A horse is a vain hope for salvation; even its great strength cannot save.
Cross References1 Samuel 2:9
He guards the steps of His faithful ones, but the wicked perish in darkness; for by his own strength shall no man prevail.
Some trust in chariots and others in horses, but we trust in the name of the LORD our God.
He does not delight in the strength of the horse; He takes no pleasure in the legpower of the man.
A horse is prepared for the day of battle, but victory is of the LORD.
Woe to those who go down to Egypt for help, who rely on horses, who trust in their abundance of chariots and in their multitude of horsemen. They do not look to the Holy One of Israel; they do not seek the LORD.
Assyria will not save us, nor will we ride on horses. We will never again say, 'Our gods!' to the work of our own hands. For in You the orphan finds compassion."
Chapter Outline1. God is to be praised for his goodness
6. for his power
12. and for his providence
20. Confidence is to be placed in God
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