• Psalm 2 | Rebellion, Royalty, and Repentance

    Intro: Though it isn’t normative that Psalms follow other Psalms in chronological order (from a linear perspective), Psalm 2 is connected with Psalm 1 in a couple of ways. One of those connections is in sharing the role of introducing…

  • Psalm 56 | A Proper Response To Fear

    Intro: Examining firstly the superscript above verse 1, where it says “To the Choirmaster; According To The Dove On Far-Off Terebinths. A Miktam Of David, When The Philistines Seized Him In Gath”. We know from our other studies in the…

  • Psalm 16 | Preserved On The Path To His Presence

    Intro: Whenever we look at a letter, or a book, or a particular verse, or in this case a Psalm, we always want to begin to ask some rudimentary questions at the outset and sort of interrogate the text to…

  • Psalm 13 | I Don’t Understand But I Trust You Anyway

    Intro: Normally, we want some background/history when possible for flavor/context for the text. A Psalm of David This Psalm is addressed to the Choirmaster (a Psalm used in temple worship) This Psalm is laid out in a 2-2-2 configuration. ie,…

  • Psalms 11 | Crush Fear With The Truth About God

    Verses 1-3: This is a Psalm that we ought to study, pray, and take before the Lord. Every single one of us is in this Psalm. We acknowledge: This is a Psalm of David This Psalm is addressed to the…

  • Psalm 8 | His Great Name

    Intro: It’s probably difficult for Christians to connect the Psalms with the teachings of the New Testament. And I think that’s because of the lack of understanding of one very simple truth: and that is this: that the whole Bible,…

  • Psalms 7 | The Lord Defends Me

    Intro: Let’s begin to set the stage for this Psalm, which is referred to as a Davidic Psalm because it’s written by none other than David. Last week, we had taken a closer look at Psalm 6 and we noted…

  • Psalm 6 | A Contrite Heart

    Intro: The writing of Psalm 6 is attributed to King David, as we note in the text. And while we don’t know for sure what the precipitating event was that gave David reason to write this Psalm, there are indications…

  • Psalm 5 | You May Approach The Bench

    Intro: I think it’s becoming increasingly more common to teach something “offensive” as we make our way through Scripture. You don’t even have to TRY and find something “offensive” to teach in Scripture. It used to be that the topic…

  • Psalms 139 | My God – Part 2

    V1-6 God is omniscient V7-12 God is omnipotent and omnipresent V13-18 God is my loving creator V19-24 He is my God Last week we learn about some of the attributes of God. An attribute is a quality, character, or characteristic…