August 3: Psalms 90-93
1) In Psalm 90, Moses laments the brevity of life. Which of the following requests did he not make of God?
- Grant us long life.
- Satisfy us with your love so that we may rejoice and be glad.
- Let your favor be upon us.
- Establish the work of our hands.
2) In Psalm 91, God makes a number of wonderful promises regarding health and safety, but to whom do these promises apply?
August 4: Psalms 94-97
1) According to Psalm 94, what is God's expectation regarding evildoers (v 16)?
2) According to Psalm 95, when we hear God's voice, what must we never do?
August 5: Psalms 98-102
1) According to Psalm 100, with what are we to enter God's gates?
2) In Psalm 101, the Psalmist said he would not set before his eyes anything that is _____?
August 6: Psalms 103-104
1) When the Psalmist says that God "made his ways known to Moses but his acts to the people of Israel" (103:7), what is the difference?
2) What animals are found in Psalm 104?
- Wild Goats
- Rock Badgers
- All the above
August 7: Psalm 105
1) What did God say by way of rebuke to kings regarding the patriarchs (v 15)?
2) What were the practical functions of the pillar of cloud by day and of fire by night (v 39)?
August 8: Psalm 106
1) Who intervened when Israel succumbed to idolatry and it was credited to him for righteousness (v 30-31)?
2) When Israel served idols, to whom were they really sacrificing their sons and daughters according to the Psalmist (v 36-37)?
Sunday, August 9: Discussion Questions
1) What passage uniquely spoke to you this week?
2) What insights did you gain about God?
3) What application might this have to what is happening in the world today?
4) How would God have you apply this truth to your life?