Saturday, February 6, 2016

Psalm 39:7


Copyright  2016 J. Neely
Psalm 39:7

7 And now, Lord ['Adonay], what wait [qavah] I for? my hope [towcheleth] is in thee.   KJV-Interlinear

7 “And now, O Lord, for what do I wait? My hope is in you.  ESV

The psalmist has been filled with pressures of anxiety and depression, and unable to remain quiet any longer. He has seen himself as worthless, living in a hopeless world, amounting to nothing more than a shadow in his existence.

And now, he complains, what do I wait for?

He is beginning his turning to God realizing that waiting on the world, there is nothing in the world to bring about security or contentment or anything else for that matter. And so the question, implied, where does one find cheerful or comforting views in life?

When contemplating the world in ones pursuits, the course of things in life are nothing more than a shadow, and a mysterious and empty pursuit of the things in life, that are temporary, and seemingly have no permanent purpose.

And so the psalmist realizes that hope is not in the world, but hope lies within God. And, one’s access to God is by means of the written word. And in attaining access one has to learn the written word, namely by means of receiving instruction in a daily Bible study.

And only then, when a person wakes up, and knuckles down, and dedicates himself to the pursuit of learning about God and truth, through a daily study, will the eyes be opened, and the real hope, recognized.





These studies are a part of the massive daily study web site at DailyBibeStudy.Org, and are written, so that you can come to Christ if you have not done so already, and therefore not be lost forever. 

And if you have already believed in Christ, then these studies are written so you can learn and understand and grow in your spiritual life, so that you can come to the full knowledge of Christ, so that you can fulfill your meaning and purpose in life as God intended for you, and so you can qualify for a phenomenal eternal reward which you will have forever.  To ignore this opportunity to pursue a daily study means you will be incomplete, unfulfilled and you will lose out, big time.

The Daily Bible Study is online, making it possible as never before in all of human history, to advance in ones relationship with God, through Christ, and to complete yourself beyond your imagination.

But you have to decide to make that commitment.  No one else can study for you.  You have to do that yourself.


Daily Bible Study Links Sat. 2-6-2016

Daily Bible Study Links
Sat. 2-6-2016

Today’s Study
Saturday – Daily Bible Study – Psalm 39:7  –  http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/psalm-03907
The psalmist has been filled with pressures of anxiety and depression, and unable to remain quiet any longer. He has seen himself as worthless, living in a    ……    

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Psalm 39:7  –  
The psalmist has been filled with pressures of anxiety and depression, and unable to remain quiet any longer. He has seen himself as worthless, living in a    ……    
Continue reading today’s study here →  http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/psalm-03907
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Verse of the Day:
Bible Promises:
Reading Plan:


Important links:
Main Daily Bible Study Web site:  http://www.DailyBibleStudy.Org
Daily Bible Study Library:  http://www.dailybiblestudy.org/library.html
Free Mobile App:  http://www.dailybiblestudy.org

If you wish to participate and help get the message of Christ to the world.


Study Rotation of the Last Seven Days:
Sunday – Daily Bible Study – Psalm 39:6  –   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/psalm-03906
The complaining continues. The phrase vain shew, means shadow, or something that has an appearance, but has no substance    ……    

Monday – Daily Bible Study – Isaiah 32:9  -   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/isaiah-3209
After first promising the grace of God to faithful believers, the language changed in order to make clarify that hypocrites and deceitful people will not   ….  

Tuesday – Daily Bible Study – Isaiah 32:10  -   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/isaiah-3210
The phrase, many days and years, means literally, the days upon or beyond a year. This can refer to anything beyond   ….

Wednesday – Daily Bible Study – Proverbs 1:22  –   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/proverbs-0122
The simple, the scorner, and the fool, are three terms that describe three categories of people that are progressively more culpable with regard to sin and evil, and their chosen beliefs and way of life    ……    

Thursday – Daily Bible Study – Romans 7:11  –   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/romans-0711
The most common sin in the history of the world, is indifference, or the belief that one does not need instruction in Bible doctrine   …..

Friday – Daily Bible Study – Romans 7:12     http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/romans-0712
The law, refers to the broad spectrum of truth. The commandment refers to the specific rules. And here Paul describes both as being   …..

