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May 27 - Morning

"The heavens declare the glory of God;
the skies proclaim the work of his hands.
Day after day they pour forth speech;
night after night they reveal knowledge.
They have no speech, they use no words;
no sound is heard from them.
Yet their voice goes out into all the earth,
their words to the ends of the world."

- Psalms 19:1-4

Sunset on the Sea of Galilee; Click to go to next devotion  
The Unavoidable, Unmistakable Divine Witness in the Solar System    

Psalm 19 is similar to Psalm 8 in its beginning. But, where Psalm 8 turns to discuss man as another of God’s great creations, Psalm 19 switches to discuss the other source of God’s revelation, the written word (Ps. 19:7-11). C.H. Spurgeon wrote:

“He is wisest who reads both the world-book and the Word-book as two volumes of the same work, and feels concerning them, ‘My Father wrote them both.’ ”

Just as life on earth cannot occur without the sun and the solar system (the speechless book of Psalm 19:1-6), neither can life on earth occur without the written revelation of God’s word (the written revelation of Psalm 19:7-14). But, just like both the sun and the written revelation can bring the light and warmth needed for life, they can also both bring the exposing spotlight of judgment and the fiery heat of destruction/purification.

C. S. Lewis wrote concerning Psalm 19:

            “I take this to be the greatest poem in the Psalter and one of the greatest lyrics in the world.”

The subscript of the title says that Psalm 19 was written by David “for the director of music” which indicates the words of Psalm 19 were originally lyrics set to be sung along with the sound of Hebrew music current in 1000 BC.

The created solar system has been a testimony to God the creator since the beginning. Paul expresses this thought in Romans 1:20:

“For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities – his eternal power and divine nature – have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse.”

The heavens are in a continuous state of declaring God’s existence, power, wisdom and character. The endless expanse presents our best image of infinity. Divine wisdom begins to be perceived when considering the symphonic precision of the orbits of the planets, galaxies and unmeasurable universes. A demonstration of the omnipotent-power is declared in the brightness, size and the harnessed weight of the celestial bodies. If for no other reason the expanding vastness of the universe serves one purpose: To declare the glory of God!

Psalm 19 says literally that “no speech, no words, their voice is not heard.” This means to say that the glorious images portrayed by these unfathomable creations successfully communicate without words and without speech to man in every language, in every generation and in every location simply through the physical senses that perceive by sight and feel.
  Christian Quote from Church History

"Is prayer your steering wheel or spare tire?"
- Corrie Ten Boom






Something to Ponder??

Although the majority of the books in the New Testament are Paul's letters, the largest portion of the New Testament is occupied by Luke’s writing in his two books:
- Gospel of Luke
- Acts of the Apostles

Hebrew and Greek Word Study   Facts and Information

Hamon (Hb) – multitude (Eng) – hamon is the Hebrew word that means “multitude,” but also “lively commotion,” “tumult,” “turmoil,” noise,” “crowd,” and “abundance.” In Isaiah 63:15 hamon is used to communicate “agitation.” In 2 Samuel 18:29 hamon refers to the stirring of a crowd.


There are 5,500 sites to be excavated in Israel, and only a few hundred have been examined. Likewise, further to the East in the birthplace of the Bible story, and the land of Jewish captivity, there are still 1,000’s of potential sites with rich archaeological secrets to reveal. Finances, favorable political climates and sheer man power are all needed to pursue these finds.

Confession to Action   Facts and Information

Does the worldly systems and the carnal distractions block my view the glory of the Lord in the physical reality he has created? I will seek to see the glory, wonder and power of the Lord in his creation in spite of the darkness of this age.


"Perfume and incense bring joy to the heart,
    and the pleasantness
of a friend
    springs from their
heartfelt advice."

- Proverbs 27:9
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Read one chapter each day to read through the narrative portion (or, the story line) of the whole Bible Genesis-Acts in one year. Read the General Text of the Bible Read the Complete Text of the Bible in a Year
First Samuel 5 Hosea 5 1 Chronicles 26-27; Psalm 127
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Photo of Jerusalem; Pictures of Israel Bible Map and Diagram
John 9:1-8, blind man, mud, Jesus, steps to the Pool of Siloam,

Esther chapter one 1 on a map

Details of Esther chapter one on a map.

This is the excavated steps and walkway leading away from the
Pool of Siloam north towards the Temple Mount. The blind man that Jesus sent to wash the mud out of his eyes at the Pool of Siloam in John 9:1-8.
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