30 Days in the Psalms, Part 4

Though these are mini studies, hopefully they will whet your appetite for more of God's Word. Ask yourself basic observation questions about each Psalm:

  • Who is the intended audience?
  • Who wrote the Psalm?
  • What is the author's tone as he writes?
  • What is the author's purpose?
  • Can you tell what situation the author finds himself in?
  • What do you learn about God, His character, and His dealings with men in this Psalm?
  • What are some ways you can apply this Psalm to your life?
  • What truths does this Psalm contain that transcend time and culture?

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30 Days in the Psalms, Part 1

These mini studies were designed specifically for the Christmas season when our regular Bible study routine often changes. Each study directs you to take a deeper look at one or two aspects of the psalm. You could stop there or use it as a springboard to look deeper yourself. Look for more things you can observe about the Psalm itself and what the author conveys. If you get stuck ask yourself "What can I learn about God's character from this Psalm?" "What are some truths I can apply to my own life?" "Does this Psalm reveal any attitudes in my own heart that need changed?"

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