The backdrop for the Psalms is twofold: 1) the acts of God in creation and history, and 2) the history of Israel. Historically, the psalms range in time from the origin of life to the post-Exilic joys of the Jews liberated from Babylon. Thematically, the psalms cover a wide spectrum of topics, ranging from heavenly worship to earthly war. The collected psalms comprise the largest book in the Bible and the most frequently quoted OT book in the NT. Psalm 117 represents the middle chapter (out of 1,189) in the Bible. Psalm 119 is the largest chapter in the entire Bible. Through the ages, the psalms have retained their original primary purpose, i.e., to engender the proper praise and worship of God.

More then 2000 FREE videos featuring Expository teaching through every verse of the Bible, Line by line –

Join our Facebook Community here –

Audio used with permission from D. Scott Meadows

#Psalms #Bible #D.ScottMeadows

    2 replies to "Psalm 59 – A Theology for the Persecuted"

    • Juan

      Behold I come like a thief in the night, Blessed is the man with his garment on, which name will I be? I see the hearts of all MEN…

    • Moses Moses

      Thank you Pastor for the precious word of God, God bless your ministry

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Deze site gebruikt Akismet om spam te verminderen. Bekijk hoe je reactie-gegevens worden verwerkt.