The Christian life is one that should be full of worship and praise. We are caught up in a great deliverance which results in a great response – and not one that has to all be ‘within the lines’.
This is a Psalm of wisdom that speaks directly to man. It tells us wonderful things to embrace and warns us of things to avoid. This is a great soul feeding Psalm that we can use to help us navigate life, build well, think correctly and see things clearly.
We can read Psalms like Psalm 91 and feel that they are not really in tune with our experience. Does that mean that they are wrong or is it that we are failing to grasp the greater truths that lie within them.
Psalm 110 is the most referred to Psalm in the New Testament. This message preached on Easter Sunday 2016 shows how this Psalm was a prophecy about Jesus Christ – a better King and a better Priest.
In our darkest times we can often make the mistake of failing to do what matters most and rather we end up doing the things that make matters worse. This Psalm provides an invaluable encouragement and hope as to what we should do on such days, weeks, months, seasons or years.
Psalm 117 is shortest in length, but long in its potential impact. This Psalm enables us to have a bigger vision, a deeper understanding and a longer perspective. It widens our borders and increases the volume of our praise.