Psalm 45 Bible Study



Psalm 45 Outline


– The psalmist is inspired by the Holy Spirit to compose the nuptial song (Psalm 45:1)

– The psalmist addressed to the bridegroom, figuratively like, Jesus Christ (Psalm 45:2-9)

– The psalmist counsel the bride to honor God from heart (Psalm 45:10-12)

– The psalmist described the bride in beautiful gown being led to the king during the wedding (Psalm 45:13-15)

– Their future sons will be princes in the land (Psalm 45:16-17)



Psalm 45 Summary


In Psalm 45:1, Psalm 45 is a nuptial song. The psalmist said his heart is stirred up fervently by God through the Holy Spirit to compose this song.


In Psalm 45:2-9, the psalmist addressed to the bridegroom, figuratively like, Jesus Christ is the most excellent, compared to men. He is always victorious in truth, humility and righteousness. He will rule the world with justice forever. He love righteousness and hate wickedness.


In Psalm 45:10-12, the psalmist now addressed to the bride. He counsel her to honor God from heart above everything else.


In Psalm 45:13-15, the bride is the daughter of a king. She is being adorned with virtuous actions. The bride in her embroidered garments is being led to the king, with virgin companions follow her, in joy and gladness, into the palace of the king during the wedding.


In Psalm 45:16-17, the future sons of the bride and bridegroom will be princes throughout the land. The psalmist said the nuptial song will perpetuate all generations and it is to be sung by all future generations.



Psalm 45 Bible Study


1. Inward beauty

Nowadays, many people care about external beauty, about the clothes they wear and how they appear to people because they want others to think nice of them. The most important thing is inward beauty, loving God and doing all his commandments from your heart. In 1 Peter 3:3-4, whose adorning let it not be that outward adorning of plaiting the hair, and of wearing of gold, or of putting on of apparel;But let it be the hidden man of the heart, in that which is not corruptible, even the ornament of a meek and quiet spirit, which is in the sight of God of great price (1 Peter 3:1-6; Proverbs 31:30, Proverbs 3:15-18; 2 Corinthians 4:16; Proverbs 31:10-31)