by Jim Perdue

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That Settles It (13 of 23)
Series: Life by the Book
Jim Perdue
Psalm 119:89-96

In our study of Psalm 119 we are learning to live Life By the Book. This remarkable Psalm teaches us what it means to live according to the Word. Tonight, we come to Psalm 119:89-96 and we think about the subject, That Settles It.

I draw my title from a phrase in verse 89, ''forever, O Lord, your word is firmly fixed in the heavens.'' I like the way another translation says it, ''Forever, O Lord, your word is settled in heaven.'' *Do you remember those bumper stickers that used to say, ''God said it, I believe it, that settles it.'' Well, after awhile there was another set that came out that simply said, ''God said it. That settles it.'' And that's really the truth. When God says something, that should settle it for us. And the psalmist makes it clear here that God's Word is ''firmly fixed'' and ''settled'' for all of eternity. READ TEXT

*If you and I were to get in our cars and trucks and RV's we could head out on the road and travel just about 2,000 miles or so out west to Wyoming and visit Yellowstone National Park. Now I am sure that a few of you have been there before. And if you have been there before, then you probably know what most people go there to see right? Sure, ''Old Faithful'', which is a large cone geyser (form of hot spring), located in the park. It isn't the biggest geyser there, and it isn't even the most regular geyser there when it comes to intervals between eruptions, but over the years it has certainly lived up to its name and entertained who knows how many people as it shoots up to 8400 gallons of boiling water up to 180 feet in the air every 91 minutes or so. Now even if you have never seen it in person, you have more than likely seen it on television, in a book or magazine or at least heard about it when you were still in school. Every year more than 3 million people visit Yellowstone National Park, with about 85 percent visiting the Old Faithful ...

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