Psalm 105 Bible Study

 

Psalm 105 Outline

 

– Always call on God’s name in times of trouble (Psalm 105:1-4)

– God’s judgment is in all the earth (Psalm 105:5-7)

– God always remember the covenant he made with Abraham (Psalm 105:8-11)

– God protected the Israelites before they moved to Egypt (Psalm 105:12-15)

– God raised Joseph to become Egypt’s governor so that the Israelites can move there (Psalm 105:16-22)

– God sent Moses and Aaron to bring the Israelites out from Egypt (Psalm 105:23-36)

– God made the Egyptians gave the Israelites their silver and gold (Psalm 105:37-41)

– God remembered his covenant with Abraham and brought them into Canaan (Psalm 105:42-45)

 

 

Psalm 105 Summary

 

In Psalm 105:1-4, give thanks to God, call on his name and proclaim his wonderful acts. God always come to help to those who sought after him. We should always look to God when facing a difficulty.

In Psalm 105:5-7, we must remember the wonders that God has done and the judgments he pronounced. God is constantly watching over and sending the right judgment on the people on earth.

In Psalm 105:8-11, God always remember the covenant he made with Abraham, that he will bring the Israelites into the land of Canaan and the Israelites will be his people.

In Psalm 105:12-15, Jacob, his wives and children used to travel in family groups before they moved to Goshen in Egypt. After moving to Goshen, the Israelites multiply exceedingly so that they become a nation.

In Psalm 105:16-22, God raised Joseph up to become the governor of Egypt. He struck a famine over the land of Canaan and Egypt. Joseph was betrayed by his brothers and he was sold into Egypt as slave. After he arrive in Egypt, he was sold as slave to Potiphar, the governor of the prison. God was with Joseph and he made everything he done successful. Later, Potiphar made Joseph the master of his household. Then, pharaoh had dreams concerning seven gaunt cows swallowing seven fat cows and seven thin heads of grain swallow seven full heads of grain. Joseph interpreted pharaoh’s dream and he was promoted to be the governor over Egypt.

In Psalm 105:23-36, after the Israelites had multiplied exceedingly and became numerous, a new pharaoh who does not know what Joseph had done for Egypt came into power. The new pharaoh oppressed the Israelites and made them work as slaves. The Israelites cried out to God and God sent Moses and Aaron to bring them out of Egypt into the land of Canaan as he had promised through his covenant with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh and asked him to let the Israelites go but Pharaoh refused. Therefore, God struck Egypt with 10 plagues. Finally, God struck killed all the firstborns of Egypt. This made Pharaoh very angry and he commanded the Israelites to get out of Egypt.

In Psalm 105:37-41, God made the Egyptians gave the Israelites all their silver and gold. God guided the Israelites with a pillar of fire in the morning and a pillar of cloud at night.

In Psalm 105:42-45, God remembered the promise he made to Abraham and brought the Israelites out from Egypt. He let them conquer the land of Canaan. He made the Israelites his people and gave them his laws.

 

Psalm 105 Bible Study

 

1.God always keep his promise

God always remember his promise and fulfilled what he say although it may take a long time. We must be patient in waiting for God to fulfill his promise. In Numbers 23:19, God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good? In 2 Corinthians 1:20, for all the promises of God in him are yea, and in him Amen, unto the glory of God by us. In 2 Timothy 2:13, If we believe not, yet he abideth faithful: he cannot deny himself. In Isaiah 55:11, so shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it. In Malachi 3:6, for I am the LORD, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.