Daily Bible Nugget #5, Psalm 103:3

The Nugget

Psalm 103:3 Who forgiveth all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases;

My Comment:

Only God through our Lord Jesus Christ is the source of full forgiveness. While medical science has advanced greatly, still God does grant divine physical healing in our day in answer to prayer. I suspect that some prayers are sent to the wrong mailbox, but God in His grace often still hears and answers prayer for healing. Just as many of us are acutely aware of individuals who need healing right now, some of us may also be aware of cases where God has miraculously brought healing into the lives of others. The Bible is very clear, though, that in this age God does not bring healing to all for whom we pray. Jesus healed all who came to Him, and granted forgiveness at the same time during His earthly ministry. But Paul left Trophimus at Miletum sick (2 Timothy 4:20).

For those who wish to DIG DEEPER into this encouraging promise:

(1) Consult the cross references given in Nelson’s Cross Reference Guide to the Bible on page 614.

(2) Consult the cross references given in The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge on page 659 or in Logos 5 Bible software for Psalm 103:3.

(3) Lacking access to those two resources, consult the cross references for this passage as I have developed them further given below:

Psalm 103: 3. forgiveth. or, passeth over. This verb, with its adjectives and substantives, is never used but of God T#790. Ps 25:11. *32:1-5. *51:1-3. +*130:8. Ex 34:9. Nu 14:19. 2 S 12:13. Is *43:25. 44:22, 23. Je 31:34. 33:8. Ezk 33:16. Mt *9:2-6. Mk *2:5, 10, 11. Lk 7:47, 48. Ep *1:7. healeth. T#756. Ps 30:2. 38:1-7. +41:3, 4, 8. *107:17-22. 147:3. Ex *15:26. +23:25. Nu 12:13. *21:7-9. Dt 7:15. 32:39. Jsh 18:27, Irpeel. 2 K 20:5. Pr 3:7, 8. 4:22. Is 19:22. 30:26. 33:24. **53:5. 57:18, 19. Je 3:22. 8:22. *17:14. 30:17. 33:6. Ezk 47:12. Ho 6:1. 7:1. 11:3. 14:4. Mt 8:16, 17. Ac 10:38. 2 T %4:20. Ja *5:15. 3 J 2. diseases. or, sicknesses. Heb. Tachaluim (S#8463h). Dt 29:22. Je 16:4 (grievous).

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1 Response to Daily Bible Nugget #5, Psalm 103:3

  1. ken sagely says:

    what a saviour! without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness heb 9.22
    psm 103.3 who forgiveth all thine iniquities, i am thankful to lord for the word “all”
    isa 43.25 i,even i, am he that blotteth out thy transgressions for mine own sake, and
    will not remember thy sins. isa 44.22 i have blotted out, as a thick cloud, thy trans
    gressions, and, as a cloud, thy sins: return unto me; for i have redeemed thee.
    psm 32.1 blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered
    psm 32.5 i acknowledged my sin unto thee, and mine iniquity have i not hid. i said,
    i will confess my transgressions unto the lord: and thou forgavest the iniquity of
    my sin. psm 130.3 if thou, lord, shouldest mark iniuqities, o lord, who shall
    stand? vs 4 but there is forgiveness with thee, that thou mayest be feared.
    eph 1.7 in whom we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins,
    according to the riches of his grace. on healeth our diseases. isa 53.5 but he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement
    of our peace was upon him: and with his stripes we are healed. all the verses are
    encouraging to me and there are many more to praise the lord for me. i am so thank ful to day for the lord death on the cross for my sins!

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