Discussion Questions – Week 11
Psalm 139: Do you regularly pray for God to search you, know you, try your thoughts, and see if there are any grievous ways in you (verses 23-24)? If so, how has that helped you? If not, why not?
Psalm 140: Even though many of us have not been in a situation like David’s, having evil men plotting against our lives, how can this psalm still speak to us?
Psalm 141: Have you ever had a brother or sister in Christ gently rebuke you in a way that you knew it was a kindness (verse 5)?
Psalm 142, verse 2: When you have complaints, who is the first person you generally run to? Your spouse? A friend? A co-worker? A parent? What happens when we run to people with our complaints first instead of God?
Psalm 143: Be honest, what do you thirst for? Money? Success? Power? A bigger house? More possessions? Popularity? Jesus Christ?
Psalm 144: Verses 12-14 offer blessings for things such as full granaries and prosperous sheep and cattle. Today, let’s write some modern-day blessings starting with “May our…”
Psalm 145: What can we do, as individuals and a small group, to commend God’s works and share His mighty acts with the next generation (verse 4)?
Psalm 146: Do you find it difficult to trust fully in the Lord? If so, why? If not, what made your trust in the Lord strong?
Psalm 147: Today, let’s offer up prayers for the brokenhearted in our community. I’ll start…
Psalm 148: How have you personally witnessed God’s creation praise Him?
Psalm 149: Praising God is a theme repeated many times in the psalms. Why is offering praise to God so important?
Psalm 150: How do you typically praise the Lord?
Overall: What have you learned reading through the psalms this summer? How has reading through the psalms changed you?