In this Psalm, the psalmist calls the righteous to praise God for all He is and all He's done.
This Psalm is a pattern to all believers how to approach sin in our lives.
In this psalm, David cries out to God for deliverance and in praise.
In this passage, David learns that God is to be valued over all things.
In this Psalm, the importance of ascribing glory and honor to Yahweh is brought out.
In this Psalm, David calls on God to save His covenant people of Israel through God’s anointed.
In this Psalm, David is fully sold out to God.
This challenging Psalm by David was penned as a result of his desire to serve God in all things.
In this Psalm, we are taught to trust God—rather than trusting in our own resources.
In this text, David presents a rarely-heard perspective of God in our world today. He is God and we are not. And, we are accountable to Him.
In this Psalm, David—as the king in Israel—pours out his heart in thanksgiving to God for all His provision.
In this text—unlike any other text in the Bible—we get a view of the crucifixion from Jesus as He looked down on those villains who murdered Him.
In this Psalm, we essentially get an answer to Psalm 20 along with a warning for the enemies of God.
What do God's people want for God's King? In this Psalm, we find a good example.
In this psalm, we will see David’s desire to glorify God in his life—the same way that both creation and the Word glorify Him.