Saturday – Daily Bible Study – Psalm 39:7  –  http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/psalm-03907
The psalmist has been filled with pressures of anxiety and depression, and unable to remain quiet any longer. He has seen himself as worthless, living in a    ……    



Friday, February 5, 2016

Romans 7:12

Copyright Ó 2016 J. Neely
Romans 7:12

12 Wherefore [hoste] [men] the law [nomos] is holy [hagios], and [kai] the commandment [entole] holy [hagios], and [kai] just [dikaios], and [kai] good [agathos].   KJV-Interlinear

12 So the law is holy, and the commandment is holy and righteous and good. ESV

The law, refers to the broad spectrum of truth. The commandment refers to the specific rules. And here Paul describes both as being holy, meaning they are not sin, but they are pure and separate and apart from sin.

And they are just, meaning they are correct and proper and righteous in their claims and penalties.

And they are good, meaning they produce a result of happiness and prosperity, which is in direct contrast to sin which produces a result of unhappiness and destitution.

Gods objective for every individual, is to possess perfect happiness, perfect prosperity, perfect security, among other things.

The law, describes the path to those objectives, but also identifies man’s inability to follow that path on his own, and therefore man’s inability to obtain those objectives on his own.

Thus the need for a different method for obtaining those results, namely salvation by means of another person.

If you can’t do something on your own, then you need someone else to help you.

Remember one important concept, that most people ignore, when they claim knowledge of or adherence to, the Mosaic law.

The law includes the rules of life, but it also includes the feasts and sacrifices, which teach access to life, by means of the work of someone else.

And of course that someone else, is Jesus Christ.





These studies, are a part of the massive daily study web site at DailyBibeStudy.Org, that is easily accessible, and are written, so that you can come to Christ if you have not done so already, and therefore not be lost forever. 

And if you have already believed in Christ, then these studies are written so you can learn and understand and grow in your spiritual life, so that you can come to the full knowledge of Christ, so that you can fulfill your meaning and purpose in life as God intended for you, and so you can qualify for a phenomenal eternal reward which you will have forever. 

To ignore this opportunity to pursue a daily study means you will be incomplete, unfulfilled and you will lose out, big time.

The Daily Bible Study is online, making it possible as never before in all of human history, to advance in ones relationship with God, through Christ, and to complete yourself beyond your imagination.

But you have to decide to make that commitment.  No one else can study for you.  You have to do that yourself.


Daily Bible Study Links Fri. 2-5-2016

Daily Bible Study Links
Fri. 2-5-2016

Today’s Study
Friday – Daily Bible Study – Romans 7:12     http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/romans-0712
The law, refers to the broad spectrum of truth. The commandment refers to the specific rules. And here Paul describes both as being   …..

Online Library
Romans 7:12 –   
The law, refers to the broad spectrum of truth. The commandment refers to the specific rules. And here Paul describes both as being   …..
Continue reading today’s study here →  http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/romans-0712
Desktop Format
Mobile Format
YouTube Video


Verse of the Day:
Bible Promises:
Reading Plan:


Important links:
Main Daily Bible Study Web site:  http://www.DailyBibleStudy.Org
Daily Bible Study Library:  http://www.dailybiblestudy.org/library.html
Free Mobile App:  http://www.dailybiblestudy.org

If you wish to participate and help get the message of Christ to the world.


Study Rotation of the Last Seven Days:
Sunday – Daily Bible Study – Psalm 39:6  –   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/psalm-03906
The complaining continues. The phrase vain shew, means shadow, or something that has an appearance, but has no substance    ……    

Monday – Daily Bible Study – Isaiah 32:9  -   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/isaiah-3209
After first promising the grace of God to faithful believers, the language changed in order to make clarify that hypocrites and deceitful people will not   ….  

Tuesday – Daily Bible Study – Isaiah 32:10  -   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/isaiah-3210
The phrase, many days and years, means literally, the days upon or beyond a year. This can refer to anything beyond   ….

Wednesday – Daily Bible Study – Proverbs 1:22  –   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/proverbs-0122
The simple, the scorner, and the fool, are three terms that describe three categories of people that are progressively more culpable with regard to sin and evil, and their chosen beliefs and way of life    ……    

Thursday – Daily Bible Study – Romans 7:11  –   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/romans-0711
The most common sin in the history of the world, is indifference, or the belief that one does not need instruction in Bible doctrine   …..

