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This is a journey through the Book of Psalms. In each episode, we will look at a different Psalm and discuss its background, meaning, and application. Find encouragement and comfort in God’s Word as we study the life of David and his relationship with the Lord.

Through the Psalms Wesley Provine

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.7 • 3 Ratings

This is a journey through the Book of Psalms. In each episode, we will look at a different Psalm and discuss its background, meaning, and application. Find encouragement and comfort in God’s Word as we study the life of David and his relationship with the Lord.

    Psalm 49

    Psalm 49

    This wisdom psalm by the sons of Korah is written to all inhabitants of the world and has as its main message a warning against trusting in riches. It contains a messianic prophecy in verse 15. This psalm also contrasts the destiny of the righteous who trust in God with that of the wicked who trust in their wealth.

    • 37 min
    Psalm 48

    Psalm 48

    This psalm is a Song of Zion. Jerusalem, or Mount Zion, figures prominently in this psalm. The city of God is called the joy of the whole earth, and God is shown to be her protector. The people of God meditate on God’s loving-kindness in the temple. The ships of Tarshish are also mentioned.

    • 24 min
    Psalm 47

    Psalm 47

    One of the six enthronement psalms of the divine kingdom, this psalm celebrates Christ’s rule over all the earth and His ascension to His throne. It commands us to sing praises to the exalted King.

    • 23 min
    Psalm 46

    Psalm 46

    This is a well-known psalm which describes God as our refuge and help. Martin Luther wrote the famous hymn, A Mighty Fortress is Our God, based upon the first verse of this psalm. Psalm 46 is a Song of Zion, as it mentions the city of God.

    • 28 min
    Psalm 45

    Psalm 45

    This is a Royal Psalm that is both historical and messianic in nature. The occasion is the King’s wedding—possibly between King Solomon and an Egyptian princess. However, there is messianic language used in verses 6 and 7 with references to Christ, as quoted in Hebrews 1:8-9. Thus, this psalm points to the wedding between Christ and the Church and His future reign which will last forever.

    • 22 min
    Pray for the Supreme Court

    Pray for the Supreme Court

    There was a leak of Justice Samuel Alito’s decision in the Dobbs case that could potentially overturn Roe v Wade. Pray for the conservative justices to stand strong, and pray that life would be honored in our nation once again.

    • 3 min

Customer Reviews

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3 Ratings

BillMerrell ,

Solid; Outstanding

I listened to Psalm 3 with care. I was very impressed with the presentation. The unstated presupposition is clearly that the Psalms are meant to be understood; then they can and should be applied! It seems to me that answering the question, "what does this mean to me?," without answering the question "what does this passage mean in context?, is fundamentally wrong-headed. The Bible is not an empty vessel that will hold whatever we bring to it. That is destructive of any coherent meaning. The Bible doesn’t mean just anything; it means something in particular! I look forward to this series!

Evergreen Lake ,

Psalm 25

I listened to Psalm 25 and I found it very helpful theologically and encouraging. Thank you!