This Psalm talks about the greatness of the Lord and the response that all people and all of creation should have to the Lord’s greatness. It shows that worship is an active thing. It should involve singing (v.1), showing (v.2),
The greatness of God as our Lord, King, Maker, and Shepherd should inspire singing, praise, and belief not doubt, fear, and disobedience. That is what Psalm 95 is about. It begins with a call to come and sing to the
It is hard to see injustice and watch as wicked people proudly oppress others and get away with it. That is what seems to have been happening, as the author of this Psalm cries out to the Lord for vengeance.
In just five short verses, Psalm 93 describes eternal realities of the Lord’s reign over all things and His coming reign on this earth. We see the Lord clothed with majesty and strength that He has put on Himself. We
What a great Psalm of rejoicing and praising the Lord because of how great He is and how He blesses those who trust Him. The Psalmist begins by saying that it is good (fitting) to praise the Lord because of
This Psalm is rich with imagery of safety and protection from hostile attacks and forces. It details how those who trust in the Lord find refuge and deliverance. Like a bird protected from the snare and like a shield the
Written by Moses, Psalm 90 is a powerful reflection on the eternality of God and the transience of man. Maybe Moses wrote it as he compared the great mountains created by God with the Israelite people wandering in the wilderness
The beginning of Psalm 89 is quite different from the end. Ethan, the writer, begins by praising God’s mercy and faithfulness to all generation. He proceeds to elaborate on everything that God has done for His people and particularly for
Psalm 88 is a sad Psalm. It doesn’t really have a happy ending. The author Heman was going through some kind of Job-like suffering that seemed to be caused by God and to which there seemed to be no reprieve.