Psalms

Two of David's psalms written during a time when he was running for his life, fleeing from the hands of the jealous King Saul who was seeking his life. We are pictured as being in the shadow of the protecting wings of God.

Psalms 16:1- 17:15

We see that God will never abandon those who fear him. He also said that he would not suffer the body of the Lord Jesus Christ to see corruption; it speaks of resurrection and eternal life.

Psalms 13:1-15:5

A picture of the faithful who go through persecution, saying "How Long, O Lord?" And in 14, the fool says in his heart, "let there be no God!" and yet in 15, all will one day meet God but only the blameless will enjoy his heaven.

Psalms 10:4-12:8

We do not have to hide ourselves when trouble comes: we don't have to fly like a bird to our mountain when the antichrist aims the bow and arrow; we don't have to worry when it appears that the faithful are diminishing in number. The Lord is in his holy temple and helps those who call upon him.

Psalms 9:1-11:1

Recounting the wonderful works of the Lord; and be patient, poor of the earth: God will stand up and make everything right one day.

Psalms 8

David's marvelous psalm of praise to the majesty of the Almighty Creator and sustainer of all things.

Psalms 5, 6, and 7

Good morning prayers, starting off the day seeking the Lord's guidance in righteous living. Psalm 6 is a plea for deliverance from the evil intents of the wicked; and 7 declares that our hope of refuge is in God alone when things get tough.

Psalms 3 and 4

Israel's King David wrote of his struggles of soul during the time he was fleeing from the rebellion of his own son, Absalom. All of God's people through history have suffered at the hands of those who rebel against God's only begotten Son, the Lord Jesus.

Psalms 2:1-12

In this psalm, the Lord declares that He has installed His King (Messiah) "on his holy hill" (Mt. Zion). We must make peace with this King, this Son of God, while we can.

Psalms 1:1-6

In the first psalm of the hymnbook of Old Israel, the way of the righteous is contrasted with the way of the wicked.

Psalms Introduction, 1:1

An intro to the hymnbook of Old Israel, the Psalms! How many have been lifted out of the doldrums, or had their heart encouraged and renewed, by the reading and reciting of the Psalms. Praise ye the Lord~!

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