Reading Through the Psalms

Reading Through the Psalms

A Bible study and devotional to read through the 150 Psalms in 50 days.

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March 27, 2016 4 mins
These three psalms each speak of the righteousness and justice of God and particularly on the importance of integrity.
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The nations rage, rulers conspire, but in the end, God's will will be done. This set also contains Messianic prophecies about Jesus, God's anointed one and that he will honor and hold his covenant promises. I also believe that it is a polemic against the spiritual rulers who have rebelled against God.
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Reading through the Psalms: Psalm 3, 53, and 103 all deal with crying out to God when we are in distress and having faith in His justice and faithfulness.
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A set of Psalms on the greatness and goodness of God, his majesty and his justice.
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The ultimate justice of God, the wicked will not prosper and appealing to God in times of trouble.
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Psalms reflecting on the goodness of God, his patience with our waywardness, and his deliverance and salvation.
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This set of Psalms is about calling on God for righteous judgment and justice. David calls on God to take up his case and render justice. In the last part of 107, he makes a very accurate observation on how many people wait until they are in dire straights to start the conversation with God. Let us not be one of their number, but let His praise be continually in our mouths.
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David rejoices in the majesty of the Lord in Psalm 8. Psalm 58 is an expression of confidence in the justice of God, and in Psalm 108 he expresses his confidence in the faithfulness of God and his deliverance.
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The refrain through Psalm 9, Psalm 59, and Psalm 109 is that the Lord is a refuge in times of trouble. A high tower, a fortress of safety, for those who trust in him. He will judge rightly and the righteous will be vindicated.
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In Psalm 10, God gives a warning to the wicked, even though they think they can act without consequences, ultimately God will hold them to account. Psalm 60 claims victory for the humble and Psalm 110 is one of the clearest Messianic Psalms where the Father tells the Son to sit at his right hand until his enemies are made a footstool under his feet.
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The righteousness of God as a high tower is a recurring frame in David's Psalms. He was wronged, betrayed, and maligned. He depended on the righteousness of God to defend and vindicate him.
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Those who walk in the fear of the Lord can have confidence in him, he will come to their defense. Out of all the chapters in the book of Psalms, Psalm 62 is a call to God for justice.
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In Psalms 13, 63, & 113, David clearly expresses his need for his God and Savior, that it is only in him that deliverance comes. In Psalm 113, he praises God and expresses his thankfulness for his goodness.
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Regardless of how smart people think they are, no one gets away with anything. In Psalm 14, David expresses his confidence in the omnipotence and justice of God, that everyone will get exactly what they deserve. Psalm 64 claims confidence in His protection and Psalm 114 recounts his faithfulness in his deliverance of Israel.
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Peace and rest come through God alone. This is the theme of Psalms 15, 65, and 115. Those who have a clear conscience, who act with integrity, and walk in righteousness are those who can put their confidence in God's justice.
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Psalms 16, 66, & 116 are all Psalms that thank God for his goodness and faithfulness.
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Psalms 17, 67, & 117 reflect on the justice and mercy of God. David remembers the times God has delivered him and answers his prayers.
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The refrain in Psalms 18, 68, and 118 is that the Lord Saves and he is a faithful deliverer.
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Psalm 119 is the longest chapter in the Bible. It contains reflections on life principles. Solomon compiled the book of Proverbs, David, Psalm 119. It contains 22 sections which have been aligned to the 22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet.
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Sometimes it seems like the whole world is against us and there is nowhere to turn. David often felt this way and many of his Psalms reflect that. These Psalms are about David's trust in the Lord and his salvation, Yeshua. Psalm 20: Our triumph is in his salvation. Psalm 70: We will exalt in his Salvation.
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