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 Return Unto Thy Rest O My Soul by Carter Conlon

Topic: Rest
Scripture(s): Psalms 116:1-2  
Description: February 27,2005 - There is no measure of human strength to take us to the place that God has prepared for us. When we become utterly bankrupt and we exhausted from all self effort and our best attempts . there will be cry formed in our heart to say God I cant go another step without you. This is the cry that God waits for so that He can do for us what we cant do for ourselves and in that place we will find rest.
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 As We Have Heard, So Have We Seen by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Psalm 48:8  
Description: “As we have heard, so have we seen in the city of the Lord of hosts, in the city of our God: God will establish it for ever.”-Psalm 48:8. 'As we have heard, so have we seen': this is seldom true. In many places we see what we have not heard, and what we have heard we do not see. Time was when many simpletons believed that the streets of London were paved with gold. I am sure I do not know any part of London in which a single lump of that metal can be found in the footway. Ten thousand idle tales there are in every country, of mines where fortunes may be dug out of the earth, and plains where wealth forces itself on the immigrant; but how seldom do we hear the good news, 'As we have heard, so have we seen.' But when you come into the 'City of the Lord of hosts, in the city of our God,' the reports about it are true, and the truth exceeds the report; for, like the Queen of Sheba, we cry, 'The half was not told me.' When we speak of the privileges of the Church of God on earth it is impossible to exaggerate. 'Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God.' Behold, what blessings, what riches, what royalties the Lord Jesus bestows upon his chosen! How cleansed they are by his blood! How quickened by his life! How honored by his glorious enthronement at the right hand of the Father...
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 Israel's Hope or The Centre of the Target by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Psalm 130:7  
Description: “Let Israel hope in the Lord: for with the Lord there is mercy, and with him is plenteous redemption.” — Psalm 130:7. When he penned this psalm, the writer, David, was in deep distress, if not of circumstances, yet of conscience. He constantly mentions iniquities, and begs forgiveness. He felt like a shipwrecked mariner, carried overboard into the raging sea. Thus he reviews the situation - 'Out of the depths have I cried unto thee, O Lord.' Yet he lived to tell the tale of deliverance. His prayer from among the waves was a memory worth preserving, and he does preserve it. The mercy of God to him he weaves into a song for us; and in this our text is found. Two things the rescued sufferer tells us. First, that, as God delivered him from the power of sin, so he will deliver all his praying, wrestling, believing people. That is the last verse of the psalm - He shall redeem Israel from all his iniquities.' The argument is - He delivered me. What am I more than others? The gracious Lord who saved me will save all those who call upon him in truth. He delivered me, though laden with iniquities, and his pardoning mercy is unfailing; and therefore he can and will rescue others from their uttermost distresses. This is a good line of reasoning, for the Lord's ways are constant, and he will do for all believers what he...
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 Return Unto Thy Rest by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Psalm 116:7  
Description: “Return unto thy rest, O my soul; for the Lord hath dealt bountifully with thee.”— Psalm 116:7. You, who have not believed in our Lord Jesus Christ, have no rest to which you can return, for you have never, found any. May God grant to you the grace to come unto Christ that you may find rest unto your souls! But we, who believe in him, do enter into rest. We are sometimes described as journeying through the wilderness towards Canaan, and the type is quite allowable; but, still, it must not be pressed, too far; for, in another sense, we have already entered into our rest. We have entered the Canaan which our Joshua has given unto us; Moses, by the law, could not lead us into this promised land; but Jesus has brought us into it, and we now have our portion and our inheritance in the covenant blessings which God has provided for his people in Christ Jesus his Son. God's people, when they are as they ought to be, are in a state of rest even now. I do not mean that they will have rest so far as this world is concerned, for this earth is not our rest, it is polluted; but I do mean that as the apostle Paul writes to the Romans, 'There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are, in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.'
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 (The Royal Psalms) Part 1 by Ed Miller

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Scripture(s): Psalm 93, Psalm 94  
Description: What should our life look like if Christ is reigning in our hearts? The first truth is a call to faith. Psalm 93 shows the Lord Jesus as entire Creator and absolute Lord. Then Psalm 94 comes along and it seems like the wickedness of man is triumphing. When by all appearances it seems that Christ is not reigning, faith sees Christ's throne infinitely higher than the mightiest waves that pound against it!
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 (The Royal Psalms) Part 2 by Ed Miller

