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Psalm 19

Psalm 19 has to be one of my top five favorite of the Psalms.  It’s one I find myself quoting a lot.  How many times have I thought or said, “The heavens declare the glory of the Lord” (v. 1), “The law of the Lord is perfect, refreshing the soul” […]

Psalm 18

If the Lord allows you to live a long life, what will you be able to tell others about at the end of a lifetime of trusting the Lord?  Would you take credit for your accomplishments or give tribute to the Lord?   Most commentators believe David wrote this Psalm toward […]

Pslam 17

While David prayed in other Psalms, this is his first Psalm entitled “a prayer”.  There are five prayer Psalms (17, 86, 90, 102, and 142). This Psalm teaches us four great aspects of praying to God:  David’s plea for God’s vindication from accusation (vv. 1-5), intercession for protection (vv. 6-9), […]

Psalm 16

Do you trust the Lord?  Trust, or distrust, is displayed in our actions and words.  There are times in any relationship where trust is given freely or withheld begrudgingly.  We either trust or we don’t the Lord and what we speak and show are proof of that.  Psalm 16 is […]

Psalm 15

Psalm 15 begins with two questions that demand an answer, “Lord, who may dwell in your sacred tent?  Who may live on your holy mountain?”  That “sacred tent” and “holy mountain” were where David longed to be – in heaven and the Lord’s presence for eternity.  Because Jesus is the […]