Contrasting the way of the wicked and the righteous is a very common theme in the Old Testament. Here are a few Psalms where we find this theme.
75% of Psalms are 1 of three main types: lament, thanksgiving or praise. Here is the general form for praise psalms.
75% of Psalms are 1 of three main types: lament, thanksgiving or praise. Here is the general form for lament psalms.
75% of Psalms are 1 of three main types: lament, thanksgiving or praise. Here is the general form for Thanksgiving psalms.
Study questions, maps, charts, key words, history, background, outlines, and links to help you study the Old Testament book of Job.
This list of the places the psalms are quoted in the New Testament includes both allusions and direct quotations.
Psalm 143 is about being in the deepest blackest pit of despair and finding God anyway. It’s about depression, but the particular depression and anguish you feel when you’re confronted with the consequences of your sin.
Psalm 1 is classified as a “wisdom” psalm. In many ways it functions as an introduction to the book of psalms.
Psalm 27 teaches us that the one desire worth staking our life around is knowing God. Because if we have that, then we have everything worth having.
Psalm 98 is a victory or coronation psalm. It has 3 stanzas: 1-3: praise the Lord as savior; 4-6: praise the Lord as King; 7-9: praise the Lord as judge.
The heavens are telling of the glory of God; And their expanse is declaring the work of His hands.
Psalm 130 is an individual lament and a repentance psalm.
Reading through the psalms can change your life! Here’s a plan to read through the psalms in 30 days.
Lecture notes for Meeting God in the psalms: application and deriving doctrine.
Lecture notes for Psalm 107 The Lord delivers us from manifold troubles