Psalm 78 – 80 Questions for Reflection

The reading plan below can be used as a tool for daily Bible study at any place or any time. My hope is that the readings, questions, and the experiences you have throughout each day allow you an opportunity to truly experience a deeper relationship with God. “This Day with God” devotional is here to guide your thoughts and prayers. It’s here to open up the Scriptures with ideas that may help you apply them. It’s a tool to enhance communication about faith and have an effect on how we learn from each other. It’s about providing the type of freedoms people need in the busy world in which we live.

Psalm 78:42-72
Passage Lookup

How would this recounting stir the Israelites’ memory? What quality of God is most predominant in this hymn? Summarize the effectiveness of David’s reign.

Psalm 79
Passage Lookup

What has happened to the people of God?  Why will deliverance be an occasion for praise? To what extent do individuals and nations taunt God today?

Psalm 80
Passage Lookup

How has the nation of Israel been like a vine? How has God prepared and tended it? How is God’s intervention necessary for life? What is the purpose of the strength God gives you?


Resources and Supplementary Helps Used in Posts
First United Methodist Waco Podcast
Christ Notes
Adeney, Carol. This Morning with God. Downer Grove Illinois: InterVarsity Press, 1978

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