Psalm 9 Outline
– David praise God with his heart (Psalm 9:1-2)
– David rejoiced that God has destroyed his enemies (Psalm 9:3-6)
– God will judge everyone on the judgment day (Psalm 9:11)
– God is a refuge for those who are oppressed (Psalm 9:12)
– David pleaded God to save him from his enemies (Psalm 9:13-18)
– David pleaded God to destroy the wicked people, who are his enemies (Psalm 9:19-20)
Psalm 9 Summary
In Psalm 9:1-2, David praise God with all his heart. He rejoice in God and want to tell of all his wonders.
In Psalm 9:3-6, David rejoiced that God has upheld him by destroying his enemies.
In Psalm 9:7-10, Jesus Christ will judge the people of the world on the judgment day. God is a refuge for those who are oppressed with problems. Anyone who trust in God will surely receive help from him.
In Psalm 9:11-12, sing praises to God and tell everyone about testimonies about God so that God’s kingdom can be furthered. God is always listening to the cries of the people and he never ignore the afflicted.
In Psalm 9:13-18, David pleaded God to rescue him from his enemies. He remember God is a God of justice and the wicked will always be paid back by their evil deeds. God is constantly looking after the needy and providing for them.
In Psalm 9:19-20, David begged God to take action and destroy the wicked people, who are his enemies so that they cannot triumph.
Psalm 9 Bible Study
1. God is our refuge
God is our refuge in times of troubles. God knows everything that is happening in this world. He is always watching the people on this earth. Anyone who sin will surely be punished either on earth or after death no matter he is a Christian or not. Whenever you have problem, you should bring it to God and let him guide you through it. In Psalm 91:2, I will say of the LORD, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in him will I trust. In 1 Peter 5:7, casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you. In Proverbs 16:3, commit thy works unto the LORD, and thy thoughts shall be established. In Psalm 55:22, cast thy burden upon the LORD, and he shall sustain thee: he shall never suffer the righteous to be moved.