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Visit the "Mentoring" page for a free page-by-page walk through our exhaustive study, Psychology of the Psalms, on the emotional roller coaster of life and how to keep from falling off! Over three years of work went into this commentary. Online study will continue for several months.


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"After years of wandering around in the desert a person can show signs of exasperation. It wasn’t road rage at the speed they were traveling, but rather path in the desert rage. Moses cocked the rod like a baseball bat and smote the rock a second time. As before, water gushed forth, supplying plenty of water but the incident angered the Lord, even costing Moses entrance into the Promise Land. Why? Because Moses was only supposed to "speak unto the rock..." Striking the rock the second time is like crucifying the Son of God afresh. "We have been sanctified through the offering of the body of Jesus Christ once for all" (Heb 10:10). One smiting was sufficient. One trip to Calvary paid the penalty in full. We are not to spank the rock; we are to speak to it. Jesus cried, "It is finished!" On the Day of Pentecost the Holy Spirit poured forth like a flood from the Rock. The faucet has never been turned off. It is on standby, waiting for our call. Confess the promises of God. Talk to the Rock!"

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