Psalms
Theolotweet Academy Logo

Discipletweets: Psalms

Psalm 1
Psalm 2
Psalm 3
Psalm 4
Psalm 5
Psalm 6
Psalm 7
Psalm 8
Psalm 9
Psalm 10
Psalm 11
Psalm 12
Psalm 13
Psalm 14
Psalm 15
Psalm 16
Psalm 17
Psalm18
Psalm 19
Psalm 20
Psalm 21
Psalm 22
Psalm 23
Psalm 24
Psalm 25
Psalm 26
Psalm 27
Psalm 28
Psalm 29
Psalm 30
Psalm 31
Psalm 32
Psalm 33
Psalm 34
Psalm 35
Psalm 36
Psalm 37
Psalm 38
Psalm 39
Psalm 40
Psalm 41
Psalm 42
Psalm 43
Psalm 44
Psalm 45
Psalm 46
Psalm 47
Psalm 48
Psalm 49
Psalm 50
Psalm 51
Psalm 52 - Where do we take our guidance and place our trust; in self or God?
Psalm 53 - God despises our rejection but always seeks for our return.
Psalm 54 - When people rise against us, we are to find vindication in turning to God.
Psalm 55 - When we feel betrayed by our friends we can experience rest when we bring our complaint to God.
Psalm 56 - Trust in God and don’t be afraid. What can mortals do to us?
Psalm 57 - When faced with trouble we can take refuge in God and praise.
Psalm 58 - Are we guided by justice and equity or do our lives create injustice? What impact does this have on how others feel toward us?
Psalm 59 - God is our fortress and refuge in times of distress.
Psalm 60 - When we feel rejected by God, it is time to cry out for restoration.
Psalm 61 - No matter how far away we might feel, we can always cry out to God.
Psalm 62 - With God as our fortress, we cannot be shaken.
Psalm 63 - Our souls can be satisfied in the presence of God.
Psalm 64 - It is God’s role and not ours to judge others.
Psalm 65 - The whole of creation cries out in praise of God.
Ps.66 - Praise God as we remember and look forward -  how awesome are your deeds!
Psalm 67 - God’s blessing to us is intended to be a blessing to all.
Psalm 68 - Praise God who daily bears our burdens.
Psalm 69 - Whatever burdens we arrive with this morning, let us make the choice to praise God.
Psalm 70 - Do we view salvation as a whole life experience?
Psalm 71 - We are to bring our concerns to God, but with praise.
Psalm 72 - Pray for our leaders that we might be blessed through their wise service.
Psalm 73 - When we feel bitter towards others, all we can do is acknowledge our own failure and turn to God.
Psalm 74 - In times of national distress, call out to God and remember all the things God has done for us.
Psalm 75 - Ultimately, exaltation and judgement both come from God.
Psalm 76 - God will rise up in judgement to save the oppressed.
Psalm 77 - During times of trouble recall God’s past blessings.
Psalm 78 - How do we respond to God’s past goodness to us?
Psalm 79 - Do we take time to remind God of our circumstances?
Psalm 80
Psalm 81

Theolotweet Academy Recommends


If you are looking to discover more about the book of Psalms, we would suggest the following commentaries. Just click on the images below to find out more about each commentary and to purchase. By purchasing through the link, you'll be making a financial contribution to our work.

(c) Copyright 2018-19  All Rights Reserved

Theolotweet Academy is proudly supported by: