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Psalms - Commentary


by Chuck Missler

        
 
  Price: R 799.00
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
        


 Price: R 299.00


    

 

Printed Study Notes

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Study Notes Price R 189.00

 


Media Type: DVD
Published 22-Jun-2007
Published by Koinonia House
KHID#: DVD43
Dimensions (inches): .5x5x7

Psalms is Israel's hymnal; it is poetry laced with strong theology. In Hebrew, this book is called Tehillim = ''Praises." There are 55 psalms addressed to ''the chief musician." [Greek: psalmoi, ''a poem to be sung to a stringed instrument'' or psaltar, for harp or stringed instrument.]

History instructs; Law teaches; prophecy announces, rebukes, chastens; morality persuades. Psalms is the medicine and succor for the comfort and encouragement of us all. They are written to the individual-all of us, individually.

Jesus said that the psalms spoke about Him (Lk 24:44). Christ's birth, betrayal, agony, death, resurrection, ascension, coming again in glory, and His worldwide reign-all are pictured in inspired vividness. They constitute irrefutable testimony to the Divine inspiration of the Scripture.

 

The Book of Psalms Session 1

Psalms 1 - 2

Introduction

Psalms is Israel’s hymnal; it is poetry laced with strong theology. In

Hebrew, this book is called Tehillim = “Praises.” There are 55 psalms

addressed to “the chief musician.” [Greek: psalmoi, “a poem to be sung

to a stringed instrument” or psaltar, for harp or stringed instrument.]

History instructs; Law teaches; prophecy announces, rebukes, chastens;

morality persuades. Psalms is the medicine and succor for the comfort

and encouragement of us all. They are written to the individual—all of

us, individually. They are musical. Odes = poems to be set to music;

lyrics = poems intended for lyre or harp.

 

The Book of Psalms Session 2

Psalms 3 - 10

Psalms: A Caveat for our Souls

• Chewing the cud: the key to (the “clean”) sacrifi ces.

• Analysis paralysis: can blindfold our souls to the message.

• Prayerful absorption vs Intellectual dissection: a gateway to His

presence.

Psalms 3-7 form a bridge, a stairway between two Messianic psalms.

Psalm 2 is the prophetic rejection of God’s anointed, and Psalm 8 is

His ultimate victory as Man. In these fi ve psalms we have the record

of Israel’s trials, sorrows, confusions, problems, and sins. We also see

their confi dence in God, the promises of God, and their prayers for

deliverance

  

The Book of Psalms Session 3

Psalms 11 - 18

 

The Book of Psalms Session 4

Psalms 19 – 21

 

The Book of Psalms Session 5

Psalms 22 – 24

The Shepherd Psalms

  

The Book of Psalms Session 6

Psalms 25 – 30

 

The Book of Psalms Session 7

Psalms 31 – 36

The next 10 psalms are personal, quiet and intimate. They are less

familiar, but they have much to say to us. They are applicable to the

past, present and future.

 

 

The Book of Psalms Session 8

Psalms 37 – 41

Christ’s birth, betrayal, agony, death, resurrection, ascension, coming

again in glory, and His worldwide reign—all pictured in inspired vividness

in the Psalms (even more than Isaiah).

 

The Book of Psalms Session 9

Book II: The Exodus Section

Psalms 42 – 48

 

The Book of Psalms Session 10

Psalms 49 – 51

 

The Book of Psalms Session 11

Psalms 52 - 55

Perhaps it is the personal, devotional, aspect of the psalms that will

cause them to become so dear to one immersed in them. However, their

prophetic aspect can also be a key epistemological treasure.

  

The Book of Psalms Session 12

Psalms 56 – 60

 

The Book of Psalms Session 13

Psalms 61 – 68

 

A cluster of eight psalms: The cry and confi dence of the godly.

 

The Book of Psalms Session 14

Psalms 69 – 72

 

The Book of Psalms Session 15

Book III: Psalms 73 - 80

Book III

 

Book III is viewed as corresponding to the Book of Leviticus because

in this section—even in Psalm 73—the sanctuary is prominent. Leviticus

is the book of worship for the tabernacle and later for the temple.

