Four lessons on prayer by a man who knows God, so that we might enjoy intimate prayer and the blessings of asking according to His will.
Three offices of Christ which should result in humble submission, confident trust and joyful expectation.
David stirs up his readers to praise the Lord by announcing His greatness and goodness.
Asaph relates honestly his journey from envy to contentment in the Lord. See in this psalm how envy is deceitful and how we need to foster heavenly mindedness.
Theology must be head and heart, and must result in worship of God. This psalm contains rich theology and is intensely personal, giving us ample reason to delight in the all-knowing God.
This psalm is full or reasons why we should give wholehearted praise to God in each and every circumstance.
A favourite psalm for many, a psalm in which David expresses his trust in the Lord, a psalm which should comfort believers and lead to worship.
David gives us the model of a prayer as he passionately prays on the grounds of God’s covenant love towards him.