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Scripture(s): Psalm 93, Psalm 94  
Description: Unfortunately only the first 17 minutes were recorded, but Ed gives an excellent overview of the Royal Psalms and summary of the message of Psalm 93 and 94 from Part #1. We are to take the Lord Jesus' reign by faith. It is God's will that you reign with Christ, not just survive or get by.
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 The Tender Mercies of God by David Wilkerson

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Scripture(s): Psalms 145:8-9  
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 Dead Orthodoxy and How God Brings Men To Salvation by Rolfe Barnard

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Scripture(s): Psalm 107:1-3  
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 Thou hast set my Feet in a Large Place by David Wilkerson

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Scripture(s): Psalms 31:7-8  
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 God Shall Arise and Scatter our Enemies by David Wilkerson

Topic: Deliverance
Scripture(s): Psalms 68:1  
Description: In these last days a battle cry is coming up from those who are in their prayer closet, praying through until we touch the heart of God. God will put a triumphant praise in our heart, and show us that the strongholds of satan are nothing but wax that will melt in the presence of Jesus Christ. We are called to a triumphant faith that shouts with joy, knowing that God will arise and declare to the devil, 'IT IS ENOUGH'. He will scatter our enemies.
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 The Liberation of Zion by David Wilkerson

Topic: Zion
Scripture(s): Psalms 48:1-2  
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 Only By Integrity Is There Deliverance by Neil Rhodes

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Scripture(s): 2 Samuel 3:1-5, Psalm 41:10-13  
Description: When you think of the word integrity you actually are thinking of being upright in heart and mind , being honest and sincere. When up-rightness is lacking in the home integrity is undermined . Allowing compromise into your life will rob your integrity. It doesn’t matter how attractive compromise looks it will always oppress you depress you.
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 Terrible Convictions and Gentle Drawings by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Psalms 32:3-4  
Description: David here describes a very common experience amongst convinced sinners. He was subjected to extreme terrors and pangs of conscience. These terrors were continual; they scared him at night with visions, they terrified him all day with dark and gloomy forebodings. “Day and night thy hand was heavy upon me.” His pain was so extreme, that when he resorted to prayer he could scarcely utter an articulate word. There were groanings that could not be uttered within his spirit; and hence he calls his prayer roaring — a “roaring all the day long.” Wherever he was, his spirit seemed to be always sighing, sending a full torrent of melancholy groans upwards towards God; a “roaring all the day long.” So far did this groaning proceed, that at last his bodily frame began to show evidences of it. He grew old, and that not merely in the lines of the countenance and the falling in of the cheeks, but his very bones seemed as if they partook of the suffering. He became like an old man before his time. We have heard of some who through severe trouble have had their hair blanched in a single night.
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 A Pure Heart - Part 1 by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Repentance
Scripture(s): Psalms 51  
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 A Pure Heart - Part 2 by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Repentance
Scripture(s): Psalms 51  
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 My Sin Is Ever Before Me by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Repentance
Scripture(s): Psalms 51  
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 Revive Us Again by Duncan Campbell

Topic: Revival
Scripture(s): Psalms 85, 2 Chronicles 7:14  
Description: This is not so much a teaching as it is the groanings of a burdened heart to exalt God above man to His rightful place in revival. Campbell shared several practical "principles that govern spiritual quickening." The differences between a God-sent revival and the man-centered evangelistic means of his day are truly heart-searching for anyone engaged in work to save men's souls. Since God's sovereignty does not nullify man's responsibility, Campbell admonished his hearers to be "agents of revival" that take God up on "His covenant engagement" in prayer and staying close to the heart of the Shepherd.
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 When I Consider The Heavens by Earl R. Clark

Topic: Man
Scripture(s): Psalms 8  
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 Crucial Questions About the Will of God by Warren Wiersbe

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Scripture(s): Psalms 33:11  
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 Personal Preparation for Spiritual Awakening by Ale Leiding

Topic: Spiritual Awakening
Scripture(s): 2 Chronicles 20, Psalms 24  
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