The bands of the wicked have robbed me: but I have not forgotten thy law. Psalm 119:61 The bands of pain roll over me, The wicked laugh. Have you forgotten? Robbed me of strength, time, solitude, But your hand, I have not seen wonderful works. Forgotten are you words, Thy law reminds me of daysContinue reading “Law #61”
What does it mean to be poor? Chapter 28 is the poor man’s chapter in Proverbs. He is highlighted in six of the eight sections of the chapter.
I have a feeling that these are in the text so that we will notice them and understand the difference in the two groups. These comparisons complement the Two Ways described in chapter one.
Here is the second half of what he said in his commentary on Psalm 1:6. “But as for the wicked, he plows the sea, and though there may seem to be a shining trail behind his keel, yet the waves shall pass over it, and the place that knew him shall know him no moreContinue reading “A Note from Rev. Spurgeon on the Wicked.”