Adult Sunday School class taught by Horace Light
The Psalms repeatedly acknowledge God’s prior acts in the lives of these people. That activity is a source of strength and hope in the midst of current struggles. How has God been active in our lives?
Some of the Psalms’ harshest language is reserved for personal and national enemies. The language in these Psalms makes many Christians cringe, and even wish that these words were not in the Bible. What are we to make of this?
What role does confession play in our prayers? When confronting our own sin, do we describe ourselves with the same brutal honesty that the Psalm writers use for their own sin?
How do the various Psalm writers understand public worship? What kinds of activities were normal during worship?