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Psalms

The Psalms express worship. Throughout its many pages, Psalms encourages its readers to praise God for who He is and what He has done.

Read more about the book of Psalms.

Resources on this Scripture

The Best Teacher

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Psalm 25:9
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True of false? Experience is the best teacher. Experience is a good teacher, but guided experience is the best teacher. We need people to come alongside us; people who care enough to confront us when we’re off base. And when we’re confronted, we need the humility to learn from it.

A Song for Adults to Sing

Out of the rich book of Psalms, we find an ancient hymn—a prayer, a passionate petition—in which David makes a series of requests and statements that reveal a level of maturity admired by all. For a few moments, read over and meditate on Psalm 26. Observe the composer's major theme as well as his unguarded admissions. See if you can discover for yourself the relevance of this melodic revelation.

Transparent Tenderness

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Psalm 30:5

Tears have a language all their own. In some mysterious way, our bodies know their verbal limitations and then the tears come.

One of the most significant contributions the legacy of a woman leaves upon the world is an unguarded tenderness. This softens our spirits and our souls. Don’t stop. The world is hard—don’t pick up on that. Stay tender.

Needed: Shelter for Storm Victims

Where can Christians turn when we’ve been pushed around, misunderstood, and bruised with adversity? The answer for us today is not unlike the answer for the ancient Hebrews. Following God’s Law, they set up “cities of refuge”—pockets of security and protection, where healing could happen. Places of spiritual refuge are just as needed today.

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