1. Did the Psalmist desire to share wisdom only with those who were highly esteemed in society?
2. Before the Psalmist would open his dark sayings upon the harp, what did he first have to do?
3. Since the Psalmist had decided to hear and share wisdom, did he fear the days of evil?
4. Can a wealthy person have redemption through his/her wealth?
5. Is death a respecter of persons?
6. With the reality of death, what do we have to look forward to?
7. Why should we not be moved when others prosper and are made rich?
8. Does God try to silently judge His people?
9. Was God going to correct His people concerning their burnt offerings?
10. What does Psalms 50:15 tell us about the current faithfulness of those being addressed in this context?
11. Do the wicked listen to God’s instructions?
12. What does Psalms 50:18 show us concerning the company we keep?
13. Give two Scriptures, outside of our current context, which teach us not to partake in the sins of others?
14. Were the wicked individuals in our study guarding their tongues?
15. Though some may think God’s silence equates to approval, is that true?
16. Does the fiftieth Psalm end with a soft warning to the wicked?
17. Does the first five verses of Psalms fifty-one teach that children are born sinners?
18. Who did the Psalmist look to for purification?
19. Did the Psalmist look to instruct others before or after his corrections were made?
20. Did the Psalmist desire to praise God?
21. Rather than meaningless sacrifices, what did God want most from His people?
22. If God did His good pleasure unto Zion, what would be the result?