of the Lord Joseph of Arimathea ...


Nicodemus, Joseph Of Arimethea

Nicodemus and Joseph: how much they had in common! They were both members of the Sanhedrin, the ruling body of the Jewish nation, and were both rich men. Further, both were secret disciples of Jesus, for fear of their fellows. ...


Christ The Foundation Stone

More than any other Old Testament prophet, Isaiah was used to prophesy about the Person of Christ, His sufferings and glories, and the far-reaching purposes of God through His work. A most interesting verse in Isaiah 28:16 which describes the ...


A Bullet Through The Song Of Peace

The assassination of Israel's Prime Minister Rabin last November stunned his nation, deeply affected neighbouring Middle Eastern states and had repercussions world-wide. Heads of State from more than forty countries gathered in Jerusalem for Yitzak Rabin's funeral, reflecting a recognition ...


Sin, Its Origin And Outworking

Regarding the origin and outworking of sin, the Scriptures are chiefly concerned with this subject as it affects the human race from the fall of Adam onwards, but glimpses are given of an even earlier expression of sin in the ...



As Jesus faced death, He prayed for those who were crucifying Him. Only in Luke's Gospel do we read the first words from the Cross, 'Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing' (1). Who was ...



That is our response to the courage of God's people during a time of adversity. There was little to encourage the desolate Israelites in Jerusalem where the city walls were in crumbling ruin, and the gates had been destroyed by ...


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