Friday – Daily Bible Study – Romans 7:12     http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/romans-0712
The law, refers to the broad spectrum of truth. The commandment refers to the specific rules. And here Paul describes both as being   …..

Saturday – Daily Bible Study – Psalm 39:5  –  http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/psalm-03905
In the previous verses, the psalmist complains that life is miserable, and wants to know how much longer life will be, for enduring that misery. And in this verse, the psalmist complains that life is too short    ……    



Thursday, February 4, 2016

Romans 7:11

Copyright Ó 2016 J. Neely
Romans 7:11

11 For [gar] sin [hamartia], taking [lambano] occasion [aphorme] by [dia] the commandment [entole], deceived [exapatao] me [me], and [kai] by [dia] it [autos] slew [apokteino] me.   KJV-Interlinear

11 For sin, seizing an opportunity through the commandment, deceived me and through it killed me. ESV

The most common sin in the history of the world, is indifference, or the belief that one does not need instruction in Bible doctrine. And thus sin creates the delusion that you can know God, without obeying God. And that is why people fail.

Sin creates a delusion, and here Paul describes it as a deception.

The commandments written by Moses, describe the perfect set of rules for the perfect life. But as we have already studied, those commandments when confronted by sin, cause an excitement of action within the individual, to pursue sin.

The rules of truth are seen as a barrier or a prevention from pursuing ones innermost desires or lusts, and therefore becomes a confrontation within the sinner in their pursuit of their own imagination, or indulgence of evil passions.

When giving into the delusion, you become deceived in believing that what you are thinking or doing is going to benefit you in some way, but the real result is that your pursuit in the realm of sin, is actually spiritual death.

Indifference prevents learning, and lack of learning prevents understanding, and lack of understanding prevents discernment, and lack of discernment prevents spiritual growth.

One needs spiritual growth in order to be able to see and understand reality in its true light, and thus complete oneself, within oneself.

The delusion of sin, is that you can attain the same result without God or doctrine, or even be better off. And the result of pursuing this delusion, is failure, and loss, which extend into eternity, and therefore become a huge price to pay.





These studies, are a part of the massive daily study web site at DailyBibeStudy.Org, that is easily accessible, and are written, so that you can come to Christ if you have not done so already, and therefore not be lost forever. 

And if you have already believed in Christ, then these studies are written so you can learn and understand and grow in your spiritual life, so that you can come to the full knowledge of Christ, so that you can fulfill your meaning and purpose in life as God intended for you, and so you can qualify for a phenomenal eternal reward which you will have forever. 

To ignore this opportunity to pursue a daily study means you will be incomplete, unfulfilled and you will lose out, big time.

The Daily Bible Study is online, making it possible as never before in all of human history, to advance in ones relationship with God, through Christ, and to complete yourself beyond your imagination.

But you have to decide to make that commitment.  No one else can study for you.  You have to do that yourself.


Daily Bible Study Links Thurs. 2-4-2016

Daily Bible Study Links
Thurs. 2-4-2016

Today’s Study
Thursday – Daily Bible Study – Romans 7:11  –   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/romans-0711
The most common sin in the history of the world, is indifference, or the belief that one does not need instruction in Bible doctrine   …..

Online Library
Romans 7:11 –   
The most common sin in the history of the world, is indifference, or the belief that one does not need instruction in Bible doctrine   …..
Continue reading today’s study here →  http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/romans-0711
Desktop Format
Mobile Format
YouTube Video


Verse of the Day:
Bible Promises:
Reading Plan:


Important links:
Main Daily Bible Study Web site:  http://www.DailyBibleStudy.Org
Daily Bible Study Library:  http://www.dailybiblestudy.org/library.html
Free Mobile App:  http://www.dailybiblestudy.org

If you wish to participate and help get the message of Christ to the world.


Study Rotation of the Last Seven Days:
Sunday – Daily Bible Study – Psalm 39:6  –   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/psalm-03906
The complaining continues. The phrase vain shew, means shadow, or something that has an appearance, but has no substance    ……    

Monday – Daily Bible Study – Isaiah 32:9  -   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/isaiah-3209
After first promising the grace of God to faithful believers, the language changed in order to make clarify that hypocrites and deceitful people will not   ….  

Tuesday – Daily Bible Study – Isaiah 32:10  -   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/isaiah-3210
The phrase, many days and years, means literally, the days upon or beyond a year. This can refer to anything beyond   ….

