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Q & A on Psalms 70-95 0

Psalms 70-95 Questions and Answers

Psalms 70-95 Questions and Answers Psalms 70-95 continue the questions and answers on the book of Psalms – prayers and praises to God. Why did David say that he was poor and needy? David realized that all they he had was from God. Maybe when he wrote this Psalm he was in the wilderness running for his life from Saul and had next to nothing. Even as king he realized that he had nothing, all that he had was from God and therefore he in himself was both poor and needy. What does it mean “He took me out of...

Questions and Answers on Psalm 41-55 0

Psalms 41-55 Questions and Answers

Psalms 41-55 Questions and Answers Psalms 41-55 continues with the study on the songbook of the Jewish people. The book of Psalms provides some interesting tidbits of information that are worthy of examination. Who is Korah? He was the author of 11 of the Psalms. Most of the psalms attributed to Korah express gratitude, humility and devotion to a wonderful powerful God. Who are Hermonites? Mount Hermon had three summits. The Hermonites were the people who lived there. Could this be a reference to the fallen angels? Some Bible scholars say that Mt. Hermon was there the fallen angels come...

Questions and Answers on Psalms 1-12 0

Psalms 1-12 Questions and Answers

Psalms 1-12 – Questions and Answers Psalms 1-12 begins the second longest book of the Bible which has 150 chapters. The book of Psalms was written over a span of roughly 700 years by about 7 different authors but David wrote 73 of the Psalms. Psalms was the “songbook” of the Jews. What does “chaff” mean? The husk from a stalk of corn or wheat. This is the waste part of the grain, not good for anything. Are they saying the ungodly should not judge people in Psalms 1:5? It isn’t necessarily saying that the ungodly people should not be...