Text: Psalm 114:1-8 This Psalm is one of those that are related to the Exodus (Exod. 12-14). The Psalm demonstrates God’s response to His nation, Israel, in Egypt in a way to fulfill His promise to Abraham (Gen. 28:13-17). The Psalm brings out two issues; first, God who did wonders in the past (vv. 1-6)[…]

Text: Psalm 112: 1-10 This Psalm teaches two main areas: First, the character of the godly (vv.1-5). That the godly fear the Lord (v. 1) and delight in Him. They have righteousness, not of their own but of Jesus Christ, therefore they fellowship with God (v. 3). The godly are compassionate (v. 4b) and generous[…]

Text: Psalm 111:1-10 It is important to note that this Psalm glorifies the Lord because of His works and character (vv. 1-9a). Let us praise God because of His creation. The formation of nature should compel you to praise God (v.2). We should also praise God because of His character (vv.2-3). He is glorious, Majestic,[…]

Text: Psalm 110:1-7 This Psalm together with Psalm 118 is the most quoted Psalm in the New Testament. It also holds most exalted prophecies of the Bible portraying Jesus Christ as the King (vv.1-3), especially when it says “My Lord” in verse 1. It also portrays Jesus Christ as a Priest (v.4), ”…You are a[…]

Text: Psalm 110:1-7 This Psalm together with Psalm 118 is the most quoted Psalm in the New Testament. It also holds most exalted prophecies of the Bible portraying Jesus Christ as the King (vv.1-3), especially when it says “My Lord” in verse 1. It also portrays Jesus Christ as a Priest (v.4), ”…You are a[…]

Text: Psalm 113:1-9 Psalms 113-118 contain praises to God usually called the “Egyptian Hallel”. In Hebrew language Hallel means praise. These Psalms were mostly sung at Passover, tabernacle and Pentecost. They had greatest meaning at Passover as the children of Israel remembered their rescue from Egypt (Exod. 12-14). It was a custom to sing Psalms[…]

Text: Psalm 109:1-31 This is a Psalm of David and it is composed of two kinds of prayers: prayers wishing evil people to be destroyed (vv. 1-20) and prayers appealing for God’s justice to prevail (vv. 21-31). However, it should be noted that as a Christian you should not pray for destruction of your enemies[…]

Text: Psalm 108:1-13 This is a psalm of David, and it is interesting to note that Psalm 108: 1-5 is more less similar to Psalm 57:7-11 and Psalm 108:6-13 similar to 5-12. The two Psalms (57:7-11 and 60: 5-12) are combined together for mainly two reasons; to show the glory of God (vv. 1-5; 57:7-10)[…]

Text: Psalm 107: 1-43 You may have trouble and be in distress but the Lord promises to deliver you (vv. 4-6). He did it in the past and He continues to do it today and in the future. Let us be wise and observe the wonders of God (v. 43). Acknowledge that you have sinned[…]

Text: Psalm 106:1-48 This is yet another long Psalm, while in Psalm 105, we saw God’s goodness to His children, Israelites, in this Psalm we see the history and the accounts of rebellion and Israel’s provocation of God. Nevertheless the Psalm begins and ends in praising the Lord. Despite the rebellious spirit in the children[…]