Not Good, One Good, Our Good in This One
Psalm 16 is majestic. Peter unleashes its importance during his first ever sermon in Acts 2:29-36, arguing that David was clearly talking about Jesus. I'm convinced.
But there's more treasure to behold in Psalm 16 as we see the words within the lush forest of its context. Playing Hegel, there is thesis, antithesis, and synthesis.
Psalm 14 calls the atheist a fool. The diagnosis is impartial—we're all the fools. The LORD looksto see if there are any who understand... Continue Reading