Week 19



Reading

Day 1: Psalm 12-17, Psalm 19-21

Day 2: Psalm 22-26

Day 3: Psalm 27-32

Day 4: Psalm 35-38

Day 5: Psalm 39-41, Psalm 53, Psalm 55, Psalm 58

Day 6: Psalm 61-62, Psalm 64-67

Day 7: Psalm 68-70, Psalm 86, Psalm 101



Preview



Hard Questions

  1. Why so many Psalms at this point in the reading?
  2. (Psalm 13) Can we talk to God like this? Tim Keller has the idea that the ancients were actually way more aware of and in touch with their emotions than we are.
  3. Dealing with Bible genres—what do we take “literally”?
  4. Watching in the Psalms for shadows of Christ—Psalm 2, 16, 69, etc.



Review



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