Psalms 82:1-84:12

Lessons from Psalm 82—84 include: Any time you pass judgment on a person you stand in the position of God. The only way this world is going to know that God is God is for Him to move in judgment. Not one sparrow falls to the ground without the Father seeing it.

Psalms 79:1-81:16

Lessons from Psalms 79—81 include: Israel had the privilege of having the visible presence of God with them. At God’s right hand is the place of power, as Christ is there. God led Israel out of Egypt and today leads us out of sin.

Psalms 76:1-78:72

Lessons from Psalms 76—78 include: God is going to judge the arrogant and proud who have come against the city of Jerusalem. The Lord will put all things under His feet. We need to remember that God is good and gracious. God asks His people to listen to Him. God supplied the needs of Israel in the wilderness, and He will be faithful to us today.

Psalms 73:1-75:10

Lessons from Psalms 73—75 include: Why do the wicked prosper as they trample on the poor? Someday Christ will explain it all to us. He has promised to guide us if we will walk with Him. There is a set time when the Lord Jesus is going to return. God will protect His name on earth.

Psalms 69:1-72:20

Lessons from Psalms 69—72 include: Christ’s suffering began when he was born in a stable. His enemies hated Him without a cause so that we might be justified without a cause. There are only two kinds of people—the saved and the lost.

Psalms 67:1-68:35

Lessons from Psalms 67—68 include: The threefold blessing: God the Father (“the Lord bless thee”), God the Son (“the Lord make his face shine upon thee”), and the Holy Spirit (“the Lord lift up His countenance upon thee, and give thee peace”). The chief end of mankind is to glorify God by getting out the Word.

Psalms 61:1-66:20

Lessons from Psalms 61—66 include: Prayer needs to come from the heart. We need to trust God in the midst of our difficulties; He has permitted them. Christ is the Rock on which we stand firmly. God has all power and can do anything, but He also can exercise mercy.

Psalms 56:1-60:12

Lessons from Psalms 56—60 include: You can have faith and still be afraid. God preserves our tears so He can wipe them away. To walk in the Spirit means to utterly and absolutely depend on the Spirit of God.

Psalms 52:1-55:23

Lessons from Psalms 52—55 include: Boasting is a mark of the Antichrist. We need to turn our enemies over to God. God does a better job of dealing with our enemies than we can.

Psalms 51:1-19

Lessons learned from Psalm 51 include: Sin is to step over the boundaries of God; it’s always against Him. We not only need a Savior, we need cleansing. The only way we can be cleared of guilt is for Christ to die.

Psalms 49:1-50:23

Lessons from Psalms 49—50 include: No matter how rich a man is he cannot buy salvation. All men die and leave their possessions behind. The important thing in life is whether you are a redeemed child of God.

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