Psalm 26 – 31

Psalm 26

  1. Describe in your own words the main trend of David’s life as he describes it here. Can you make similar clams for yourself?
  2. In verse 12, Davis seems to be assured that God will answer his prayer. On what has it been based that he can have this assurance? Cf. Ps. 66:18; Jas. 4:3.
  3. Verse 12. ‘Level ground’: i.e., a place of safety and ease, where e can fulfil the promises of verses 6, 7.


Psalm 27

  1. What do verses 1-6 reveal of David’s attitude in life and of his chief desire? On what is this attitude and desire based? What equivalent desire should we have today? Cf. 1 Pet. 2:4, 5; 1 Cor. 6:19, 20.
  2. In verses 7-14 what are David’s seven petitions? How does he address God, and how does he encourage himself to continue in Prayer?

Psalm 28 and 29

  1. In Ps.28 David’s prayer is answered. What difference does this make to him? Are you always as thankful about God’s answer to your prayers?
  2. 29 is the description of a thunderstorm viewed as a manifestation of God’s glory. What spiritual lessons does it teach regarding God, and regarding our duties and privileges as his people?

Psalm 30 and 31


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