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Day One (Psalms 99-101)

1. In Psalm 99, give three reasons why God should be worshipped?

2. Why are the three men of Israel’s history remembered in Psalm 99?

3. God not only hears our prayers, He _______________________ them.

4. How does Psalm 99:8 illustrate God’s goodness and severity?

5. Psalm 100 emphasizes that we should serve God with __________________.

6. What does it mean to “bless God?”

7. Psalm 101 shows David’s observing what two areas of life?

8. If you follow David’s pattern, what will be guiding principles in your life?

Day Two (Psalms 102-103)

1. Psalm 102 is descriptive in what time in Israel’s history?

2. Psalm 102 is a psalm of “complaint” (see the description in the title) in that it:

(a). is finding fault with God and His doings.

(b). is venting the feeling of being overwhelmed with sorrow.

3. Match the following descriptions with the point being made:

(a). “Let my cry come unto thee…answer me speedily.” ____________

(b). “heart is smitten like grass and withered…forge to eat bread.” ___________

(c). “Like a pelican of the wilderness…like an owl of the waste places.” ______

(d). “I watch…like a sparrow…alone in the housetop.” ________

(e). “Mine enemies reproach me all the day.” ________

(f). “Have eaten ashes like bread…mingled my drink with weeping.” ________

(g). “Like a shadow that declines…withered like grass.” ______

(1). Sleepless sorrow

(2). Almost gone

(3). Urgent need of God

(4). Solitude

(5). Completely absorbed in trouble

(6). Cursed continually

(7). Sorrow is the only food

4. In Psalm 102, the writer recognizes his suffering was the result of God’s


5. What two characteristics of God gives hope to His suffering people?

6. In Psalm 103, what has happened to cause praises to be offered to God?

7. What is meant in God “hath not dealt with us according to our sins?”

8. How does David express the completeness of God’s forgiveness?

9. Explain the conditional nature of receiving God’s lovingkindness?

10. Psalm 103:19-22 illustrates that God rules over ________________, therefore ___________________________ should       praise Him.

Day Three (Psalms 104-105)

1. Psalm 104 praises God because He is both the _______________ and _________________ of our existence.

2. Psalm 105 highlights God’s (a) longsuffering and justice; (b) wrath and purity, or (c) might and fidelity.

3. What specific covenant with Abraham does Psalm 105 highlight?

4. What type of thinking should we be careful to avoid when viewing God’s promises?

5. Who turned Egypt to hate God’s people? How?

6. The descendants of Ham dwelt in Egypt (T) (F)

7. Egypt was ______________ when Israel departed.

8. Israel possessed the promised land (T) (F)

Day Four (Psalms 106-109)

1. What verse or verses best sum up the pattern of Israel’s history?

2. How was Israel “rebellious” at the Red Sea?

3. How did Israel tempt God?

4. Why was Phinehas praised and remembered?

5. What was Israel’s sin in the promised land?

6. Why is Jehovah praised in such remembrance of Israel’s sins?

7. In Psalm 107, what character of God is worthy of thought causing us to praise Him?

8. What wonderful works has God done, resulting in deserving praise?

9. What should the wise heed and consider?

10. From what two Psalms comprise Psalm 108?

11. How does Psalm 108 illustrate a heart fixed in God?

12. David’s enemies in Psalm 109 rewarded him ___________ for ______________.

13. David’s prayer unto God regarding his enemies is a prayer I cannot offer as a Christian because (a) it does not love; (b) it is       contrary to the ways of God; (c) I must bless and not curse my enemies or (d) not of the above.

14. Why will David praise God before the multitudes?

Day Five (Psalms 110-113)

1. In Psalm 110, Jehovah speaks of one who is both _______________ and ________________.

2. Who fulfilled these two characteristics? Give Scriptural proof:

3. What in Psalm 110 shows the Premillennial concept of God’s universal reign is error?

4. In Psalm 111, what are the great works of Jehovah?

5. _____________________ and ____________________ is God’s name.

6. What is the beginning of wisdom? What is good understanding?

7. In Psalm 112, the fear of reverence of Jehovah is manifested by me doing what?

8. What good is manifested in the righteous? Why is this ironic?

9. In what two ways does the Psalmist of Psalm 113 present the fact that God possesses a high and exalted name?

10. What two wonderful things does God do that deserve praise?

Class Study: Psalm 104 (Greatness of God as Seen in Nature)


I. Blessing God for His works in creation (v. 1)

II. First five days of creation reviewed with emphasis upon God’s providence (v. 2-32)

III. Praising God with song and meditation (v. 33-35)


1. Give the set of verses in the Psalm corresponding to each of the first five days of creation in Genesis 1:

Why do you think days six and seven are not reflected upon?

2 We should glorify God for only His power in His creation but also for His _________________________.

3. What does the Psalmist mean by God “layeth the beams of His chambers in the waters” in verse 37?

4. God appointed the moon for _______________________________.

5. God created the seas for the animals, so we should eliminate man’s use of it for commerce. (T) (F)

6. I will sing praises unto God as long as ___________________________________.

7. When you fill your heart with God’s goodness and greatness, there is not room to tolerate __________________.