Sampling Some Psalms

June 26, 2013 at 10:49 am | Posted in Selected Psalms | 1 Comment
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When I first became the teacher of an adult Sunday School class, we used the “quarter” system, whereby we studied through a different book of the Bible (or a grouping of shorter books) every three months. It requires a certain discipline to make it through some of the longer books in this amount of time, and, obviously, we couldn’t always go into as much detail as I would have liked, but I believe I always managed to make at least a few remarks about every chapter. Then we came to the book of Psalms. There are 150 Psalms, and I felt there was simply no way to teach through the whole thing in 45 minutes on 12 or 13 Sunday mornings. So we chose some “selected Psalms” and did the best we could. Perhaps one day I’ll get around to teaching through the ones that we left out. The Psalms are the Bible’s “worship” book, and they contain a universe of valuable truths, inspiration, and revelation about the character and attributes of our amazing and almighty God. Here are links to the lessons in the category called Selected Psalms:

1. Parallelism in Psalms (*)
2. Wise Watering (Psalm 1:1-4)
3. God’s Plan for Hurricane Preparedness
4. Give Good Advice: Avoid Sin
5. Give Good Advice: Delay Taking Rash Action
6. Give Good Advice: Vow to be Sincere with God
7. Give Good Advice: Inquire of Your Own Heart
8. Give Good Advice: Content Yourself with God and His Plans
9. Give Good Advice: Esteem the Lord as King
10. Light Is Attractive
11. Beware Foolish Functions
12. Danger + Weakness = Joyful Praise
13. Noisy Neighbors
14. Sweet Theology
15. God’s Revelation of Himself
16. Presumed Guilty
17. Big Words of the Christian Life: Omnipotence (Part 2) (Psalm 21:13, 90:11, 150:1-2)
18. Preaching and Praying in Prosperity and Predicaments
19. Faster than a Speeding Shadow
20. Sheep Need a Shepherd
21. Are You Feeling Sheepish?
22. The Shepherd Knows Where We Are Going
23. How to Get High in Christian Ministry
24. There Are Some Absolutes
25. The Early Bird Gets to Wait
26. Light Gives Safety
27. A Child’s View of God’s Supremacy (Psalms 27:4, 73:25, 119:71)
28. Friends or Foes?
29. The Louisiana Flood of 2016 (Psalm 32:5-6)
30. Our Great Needs (Psalm 35:10)
31. Rest / Repentance
32. Water, Water, Everywhere…
33. Light Shows the Truth
34. Two Thrones (Psalm 47:8)
35. Clean and New
36. You the Man!
37. Catechism Question 6
38. The Lord’s Laundry
39. God Versus a Mud Puddle
40. Prayer, Protection, Praise, and Posture
41. From Garbage to Glory
42. Do the Righteous Really Suffer?
43. The Importance of Going to Church
44. Evil Angels 
45. Heman and the Master of the Universe (Psalm 88)
a. Open Prayer
b. Obstinate Prayer
c. Obnoxious Prayer
d. Obstetric Prayer
46. The Beauty of Holiness (Psalm 96:9)
47. Certain Uncertainties
48. The Certainty of Christ’s Deity 
49. The Crawl (Psalm 104:19-20)
50. The Other Ten Commandments
51. Leading instead of Watching
52. Creeping with the Enemy (Psalm 106)
53. Not Afraid of the Dark
54. Waiting and Training
55. The Great Rescuer
56. Two Sides to Every Blessing
57. Light Shows the Way
58. Graded by God: Turning Your “F”s into “A”s (Part Three)
59. A Word about the Word
60. The Word for Sinners
61. The Bible on Trial 
62. A One-Question Quiz for Boys (Psalm 119:9)
63. God Knows Something about Everything
64. Quick Quiz Quietens Questioning Qualms
65. When We Are Tempted to Slam on the Brakes at the Fuller Revelation of God’s Mercy
66. Mercy / Memory (Psalm 136:13)
67. A Closer Walk with Thee 
68. Big Words of the Christian Life: Omniscience (Part 1) (Psalm 147:5)
69. Healing for Truly Broken Hearts
70. Even the Children (Psalm 148)

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  1. […] the Old Testament is replete with all kinds of prayers in all kinds of situations. Many of the Psalms are in the form of prayers, although sin could always serve as a hindrance to prayer (Psalm […]


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