Book of Psalms

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Always rejoicing (Ps 4)

A second psalm written at the time of Absalom’s rebellion. David was surrounded by bitter enemies, reckless allies and discouraged friends. Yet he found his own heart full of joy as he spoke to God.


I lie down and sleep (Ps 3)

David composed this psalm during one of the greatest crises of his life: a time of danger and heartbreak. Yet he could sleep at night. What was his secret?


The King on Mt Zion (Ps 2)

The rulers of the world have always opposed the Messianic king. They tried to overthrow David; they tried to kill Jesus. Now they try to prevent his kingdom from being established. But all their plans are doomed to failure. What folly to oppose the king whom God has appointed!


O happy man! (Ps 1)

What sort of life do you want? The psalmist shows us two ways. Some people let the world shape their thinking; others draw all their thinking from God’s Word. Which is the road to true blessedness?

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