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Chuck Smith :: Sermon Notes for Psalm 103

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I. REASONS FOR PRAISE (PERSONAL).
A. "Who forgiveth all thine iniquities."
1. This is my first and foremost need.
2. O the blessedness of sins forgiven.
B. "Who healeth all thy diseases."
1. Spiritual as well as physical.
2. Far more deadly the diseases of the soul.
C. "Who redeemeth thy life from destruction."
1. The disease of my soul and my iniquities had fit me for destruction.
2. A great price who can pay?
D. "Who crowneth thee with the kindnesses of love and tender mercies."
E. "Who satisfieth thy mouth with good things."
1. Mouth (prime) desire.
2. The satisfaction of the Christian life.
a. Man apart from God may be satiated but never satisfied.
II. REASONS FOR PRAISE (UNIVERSAL).
A. "Jehovah executes righteousness and judgment."
1. One of the greatest problems the injustice of man.
B. "Jehovah is merciful and gracious."
1. Patience of God "slow to anger."
2. Mercy of God.
a. "Not dealt with us after our sins."
b. "Nor rewarded us according to iniquities."
c. It's length "for as the heaven is high."
d. It's breadth "as far as the east is..."
C. Jehovah has pity.
1. Pity is a quality born of understanding.
a. "He knows our frame - dust."
D. Jehovah's kingdom ruleth over all.
1. Jehovah reigns let the earth rejoice.
a. "He knows our frame - dust."
E. Jehovah's kingdom ruleth overall.
1. Jehovah reigns let the earth rejoice.
2. In danger of losing sight of this truth.
III. UNIVERSAL ADORATION LIKE SITTING AT KEYBOARD OF GREAT ORGAN CALLING ALL UNIVERSE IN GLORIOUS HARMONY.
A. "Bless the Lord" ye His angels.
B. Bless the Lord all ye His host.
1. And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of heavenly host."
C. Bless Jehovah ye ministers of His.
1. Refer to angels but more.
2. Minister has unfortunately come to a narrow interpretation.
3. We who do His will are all his ministers.
4. Many ministries.
D. In case any left out not yet coming into great anthem of praise.
"Bless Jehovah all His works in all places."
1. Stones cry out.
After David had called all the universe into this glorious resplendant praise it is as if he stands in awe as he listens to the glorious strains and bowing his head overwhealmed he declares "Bless the Lord O my soul."
Sermon Notes for Psalm 102:16-18 ← Prior Section
Sermon Notes for Psalm 103 Next Section →
Sermon Notes for Job 1:20-22 ← Prior Book
Sermon Notes for Proverbs 1:7 Next Book →
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