There are many names of God in the Scriptures. Most center on a certain aspect or attribute of God and are, therefore,…
Category: Psalms of the Summer
Don’t get too proud when reading your Bible daily. David reminds us to be humble in Psalm 119.
Imprecatory prayers in the Psalms can be violent and hard to understand. Let’s answer some common questions about these prayers and see what we can learn.
Singing the Psalms is an excellent way to study them and get to know them well. Here’s a playlist to help you sing them throughout the day!
Reading the Psalms should be easy, right? But have you opened your Bible to Psalms and read, “How long, O Lord? Will you leave us forever?” This is a lament. Find out what makes them important and just how to read them!
How can Christians truly be happy? David tells us in Psalm 32. Let’s see what he says together.
The book of Psalms is a treasure trove of instruction and encouragement. This wonderful book is worthy of years of study. This post contains 5 methods and resources to help you study it!
The book The Flow of the Psalms challenges beliefs that the Psalms are just a hodge-podge of songs and prayers thrown together. That is not the case! They are truly pieced together in a magnificent puzzle.
Learn the 2 big lessons from the Psalms of the Summer series. There’s so much to learn from this beautiful book of the Bible!
Hope is something we all need, and God knows that. He has provided 6 reasons to hope from Psalms 90-104. We can put our hope in Him as our King.