An Overview Of The Old Testament

Part 97 - Give Unto The Lord Through A Request For God's Mercy On Israel (Psalms 29-33)
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1. As we begin studying our context, what is to be given unto the Lord?


2. What do we learn from our context about the voice of the Lord?




3. Do we find any indicator in our study that God has dominion over floodwaters?



4. During the time of the Old Testament, what was the source of strength and peace for Israel?


5. Why was the Psalmist willing to lift up [extol] God?


6. Since God’s anger is temporary, what did the Psalmist say the people should do?


7. Who helped the Psalmist to be unmovable and to stand strong?


8. What do we learn about the Psalmist in verses 9-12 of Psalms 30?




9. How much did the Psalmist trust in God?


10. In our context, who has the Psalmist hated?


11. What was the Psalmist glad and rejoicing in?


12. In this thirty-first Psalm, does the Psalmist pen anything that reveals he is in some sort of trouble?


13. After the Psalmist declares his trust in God, what does he ask God to do?



14. According to the Psalmist, what does God do for those that fear Him?


15. As we begin the thirty-second Psalm, who is described as a blessed man?


16. Can a godly individual remain silent when in sin or would they confess their error?




17. What would you say to someone who uses Psalms 33:1-3 to justify usage of mechanical instruments of music in worship to God today?








18. Whose word is right?


19. Where, outside of the Scriptures, can we see the goodness of the Lord and what should that cause us to do?


20. Will the counsel of sinners overtake God’s counsel?


21. What nation is blessed?


22. Does God know what’s going on in this world?


23. Is it best to trust in things of this world (i.e. kings and horses) or to trust in God?




24. To whom should mankind look for mercy?