Praying the Psalms

Psalms

Psalm 94: Almighty God, Let Your Glorious Justice Shine Over the World!

Psalm 94: Almighty God, Let Your Glorious Justice Shine Over the World!

What do you do when you see people doing evil, injustice, or doing the wrong thing? You remember Psalm 94. It’s an “Imprecatory Psalm” or one where the psalmist “curses” enemies, the wicked, and evil people. However, it reminds us that ultimately, vengeance and justice belong to God. There will be judgment. There will be

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The Psalm 83 Mystery: Passionate Prayer or Coming War for the People of Israel?

The Psalm 83 Mystery: Passionate Prayer or Coming War for the People of Israel?

With the current war in Israel, the discussion of Psalm 83 is a hot topic among Bible Prophecy Teachers. Since this is our next Sunday Psalm, here I’ll decipher the mystery of this controversial psalm and let you decide for yourself. Let’s dig in… Psalm 83 A song. A psalm of Asaph. 1 O God, do

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Psalm 82: Pray to God for Justice, Rescue of the Poor and Helpless

Psalm 82: Pray to God for Justice, Rescue of the Poor and Helpless

When will God bring justice to the world? That’s a question we all must be asking ourselves these days. King David’s head songwriter, Asaph, asked the same question around 979 BC, in this short psalm. Psalm 82 A psalm of Asaph. 1 God presides over heaven’s court;    he pronounces judgment on the heavenly beings (gods):2 “How long will

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Psalm 78: How to Know God Almighty. A Historical Recap from Jacob to David

Psalm 78: How to Know God Almighty. A Historical Recap from Jacob to David

Last time in Psalm 77, I encouraged you to remember what God Almighty has done in YOUR life. In the next psalm, Asaph, wants the people of Israel to remember what God has done for them. See, Israel had a destructive pattern: God provided, God’s people rebelled, and God disciplined. Unfortunately, we, today, have the

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