Psalm 2:12 Teaching Outline
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by Keith Throop
2y ago
David Calls Upon the Nations to Trust in the LORD Thus far in our study of this psalm we have seen how David contemplated the rebellion of the nations against the LORD and His Messiah (vss. 1-3), then how he described the LORD Himself speaking of His Messiah (vss. 4-6), and then how he began ..read more
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Psalm 2:10-11 Teaching Outline
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by Keith Throop
2y ago
David Calls Upon the Nations to Cease Their Rebellion Thus far in our study of this psalm we have seen how David contemplated the rebellion of the nations against the LORD and His Messiah (vss. 1-3), then how he described the LORD Himself speaking of His Messiah (vss. 4-6), and then how he began to ..read more
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Psalm 2:8-9 Teaching Outline
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by Keith Throop
2y ago
God the Son Speaks Concerning the Nations Thus far in our study of this psalm we have seen how David contemplated the rebellion of the nations against the LORD and His Messiah (vss. 1-3), then how he described the LORD Himself speaking of His Messiah (vss. 4-6), and then, last week, how he began to ..read more
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Psalm 2:7 Teaching Outline
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by Keith Throop
2y ago
God the Son Declares His Father’s Decree When we were last in the passage, we saw how David contemplated the rebellion of the nations against the LORD and against His Messiah (Psalm 2:1-3), and then we saw how he described the LORD Himself speaking of His Messiah (Psalm 2:4-6). We saw that he was referring ..read more
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Psalm 2:4-6 Teaching Outline
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by Keith Throop
2y ago
In a previous post we saw how David contemplated the rebellion of the nations against the LORD and His Messiah. As we continue our examination of Psalm 2 in this post, we will see how he described the LORD Himself speaking of His Messiah. This means that he is referring to the words of God ..read more
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Psalm 2:1-3 Teaching Outline
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by Keith Throop
2y ago
Introduction: Today we are going to begin our study of the first Messianic psalm in the Book of Psalms. It is quoted or alluded to as such a number of times in the New Testament. Although the psalm itself does not have a superscription identifying the author, the early Christians, including the Apostles, attributed the ..read more
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Fasting for the Glory of God (Matthew 6:16-18 Teaching Outline)
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by Keith Throop
2y ago
Introduction: As we approach this text, it is good to remember the preceding context. Earlier in this passage, our Lord Jesus warned us against hypocrisy in giving and called upon us to be concerned about giving for the glory of God rather than men (6:1-4). Then He warned us against hypocrisy in praying and called ..read more
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A Principle Concerning When Not to Share the Truth (Matthew 7:6)
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by Keith Throop
2y ago
Introduction: In this post I am going to attempt to tackle a difficult saying of our Lord Jesus, one that has often been misunderstood but which contains a crucial teaching that we must all learn to heed. This teaching comes in the form of a principle stated by means of metaphor, a principle which offers ..read more
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The Importance of Proper Judging (Matthew 7:1-5)
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by Keith Throop
2y ago
Introduction: In the following illustration Kent Hughes relates the “experience of a certain young bachelor”: Every time he brought a prospective wife home, his mother criticized her unmercifully. The young man was at his wits end when a friend offered this advice: “Find someone like your mother.” So he looked and looked until he found ..read more
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The Narrow Way (Matthew 7:13-14 Teaching Outline)
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by Keith Throop
2y ago
Introduction: As I studied this passage, I was reminded of a famous poem by Robert Frost: Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took ..read more
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