Wednesday – Daily Bible Study – Proverbs 1:22  –   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/proverbs-0122
The simple, the scorner, and the fool, are three terms that describe three categories of people that are progressively more culpable with regard to sin and evil, and their chosen beliefs and way of life    ……    

Thursday – Daily Bible Study – Romans 7:11  –   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/romans-0711
The most common sin in the history of the world, is indifference, or the belief that one does not need instruction in Bible doctrine   …..

Friday – Daily Bible Study – Romans 7:10     http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/romans-0710
The very commandment, refers to the Mosaic law. Throughout the Old Testament there are many passages which point to the intention of the law   …..

Saturday – Daily Bible Study – Psalm 39:5  –  http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/psalm-03905
In the previous verses, the psalmist complains that life is miserable, and wants to know how much longer life will be, for enduring that misery. And in this verse, the psalmist complains that life is too short    ……    



Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Proverbs 1:22


Copyright  2016 J. Neely
Proverbs 1:22

22 How long, ye simple ones [pathiy], will ye love ['ahab] simplicity [pathiy]? and the scorners [luwts] delight [chamad] in their scorning [latsown], and fools [kaciyl] hate [sane'] knowledge [da`ath]?   KJV-Interlinear

22 “How long, O simple ones, will you love being simple? How long will scoffers delight in their scoffing and fools hate knowledge?  ESV

The simple, the scorner, and the fool, are three terms that describe three categories of people that are progressively more culpable with regard to sin and evil, and their chosen beliefs and way of life.

The simple, describes those that are indifferent through thoughtlessness and indifference, and thereby open themselves up to evil.

The scorner, are those who mock, those who express the voice of derision. Scorners hold all things in derision, both human and divine. They hold contempt for God and openly ridicule everything and everyone.

Fools, describe the hardened. There are those who walk after the sight of their own eyes, or their own imagination. They are driven by the lust of their heart. They are not ignorant of knowledge, but they hate knowledge and truth because of the restraint that it places on them in the pursuit of their sins. They are typically the incorrigible of society, with regard to their attitude.

And the question is, how long? That is to say, how long will you pursue your chosen pattern of life, which is a total disregard for truth, with respect to pretense, or outright outward antagonism.

The simple includes those who talk the talk, but in fact do nothing.

The scorner includes those who have given up on God or truth, because they wrongfully believe that God has failed, when in fact it is they who have failed, through their stubborn opposition toward their spiritual life.

The fools, are the hard-core. They substitute other religions, they invent other philosophies, they have turned their back on reality, and live in their fantasy world which they have made up themselves.

The world is full of these three categories of people.

If you find yourself identifying with any of these three categories, then you need to take a hard look in the mirror at yourself, put your attitude in check, and get back to a day by day study of the word of God.

Knowledge and understanding and wisdom do not come in a day. They only come through a day by day consistent study of the word of God, throughout the course of your entire life.





These studies are a part of the massive daily study web site at DailyBibeStudy.Org, and are written, so that you can come to Christ if you have not done so already, and therefore not be lost forever. 

And if you have already believed in Christ, then these studies are written so you can learn and understand and grow in your spiritual life, so that you can come to the full knowledge of Christ, so that you can fulfill your meaning and purpose in life as God intended for you, and so you can qualify for a phenomenal eternal reward which you will have forever.  To ignore this opportunity to pursue a daily study means you will be incomplete, unfulfilled and you will lose out, big time.

The Daily Bible Study is online, making it possible as never before in all of human history, to advance in ones relationship with God, through Christ, and to complete yourself beyond your imagination.

But you have to decide to make that commitment.  No one else can study for you.  You have to do that yourself.



Daily Bible Study Links Wed. 2-3-2016

Daily Bible Study Links
Wed. 2-3-2016

Today’s Study
Wednesday – Daily Bible Study – Proverbs 1:22  –   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/proverbs-0122
The simple, the scorner, and the fool, are three terms that describe three categories of people that are progressively more culpable with regard to sin and evil, and their chosen beliefs and way of life    ……    

Online Library
Proverbs 1:22  –  
The simple, the scorner, and the fool, are three terms that describe three categories of people that are progressively more culpable with regard to sin and evil, and their chosen beliefs and way of life    ……    
Continue reading today’s study here →   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/proverbs-0122
Desktop Format
Mobile Format
YouTube Video


Verse of the Day:
Bible Promises:
Reading Plan:


Important links:
Main Daily Bible Study Web site:  http://www.DailyBibleStudy.Org
Daily Bible Study Library:  http://www.dailybiblestudy.org/library.html
Free Mobile App:  http://www.dailybiblestudy.org

If you wish to participate and help get the message of Christ to the world.


