Psalms 109:6-113:9

Lessons from Psalms 109—113 include: If you accept the Lord as Savior, you also accept Him as Creator. Because of His righteousness, God must judge sin. God is interested in the poor and has the only program that works. Wickedness will end one day.

Psalms 107:1-110:1

Lessons from Psalms 107—110:1 include: We need to tell everyone that God is good. God is not through with the nation of Israel. In the Lord Jesus Christ, we have forgiveness of sins and a pardon for our iniquities, but we have to accept it. God’s lovingkindness is lavished on those who belong to Him.

Psalms 103:1-106-48

Lessons from Psalms 103—106 include: It is only by the Holy Spirit that we can worship the Lord in spirit and in truth. Some of God’s choicest servants never experienced healing at all. What we need today above everything is God’s mercy. If God dealt with us according to our sins, none of us would be saved.

Psalms 100:1-102:28

Lessons from Psalms 100—102 include: We should come before Him joyfully to worship. Start using the blessing God has for you. God is good and His mercy is everlasting.

Psalms 91:1-99:9

Lessons from Psalms 91—99 include: Satan used these words to tempt Jesus in the desert. A picture of the righteous who are walking in fellowship with God today. God sees and hears and keeps a record of what man does. A song to the King whose throne is a throne of grace and mercy.

Psalms 89:1-90:17

Lessons from Psalms 89—90 include: Life is so brief compared to eternity. If you have Christ, you have wisdom and hope. If you live for 80 years, it will be uphill all the way. Secret sin on earth is open scandal in heaven.

Psalms 85:1-88:18

Lessons from Psalm 85—88 include: God will judge the world, but He will show mercy to those who turn to Him. Until things are right there will be no peace on earth. We should walk in the light that the Word of God gives us.

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.

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