Psalm 36 shows us a contrast between wicked people and the righteousness of God.
What can we learn from the suffering of Jesus Christ? Parts of Psalm 35 seem to be Messianic—they point ahead to the suffering of Jesus Christ, but how does that help you? Pastor David Beaty shows how in this edition of "Psalm Starter".
What is an imprecatory psalm? How are we supposed to understand such hard words and feelings? Pastor David Beaty answers these in today's edition of "Psalm Starter".
"He keeps all his bones; not one of them is broken." Is that saying Christians won't have broken bones? Why would David put that in this psalm? The last verses of Psalm 34 contain a Messianic message.
How would you teach someone to have "the fear of the Lord"? Psalm 34 was written by King David and recalls the time when he pretended to be insane in order to spare his own life.
What should we remember in the midst of our difficult times? The background story for Psalm 34 is found in 1 Samuel chapter 21 when King David was fleeing from Saul.
Doesn't God see and care about out huge enemy? What should we think about their size and threats? An emphasis of the latter half of Psalm 33 is that God is not impressed by great military might.
Who has the need for you to praise God: you or God? "Psalm 33 does not have an identified author and is a psalm of praise to God for His great work in creation.
If you can't hide your sins from God, what are you supposed to do with them? Pastor David Beaty shares from Psalm 32 how to deal with your sins and sinfulness in today's edition of "Psalm Starter".
Psalm 31 records some important things that King David learned about the Lord in the midst of a serious trial.
Psalm 45 is a Messianic psalm and it has in its title the words, "... a love song."
King David concludes Psalm 41 by praising God for upholding him through his trials. It also includes a call to care for the poor.
Psalm 43 reads like a continuation of Psalm 42.
Psalm 39 discusses the idea of mankind being a mere breath.
Psalm 49 is a wisdom psalm—a psalm that teaches—and its focus is on the foolishness of trusting in wealth.