God reveales Himself to mankind in various ways. We look at Psalm 19, where God reveals Himself to us through the beautiful detail of nature.
Through this Psalm, we can learn much about how to deal with life when we feel that people or circumstances are against us.
Psalm 4 was written at one of the many times when King David was in a very precarious place. We explore the lessons of this Psalm.
Last wek we looked at how David prayed for God's Help in Psalm61. Now lets look at how he also prays for God's Protection and for God's Kingdom to come.
Prayer can be difficult, and we sometimes need help. Psalm 61 may well serve as a model for our prayers to God when we are in trouble. Here David first prays for God's help, then for His protection,
We have seen that Psalm 30 is primarily a psalm of thanksgiving. In this Psalm, king David confesses his pride and over-confident self-sufficiency. Divid's sin caused God to turn away from David unti
This is a psalm about deliverance, and about replacing weeping with rejoicing and celebration. In this Psalm, David calls all of us to praise God for His mercy.
Psalm 23 tells us that the Lord provides all our needs, he guides us in all our ways, and He blesses us all our days.
The words of Psalm 23 have given strength to suffering Christians for centuries. It is a Psalm about the Good Shepherd, our Lord Himself, Who is Shepherd over us.
We are on this earth to bring praise and glory to God. After all, we were made in the image of God. Psalm 8 gives us an insight into this mystery.