The Soul's Converse with God in the Psalms

Adapted from John Richard Sampey, “Psalms, Book of,” The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia. http://www.studylight.org/enc/isb/view.cgi?number=T7141
  • Reverence toward God—
    “Yahweh is infinitely holy (Psalms 99:3,5,9). Psalms 95-100 are models of adoration and worship.”

  • Thirsting for God
    Psa 42; 43; 63

  • Praising God—
    “More than 20 psalms have for their keynote praise to God. See especially Psalms 8:1,9; 57:7-11; 71:22-24; 95:1-7. The first three verses of Psalms 33; 34; 40; 92 and 105”

  • Joy in God's house
    Psa 84; 122; 137:5f

  • Practicing the Presence of God
    Psa 91; 23

  • God in Nature. See:
    • Psalms 104, "Hymn of Creation";
    • Psalms 29, "Yahweh, the God of the storm";
    • and the first half of Psalms 19, "the heavens are telling."

  • Love for God's Word
    Psa 19; 119

  • God's Care of All Things
    Psa 65; 121

  • God Our Refuge
    Psa 46; 61; 62

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