Nehemiah sets us an example in praying to a great God with humility, confidence, and expectation – and all for the glory of God and the good of His people.
This psalm gives us two lessons on how to build a home which enjoys the blessing of God, for His glory and our comfort.
This psalm gives us three vital demands for God-pleasing worship.
This psalm is a testimony to the priority and the blessedness of trusting in the LORD for salvation.
This psalm is the prayer of a man who knows God and has experienced His steadfast love. It teaches us to patiently trust the LORD, to joyful obey Him, to exuberantly proclaim Him and to humbly petition Him.
The psalmist calls us to be wise and to trust in God rather than in what we have, to consider eternity rather than our brief life on earth.
Four reasons to joyfully praise our great God, in all circumstances.
In this Psalm the writer begins questioning Gods goodness, questioning Gods greatness, questioning Gods Sovereignty, but by the end of the Psalm having taken his thoughts captive and reminding himself of Gods deeds in the past, and His Sovereign rule over all creation, the Psalmist prays earnestly for the glory of God, this prayer serves as model for us and as we should pray in times of trouble.