This Is My Story, These Are My Songs
Three of the 150 Psalms are dedicated to the same individual: Jeduthun. Who was this man and what might we learn from his example?
Psalm 39:1-5 – We-Vape
The first Psalm dedicated to Jeduthun begins as David ponders the brevity of life.
Psalm 39:6-11 – Theocorrect
David thinks about the shortness of life and God’s discipline in the life of a believer.
Psalm 39:12-13 – Pray Without Concealing
David closes this first song dedicated to Jeduthun with a heartfelt prayer.
Psalm 62:1-4 – You’ve Got Your Head In The Savior
David writes a song about refuge and security while under incessant attack from his enemies. Is his head in the sand?
Psalm 62:5-8 – Refuge Reminder
David talks about the powerful refuge found in God
Psalm 62:9-12 – Encouragement And Exhortation
David wraps up the Psalm giving encouragement, instruction and exhortation to all men everywhere
Psalm 77:1-3 – Patient Refusing Treatment
Asaph is afflicted and needs a Physician, but when he goes to Him, he refuses treatment for what ails him
Psalm 77:4-9 – Patient Becoming Combative
Asaph becomes angry and accusatory toward God, His Great Physician
Psalm 77:10 – Get Your Piercing
Asaph has a sudden change of heart in regard to his life and his God
Psalm 77:11-15 – Active Savior
Asaph celebrates the great and active work of God
Psalm 77:16-20 – Every Earth You Shake, I’ll Be Watching You
Asaph recounts the earth-shaking power of God