I just gave you an introduction, which should have included Ps 50. That’s only if you
are reading from a Bible that gives you titles of sections, or comments before
Psalm you are reading. This one is a marker of praise to God by David after
He delivered him from the hands of Saul.
Ps 18 is a strong Psalm of praise, adoration and love to God
How do you say to God : I love you. Those three words work, but also
offer praises of thanksgiving, for creation around you, for positive
circumstances in your life. and David gets very specific in this Psalm
Look at vs. 7 : The earth reeled and rocked, etc…because he was angry.
Smoke went up from his nostrils…we see the dragon in a movie, this is
a positive guy getting angry as the enemies of His people
This is a very personal God,,,,vs; 29 by you I can run against a troop
and leap over a wall. Empowerment 101
More praise and declaration of the creation crying out praise to God
Personification of creation expressed by pen. Awesome!!
Don’t be afraid to call upon God for his assistance.
vs. 1 “May the Lord answer you in the day of trouble!
More praise here, “how the king rejoices in the Lords’
strength. You have given your hearts desire”
These themes will be repeated again and again throughout
the Psalms. I’m excited because I’ve never done a close
study, or reading of the Psalms and recording “features” like