An Overview Of The Old Testament

Part 99 - Not Desiring God To Rebuke In Wrath Through Praises To God (Psalms 38-43)
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1. Does the Psalmist help us to see that we don’t want to make God angry?


2. How heavy were the spiritual and physical plaques that came upon the Psalmist?



3. Were the family and friends of the Psalmist there for him?




4. Is it possible to ignore those that speak mischievous things about us?


5. Was the Psalmist willing to confess his sins to have God’s presence in his life?


6. Were the enemies of the Psalmist small in number and willing to use righteous judgment?


7. Should we be on guard when the wicked are before us?


8. When the Psalmist breaks his silence, what did He pray to God?


9. Can those who wait patiently for redemption be encouraged by the words of the Psalmist?


10. Could we assemble a list of the blessings God has given to His people?


11. What does Hebrews 10:5-12 have to do with our current study?





12. If we follow the example set forth in Psalms 40:9-10, what would we do?



13. Did the Psalmist look to God when his enemies had him in a bind?


14. Are there blessings upon those who consider the poor (keeping in mind that during the time this was written God did directly act)?


15. In asking for God’s mercy, did the Psalmist acknowledge any error on his part?


16. How many friends (carnally speaking) does the Psalmist seem to have?



17. Does the Psalmist look at God’s deliverance as evidence of his standing with God?


18. Was the Psalmist seeking after God?


19. When tears abounded with the Psalmist, where did he go to seek after God?


20. As the Psalmist contemplates his soul being cast down, who does he realize he must hope in?


21. Who did the Psalmist ask God to deliver him from?


22. What did the Psalmist ask God to send out to lead him?



23. What will the Psalmist do when he arrives at God’s holy hill?