“The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.”This sentence opens one of the most well known, memorized psalms in the Bible.It encapsulates (summarizes) in one brief phrase who God is and what He does for us.Our next six psalms in this study also describe who God is and what He can do for you to bring you comfort, peace, restoration and answers to your troubles.
Read Psalm 22
·Compare with Matthew 27: 38-46, Mark 15: 22-37, Luke 23:33-46, John 19:17-37, Hebrews 2:9-12, Revelation 19:5
·When Davis and Jesus cried out these words, where does this Psalm say God is?
·What does Psalm 22 promise?
Read Psalm 23 and John 10:1-16
·How do these verses help you understand your relationship to Jesus?
·Meditate:What importance does this Psalm have for your life?Is there a time that it gave you comfort or would have given you comfort had you known it?
Read Psalm 24
·What does this Psalm tell you about God?
·Who is the King of Glory?
Read Psalm 25
·List everything you learn about …