How often do Christians sing of and to God as Judge? Readers will find this theme in Scripture, yet contemporary worship music neglects to make use of it.
Trusting the God who knows everything and knows him, the psalm writer submits himself to be examined, corrected, and guided.
The time when we praise God in song is a time to force cold and indifferent hearts into duty, to nurse godly affections into greater strength that have been smothered by our inclination to self, and to shove aside distracting thoughts of life’s affairs.
Some churches sing the psalms during their time of worship.
The words of this psalm can be used for words as our own prayers or, better, as the basis for shaping our own expressions in prayer.
The best Bible commentaries are like seasoned adventure guides – they know their terrain well and have long experience of sharing it with others.
Psalm 2 shows us how we can view the world, and gives us our voice and message to it.
Why might it be hard to be satisfied and stay satisfied in God’s love?