Psalms 6-8: Psalms as Torah

Welcome to the series where we will be investigating each psalm in light of the Torah, honor and shame, justice & righteousness, and analyzing the genre of each psalm and its relationship to the surrounding psalms. I would challenge each of you to read the psalms which will be covered for yourself prior to watching the teaching and reflect upon how each functions as a form of worship to YHWH. Psalms 6 and 7 continue in the line of lament psalms which teach us how to pray to God in our times of need. Psalms 8 is the first praise psalm in the Psalms and serves to praise YHWH for creating the universe and especially for creating mankind!

O YHWH, do not rebuke me in Your anger, Nor chasten me in Your wrath. Be gracious to me, O YHWH, for I am pining away; Heal me, O YHWH, for my bones are dismayed. And my soul is greatly dismayed; But You, O YHWH—how long?

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  1. David on April 24, 2016 at 8:00 am

    Ryan Thanks so much for this teaching on the Psalms. It is just the type of insight I have needed to get regarding how powerfully real our need is to be genuine in authentic crying to Yah that he might remember the covenant with us. That reciprical expectaion can only be learned in doing. How great is our God. So timely in my life is this years teaching. Bless you and yours again. I am sharing your teachings with who ever will listen. Shalom David Macomber

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