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Psalms - bible study

Psalm 103

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REFLECT: Who is David, the author of this psalm, addressing in the beginning of this piece? Make a list of God’s essential characteristics that David wants to keep at the forefront of his thinking. Verses 13-18 contrast the temporal with the eternal. In your daily thought patterns, where...

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Psalm 31

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PSALM 31 REFLECT: Choices matter, in the physical and in the spiritual realms.  What is the intentional choice that the psalmist has made? Verses 1-8 describe four actions the psalmist has taken; list the blessings from God that flow in this expectant prayer. What do you think the...

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Psalm 77

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REFLECT: Suffering and injustice troubled this psalmist as it did the prophet Habakkuk…and both brought their raw emotions and unanswered questions directly to God.

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Psalm 27

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REFLECT: When immediate circumstances were dire and dangerous, how does the psalmist describe the confidence he finds in his relationship with God? In humility, the psalmist prays for many ways to maintain that relationship, ending with perseverance. Which of these requests voices a desire of...

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Psalm 15

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REFLECT:  Based on the six actions and four restraints that define the person invited into God’s presence, who is able to dwell with God? (Psalm 14:2-3). Jesus, The Righteous One, opened the way to have peace with God and gives us the Holy Spirit to be our strength and guide in daily...

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Psalm 112

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REFLECT: What emotions grew within the psalmist as he interacted with God? Look for at least five areas of life where the psalmist recognized receiving God’s blessing. As you seek to trust God daily, how can you see God’s blessing in your life?  Where do you need his help to...

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Psalm 122

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REFLECT Jerusalem was the gathering place for all of Israel’s distinct tribes to be united in worship.  What was the psalmist’s outlook about gathering with others in God’s family?  Even though they lived in different parts of the land, what did they hold in...

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Psalm 130

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REFLECT: In this week’s message, John defined hope as “the sure expectation that God will fulfill his promises”. Compare verses 1-2 with verses 5-6. How does the author’s outlook change when his focus shifts from an earthly perspective to a heavenly one? Who did the...

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Psalm 138

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REFLECT: While a good leader for the nation, King David (the author of this psalm) endured times of violent conflict, family discord and personal failure. How did David’s view of God knit the good together with the challenges? How was his focus similar to Paul’s from Philippians...

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Psalm 37

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REFLECT God’s people are not always protected from troubles in this world.  Look for at least three difficulties when God sustains those who trust him. What do God’s gifts look like? How has God given you strength in the midst of challenges? RESPOND David, the author of this...

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