Psalm 130 Outline
– The psalmist cried out to God for mercy (Psalm 130:1-2)
– God is always willing to forgive us when we turn back to him (Psalm 130:3-4)
– The psalmist wanted to trust in God and wait on him patiently (Psalm 130:5-6)
– God’s love is everlasting (Psalm 130:7-8)
Psalm 130 Summary
In Psalm 130:1-2, the psalmist cried out to God for mercy from a low estate of sin.
In Psalm 130:3-4, everyone will go to hell if God don’t forgive. But God is always willing to forgive and accept us back when we repent and confess our sins.
In Psalm 130:5-6, the psalmist has put his hope in God. He has been waiting patiently for God’s salvation.
In Psalm 130:7-8, the psalmist encourages the Israelites to put their hopes in God and trust in him because God’s love is unfailing and everlasting. He redeem the righteous who follow and walk in his commandments.
Psalm 130 Bible Study
1. Trust in God
We must always surrender our problems to God and let him help us. You should discuss all your problems with God no matter if it is a small or big problem. You should pray for the Holy Spirit to speak to you and he will see you through your problem. In Proverbs 3:5-6, trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.Â In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. In Romans 8:28, and we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.