Study Rotation of the Last Seven Days:
Sunday – Daily Bible Study – Psalm 39:6  –   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/psalm-03906
The complaining continues. The phrase vain shew, means shadow, or something that has an appearance, but has no substance    ……    

Monday – Daily Bible Study – Isaiah 32:9  -   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/isaiah-3209
After first promising the grace of God to faithful believers, the language changed in order to make clarify that hypocrites and deceitful people will not   ….  

Tuesday – Daily Bible Study – Isaiah 32:10  -   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/isaiah-3210
The phrase, many days and years, means literally, the days upon or beyond a year. This can refer to anything beyond   ….

Wednesday – Daily Bible Study – Proverbs 1:22  –   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/proverbs-0122
The simple, the scorner, and the fool, are three terms that describe three categories of people that are progressively more culpable with regard to sin and evil, and their chosen beliefs and way of life    ……    

Thursday – Daily Bible Study – Romans 7:9  –   http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/romans-0709
In the Garden of Eden, man was at peace with God except for one restriction, which was not eating of   …..

Friday – Daily Bible Study – Romans 7:10     http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/romans-0710
The very commandment, refers to the Mosaic law. Throughout the Old Testament there are many passages which point to the intention of the law   …..

Saturday – Daily Bible Study – Psalm 39:5  –  http://dailybiblestudy.org/wp/psalm-03905
In the previous verses, the psalmist complains that life is miserable, and wants to know how much longer life will be, for enduring that misery. And in this verse, the psalmist complains that life is too short    ……    



Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Isaiah 32:10

Copyright Ó 2016 J. Neely
Isaiah 32:10

10 Many days [yowm] and years [shaneh] shall ye be troubled [ragaz], ye careless women [batach]: for the vintage [batsiyr] shall fail [kalah], the gathering ['oceph] shall not come [bow'].   KJV-Interlinear

10 In little more than a year you will shudder, you complacent women; for the grape harvest fails, the fruit harvest will not come. ESV

The phrase, many days and years, means literally, the days upon or beyond a year. This can refer to anything beyond a year, or two years, or three years, or years upon years. In every case it refers to the long duration of the event or events that are going to occur.

The vintage shall fail, is a phrase that refers to the failure in agriculture. And in general the failure of business.

The greatest part of the wealth and prosperity of a nation, is generated through business wherein the production, the buying and selling, of new goods and services all contribute to, and are a core part of, a nations prosperity.

When there is a general failure in agriculture, and a general failure in business, within a nation, then that failure leads to great distress for many people.

But, when the entire structure of business fails, then everyone is affected and all manner of physical and mental stresses overwhelm a nation.

And such is the nature of this warning.

When truth is ignored, and therefore God is ignored, then disaster is always just over the horizon.

And when people are comfortable in their way of life, and generally indifferent toward Bible doctrine, then that looming disaster will not only be the furthest thing from their mind, but that people won’t believe that it is even possible.

When a national disaster strikes, people will not be prepared either physically or mentally, to handle it.

And after a national disaster strikes and overwhelms a nation, getting back on track is extremely difficult, and takes a very long time, literally years.

And, as Isaiah’s words are directed at history in general, but primarily at the final days of history, when this disaster finally occurs in those final days, the only way out of it will be the second advent of Christ.





These studies are a part of the massive daily study web site at DailyBibeStudy.Org, and are written, so that you can come to Christ if you have not done so already, and therefore not be lost forever. 

And if you have already believed in Christ, then these studies are written so you can learn and understand and grow in your spiritual life, so that you can come to the full knowledge of Christ, so that you can fulfill your meaning and purpose in life as God intended for you, and so you can qualify for a phenomenal eternal reward which you will have forever. 

To ignore this opportunity to pursue a daily study means you will be incomplete, unfulfilled and you will lose out, big time.

The Daily Bible Study is online, making it possible as never before in all of human history, to advance in ones relationship with God, through Christ, and to complete yourself beyond your imagination.

But you have to decide to make that commitment.  No one else can study for you.  You have to do that yourself.