Psalm 41, 25, 69, 118 and 22. Do we use the Psalms, not just as a book of poetry, but as our songbook of Worship and Prayer? Jesus used them on many occasions as encouragement to His followers, in answering questions, in responding to situations faced by others and Himself.
The book of Psalms is composed of individual songs, hymns, or poems, each of which is a ''Psalm'' in and of itself. These works contain a wide variety of themes. Some Psalms focus on praising and worshipping God. Others cry out in anguish over the pain of life. Still other Psalms look forward to the coming of the Messiah. While some Psalms are related, each has its own historical and biblical context.
Psalm 139: 1-6 “A friend is someone who knows all about you and still loves you.” – a quotation attributed to Elbert Hubbard. We are told that knowledge is power. There is certainly a lot of it about these days. Some say, “It not what you know, it’s who you know”. In the 21st century what […]
Psalm 27. Psalm 27 expresses the Psalmist’s confidence and trust in God no matter what the circumstances are that he faces or might face. How can we gain and maintain that confidence in our lives?