Psalm 145 Bible Study

 

Psalm 145 Outline

 

– David will exalt God the king (Psalm 145:1-2)

– God is the greatest of all in the earth (Psalm 145:3-7)

– God is gracious and compassionate (Psalm 145:8-13)

– God is faithful in keeping his promises (Psalm 145:14-16)

– God’s ways are all righteous (Psalm 145:17-20)

– David will always praise God (Psalm 145:21)

 

Psalm 145 Summary

 

In Psalm 145:1-2, David will exalt God the king and praise his name forever.

In Psalm 145:3-7, God is the greatest of all in the earth. He has performed a lot of miracles among the people. The miracles that God performed were retold from generations to generations.

In Psalm 145:8-13, God is gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and rich in love. Those who are faithful to God’s commandments, the saints, will proclaim about the miracles God has done so that other people will get to know about God. God’s kingdom in heaven is everlasting. God rules over the earth and universe through all generations forever.

In Psalm 145:14-16, God is faithful in keeping his promises. He exalts those who are humble. He is constantly watching over the inhabitants of the earth.

In Psalm 145:17-20, God’s ways are all righteous. God is a loving God. He is always near to those who fear him and cry out to him in distress. God watches over all who love him but he will not destroy the wicked.

In Psalm 145:21, David will always praise God. Let every creature offer praises to God forever.

 

 

Psalm 145 Bible Study

 

1. God is faithful in keeping his promises

God is always faithful in keeping his promises. He never tell lies and always fulfill his promises even though it may take a very long time. 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 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 Hebrews 13:8, Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and to day, and for ever.

 

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