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Alaka Levinus Ogechi's Psalms Chapter 27 comment about verse 8 on 10/17/2020, 3:03pm...

In this verse we are taught that if we would have the Lord hear our voice, we must be careful to respond to his voice. The true heart should echo the will of God as the rocks among the Alps repeat in sweetest music the notes of the peasant's horn. Observe, that the command was in the plural, to all the saints, Seek ye; but the man of God turned it into the singular by a personal application, Thy face, Lord, will I seek. The voice of the Lord is very effectual where all other voices fail. When thou saidst, then my heart, my inmost nature was moved to an obedient reply. Note the promptness of the response -- no sooner said than done; as soon as God said "seek," the heart said, "I will seek." Oh, for more of this holy readiness! Would to God that we were more plastic to the divine hand, more sensitive of the touch of God's Spirit.

 


Erech Christ Nimrod's Psalms Chapter 27 comment about verse 8 on 10/17/2020, 5:27am...

Psalms 27:8 "When thou saidst, Seek ye My Face; my heart said unto Thee, Thy Face, LORD, will I seek."

Genesis 1:27 says that we ALL are made in the Image of God. Therefore you can find the LOVING Face of the LORD in the mirror. Amen.

 


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