Psalm 124-126

  1. Ps. 124. What salutary reflections does the psalmist draw from the narrow escape that has occurred? How do past experiences buoy up present faith? What ought we to learn from them?
  2. Of what two things did the mountain beneath, and the mountains around, Jerusalem speak to God’s people? With Ps.125, cf. Deut. 33:27-29a.
  3. In Ps. 126, what are the effects of God’s intervention? Note the significance of the illustrations used. What kind of hope does such recollection inspire?

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