It is one of the greatest books in the Bible. In this section we fi nd the

emphasis upon the sanctuary and, in particular, on two aspects of the

house of God.

The Book of Leviticus emphasizes two things: that God is holy and that

without shedding of blood there is no remission of sins—the key words

are holiness and sacrifi ce. These two words will also fi gure largely in

this Leviticus section of the Book of Psalms.

 

The Book of Psalms Session 16

Book III Psalms 81 – 89

 

The Book of Psalms Session 17

Psalms 90 - 100

Book IV: “Numbers” Section (Psalms 90-106)

The theme of Book IV is Peril and Protection. The Book of Numbers

records the great tragedy of a generation dying in the wilder ness, never reaching their goal: the Promised Land. How appropriate

it is to begin this section with Psalm 90, the prayer of Moses.

It is the only psalm of Moses that we have.

 

The Book of Psalms Session 18

Psalms 101- 106

The Book of Psalms: Psalm 101 - “Song to the King

Who Rules in Righteousness and Judgment”

This is a Davidic psalm. It begins a little nest of 6 psalms (101–106)

that speak of praise to the King. [Leadership 101?] Yet, this is a psalm

that really cannot fi t into David’s: it must also be a prophetic psalm.

 

The Book of Psalms Session 19

Book V (Psalm 107 - 150)

Psalms 107-118

The Book of Psalms: Psalm 107

Psalm 107 begins the Deuteronomy section of the Book of Psalms. This

fi fth book begins with a great retrospect in the plains of Moab, which

reviews God’s gracious dealings with His people. They were then soon

to enter the land of promise.

In the opening psalm of this Deuteronomy section the remnant of Israel

is seen prophetically regathered and about ready to enter the land. Psalm

105 emphasized Israel’s exodus from Egypt; Psalm 106, on God’s longsuffering

care of his people. Psalm 107 focuses on the Lord’s redemption

of the nation from the captivity of Babylon (vv. 2-3).

 

 The Book of Psalms Session 20

Psalm 119

 

The Book of Psalms: Session 21

Psalm 119, Part 2

The Book of Psalms: Psalm 119 (Part 2: vv. 73 - 176)

Psalm 119 has 176 verses, and every verse (with the possible exception

of two verses) is praise to the Word of God. It is not our intention to

dwell on each verse: Spurgeon, in his unmatched Treasury of David,

devotes 400 pages to them! In this fi nal half, we will explore—superfi

cially at best—verses 73 to 176.

 

 The Book of Psalms Session 22

Psalm 120 – 134

Songs of “Degrees”

 

The Book of Psalms Session 23

Psalm 135 - 144

The Book of Psalms: Psalm 135 - “Praise the Lord

For Who He Is”

We leave the pilgrim psalms now and come to songs of praise. This

psalm is in a parentheses of “ Hallelujahs. ” It begins with “ Praise ye

the Lord” (4X) and ends with “Bless the Lord” (4X). (“Hallelujah” is

repeated 8X). In it, Israel praises God for the deliverance of the past.

  

The Book of Psalms Session 24

Psalm 145 – 150

Completing Book V

 

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Media Type: MP3 on CD-ROM
Published 22-Jun-2007
Published by Koinonia House
KHID#: CD049
Dimensions (inches): 5.5x5x.5

Psalms is Israel's hymnal; it is poetry laced with strong theology. In Hebrew, this book is called Tehillim = ''Praises." There are 55 psalms addressed to ''the chief musician." [Greek: psalmoi, ''a poem to be sung to a stringed instrument'' or psaltar, for harp or stringed instrument.]

History instructs; Law teaches; prophecy announces, rebukes, chastens; morality persuades. Psalms is the medicine and succor for the comfort and encouragement of us all. They are written to the individual-all of us, individually.

Jesus said that the psalms spoke about Him (Lk 24:44). Christ's birth, betrayal, agony, death, resurrection, ascension, coming again in glory, and His worldwide reign-all are pictured in inspired vividness. They constitute irrefutable testimony to the Divine inspiration of the Scripture.

This commentary is a two CD set:

  • Disc One - all 24 sessions as Automated Multimedia Slideshow Presentations complete with Study Notes.
  • Disc Two - all 24 sessions in audio only MP3 format complete with Study Notes.