Hope Community Church
REFUEL Mid-Week Bible Study (April 13th, 2016)
REFUEL is a casual, topical bible study to help "fill up your tank" in the middle of the week. Come as you are and dig deeper into the Word! • Coffee bar at 6:30 in the auditorium • Child Care (ages 6wks-5yrs) & Kids "Mid-Week Mania" (grades K-5th) provided
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  • Hope Community Church
    1240 Jay St, Waterford Twp, MI 48327, USA
    Wednesday 7:00 PM
Bible Study #7
“David: The Psalmist”

In this study we'll consider one of David's greatest, yet overlooked contributions.
Where did he get his inspiration?

David is called the sweet Psalmist of Israel because:
• God spoke through him and to him
(2 Samuel 23:1-3, Matt. 22:43, 2 Peter 1:19-21)
David is called the sweet Psalmist of Israel because:
• God spoke through him and to him
• God anointed him as a prophet
(Acts 1:15-16 & Psalm 41:9 and Acts 2:29-31 & Psalm 16:8-11)
Facts about the Psalms:
1. David penned at least 73 of 150 compiled in the Old Testament.
2. The Psalms are really songs, or poems set to music.
3. David's are basically him journaling under divine inspiration.
4. The Psalms cover the entire gamut of human emotions and experiences.
5. The Psalms are unique because they are basically people writing to God.
6. The Psalms cover important doctrinal issues found also in the N.T.
Preservation (Ps. 3:1-5)
Facts about the Psalms:
6. The Psalms cover important doctrinal issues found also in the N.T.
Preservation
Sanctification (Ps. 4:3)
Facts about the Psalms:
6. The Psalms cover important doctrinal issues found also in the N.T.
Preservation
Sanctification
Condemnation (Ps. 9:15-17, Rev. 20:11-15)
Facts about the Psalms:
6. The Psalms cover important doctrinal issues found also in the N.T.
Preservation
Sanctification
Condemnation
Creation (Ps. 8:2-4, 19:1-4, 24:1-2, 14:1)
Facts about the Psalms:
6. The Psalms cover important doctrinal issues found also in the N.T.
Preservation
Sanctification
Condemnation
Creation
Consecration (Ps. 19:14)
Facts about the Psalms:
6. The Psalms cover important doctrinal issues found also in the N.T.
Preservation
Sanctification
Condemnation
Creation
Consecration
Imputation (Ps. 32:1-2, Romans 4:1-8)
Facts about the Psalms:
6. The Psalms cover important doctrinal issues found also in the N.T.
Preservation
Sanctification
Condemnation
Creation
Consecration
Imputation
Crucifixion (Ps. 22:1 & Mark 15:34, Ps. 22:7-8 & Matt. 27:43, Ps. 22:18 & Matt. 27:35, Ps. 22:31 & John 19:30)
Facts about the Psalms:
1. David penned at least 73 of 150 compiled in the Old Testament.
2. The Psalms are really songs, or poems set to music.
3. David's are basically him journaling under divine inspiration.
4. The Psalms cover the entire gamut of human emotions and experiences.
5. The Psalms are unique because they are basically people writing to God.
6. The Psalms cover important doctrinal issues found also in the N.T.
7. The Psalms place an emphasis on singing and praising God.
What is there to sing about?
• His Righteousness (Ps. 7:17)
What is there to sing about?
• His Righteousness
• His Deeds (Ps. 9:11)
What is there to sing about?
• His Righteousness
• His Deeds
• His Goodness (Ps. 13:6)
What is there to sing about?
• His Righteousness
• His Deeds
• His Goodness
• His Protection (Ps. 27:6)
What is there to sing about?
• His Righteousness
• His Deeds
• His Goodness
• His Protection
• His Name (Ps. 30:4)
What is there to sing about?
• His Righteousness
• His Deeds
• His Goodness
• His Protection
• His Name
• His Forgiveness (Ps. 51:14-15)
What is there to sing about?
• His Righteousness
• His Deeds
• His Goodness
• His Protection
• His Name
• His Forgiveness
• His Mercy (Ps. 59:16-17)
What is there to sing about?
• His Righteousness
• His Deeds
• His Goodness
• His Protection
• His Name
• His Forgiveness
• His Mercy
• His Position (Ps. 68:32-35)
Take away for us:
Singing is a spiritualresponse to God's overwhelming goodness to us!

Next week:
"David, the Warrior"

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