Questions for Reflection – Psalm 103-106

God’s Word is a valued treasure in our life and reading in the Psalms has helped me understand even more about its tremendous value. In my reading of Psalm 100-102, I’ve reflected and come to the conclusion that the best way to go is to be thankful, have a positive attitude, give your best effort, and to be disciplined. A thankful group of people ultimately leads to a winning company, organization, or team. The everyday challenges we face can be difficult. Like the sails to a boat, integrity can harness the power yet at the same time push us where we need to go. We can be having a bad day and think there is no hope but one thought about our hope in Jesus switches our outlook in a split second from one of despair to one that leads to new discoveries, new joy, and new hope.

Over the next few posts, I will be sharing my study and reflecting upon Psalm 103-105. The reading plan and questions below will be used as a guide.

Psalm 103
Passage Lookup
For what personal reasons does David bless God? How has God dealt with our sin? Why? How will you join the call for universal praise?

Psalm 104
Passage Lookup
How does God provide through nature for the daily needs of animals and people? Attempt to grasp the greatness of God manifest in nature and in life. How do you respond?

Psalm 105
Passage Lookup
What is the situation for the psalmist’s call for thanksgiving and rejoicing? What is God’s covenant and promise to his chosen people? How does God provide when people ask?

Psalm 106
Passage Lookup
What have been the consequences of Israel’s disobedience? For what reason does God save Israel? What Christ like character quality can I develop by defeating the most common temptation I face?

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

You all keep me accountable to Bible Study. This Blog is a blessing to me and I want to thank all of you that read, like, and respond to my posts with very interesting thoughts. The mission for this blog is to take what God gives us in His Word and point out its lessons.

An interest I’ve had for some time now is on ideas or strategies that might help build up families and neighborhoods. Someday, I hope to put these together in a book and call it “Neighbors United”. Another interest I have is in searching for ways to build up the economy. If I were to write a book about this, I would title it “Step Ahead”. I recently set up a facebook page that includes all three interests into one place. The page is called “This Day with God – Neighbors United – Step Ahead”. You might have similar interest and can connect at this Link.

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7 Responses to Questions for Reflection – Psalm 103-106

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  5. Too many people are much too busy and do not want to find time to read the Bible. As excuse they always say they have no time. Though as they have to eat and drink the worldly food we also need the spiritual food. Pinching some time from watching television, shopping or other escapisms from the workload they could find energy giving time in reading the Scriptures.


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