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Lamentations

Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk   THE LAMENTATIONS OF THE PROPHET JEREMIAH   1 2 3 …   O U T L I N E – Jerusalem desolated because of Judah’s Sin Lamentations 1 – Jerusalem desolated by Jehovah’s own hand Lamentations 2 – The Spirit of Christ within the Remnant Cries out in Anguish Lamentations 3 – Jerusalem viewed […]

Psalm 9

Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk   Psalm 9 The Joy of the Faithful in Jehovah, Their Deliverer   Psalm 9. Psalm 9 and 10 form one complete work. Together they are an acrostic poem, with the first word in each verse beginning with a letter of the Hebrew alphabet. Psalm 9 covers the first half, and Psalm 10 the […]

Psalm 10

Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk   Psalm 10 Calling for Jehovah to Judge the Enemy   Psalm 10. Psalm 10 completes the acrostic poem that began with Psalm 9. The inscription of Psalm 9 indicated it as a Psalm of David, and therefore we know Psalm 10 is attributed to David as well. There is a difference in that […]

Psalm 25

Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk   Psalm 25 A Prayer of the Faithful Expressing Dependence and Confidence in Jehovah   Psalm 25 – 34. These Psalms form a series that begin and end with acrostic Psalms! Both Psalm 25 and Psalm 34 have 22 verses each, and each verse beginning with a different letter of the Hebrew alphabet in […]

Psalm 34

Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk   Psalm 34 Redeemed Israel Celebrates the Deliverance of Christ   Psalm 34. This is a Psalm of David, and the inspired heading of Psalm tells us it was composed “when he changed his behaviour before Abimelech, who drove him away, and he departed” (1 Sam. 21:13). It was a very dark time in David’s […]

Psalm 37

Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk   Psalm 37 The Path of the Wicked and of the Righteous   Psalm 37. This is a Psalm of David, and it presents the comfort to the faithful that the government of God is, in considering the contrasting paths of the wicked and the righteous. If the saints did not apprehend the government […]