Psalm 139 is one of the better-loved psalms. If we study it from a purely theological standpoint, we might call it the “omni” psalm, because it is one of the primary texts in Scripture that clearly teach divine omnipotence, omniscience, and omnipresence. These are theological
The book of Numbers reminds us that God saves his people for the purpose of having a growing relationship with them. He saves his people to sanctify them. He delivers them develop them. He rescues them to restore and to remake them—that is, to redeem
Christians sometimes speak of Satan as “the god of this world” (2 Corinthians 3:4) and assume that this means he has godlike authority in the present age. The world system, they assume, is under satanic influence. This results in a pessimistic outlook on life in
“Numbers teaches us that when God is with his people, the only thing they need to fear is their own sin.” This summary by pastor C. W. Faulkner is helpful. And the more I dig into the text of Numbers, the clearer this truth becomes.