Register for the 2022 Summer Study in PSALMS HERE.
The Book of Psalms is a collection of five smaller books; each a compilation of ancient Hebrew songs and poems devoted to the praise and worship of God. Written over centuries by various authors, the Book of Psalms, or “Praises”, served as a hymnbook for Jewish congregational worship as well as private worship and devotion. The Psalms continue to help worshippers draw near the heart of God today! Last summer we studied Psalms from Book One (Psalms 1-41) written by King David, a man after God’s own heart.
This year we move to Book Two (Psalms 42-72 ) to ponder and meditate on Psalms of David and others who sought to glorify God and abide in His presence!
8 Selections taken from Book Two of Psalms
Psalm 42 – Seek after the Lord ~ sons of Korah
Psalm 45 – King Messiah and His bride ~ sons of Korah
Psalm 50 – God the righteous judge ~ Asaph
Psalm 56 – a Michtam (golden psalm) ~ of David when Philistines captured him in Gath
Psalm 57 – a Michtam (golden psalm) ~ of David when he fled from Saul into the cave
Psalm 62 – Wait for God ~ David
Psalm 66 – Praise God for His awesome works ~ anonymous
Psalm 71 – God the rock of salvation ~ anonymous
Optional additional or alternate Psalm:
Psalm 63 – Joy in the fellowship of God ~ David
2022-23 Bible Study
Start Date: 9/8/22 | Registration coming in late summer
Time: Thursdays in-person from 9:30-11:45am
* Time and location of Wednesday night group TBD.
Study: Books of James, 1 Peter, 2 Peter, & Jude
If you have any questions, please contact Lisa Chen.