Psalm 22 deals with the death of Christ. Psalm 69 deals with the life of Christ.
Psalm 69 is the second most quoted chapter in the New Testament. It is quoted in Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, Romans and elsewhere
Do not give fair names to foul sins; call them what you will, they will smell no sweeter.
Look to see your sins as God sees your sins.
If our heart is not conscious of the hell deservingness of our sin, we cannot expect to find forgiveness.
It is not the other person’s rebellion of heart you are responsible for.
Jesus grew up in a divided and somewhat unhappy home.
Through the glorious virgin birth, the religious crowd spoke about Jesus not knowing who His Father was.
Jesus was accused of being illegitimate, so you and I could be called children of God, and we would never be called illegitimate.
The first time Jesus came, He came in humiliation. Jesus is coming back in exaltation.
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