Prosperity of the Wicked – Psalm 73

Read the Passage: Psalm 73 Prosperity (73:1–12) The superscript to Psalm 73 identifies the author as Asaph. Recall that Asaph wrote 12 of the Psalms (i.e., Pss. 50, 73–83), which […]

Confession and Forgiveness – Psalm 51

Read the Passage: Psalm 51 Plea for Forgiveness (51:1–4) As the superscript to this psalm notes, this passage is “a psalm of David when Nathan the prophet went to him, […]

Desiring God – Psalm 42

Read the Passage: Psalm 42 Yearning for God (42:1–4) The superscription to this psalm says that it was written by the sons of Korah. This group of men wrote eleven […]

The Joy of Forgiveness – Psalm 32

Read the Passage: Psalm 32 Sin and Guilt (32:1–4) Most scholars believe that Psalm 32 was written by David in the context of his sin with Bathsheba and consequent confrontation […]

The Good Shepherd – Psalm 23

Read the Passage: Psalm 23 Provision of the Lord (23:1–3) David is introduced into the biblical narrative when the Lord sent Samuel to anoint a new king to replace Saul […]

Revelation of God – Psalm 19

Read the Passage: Psalm 19 General Revelation (19:1–6) The Bible speaks of the concept of natural or general revelation as being manifest via three different means: the natural world (cf. […]

Psalms: Introduction – Psalm 1

Read the Passage: Psalm 1 Authorship and Date – While the ultimate author of the Book of Psalms is the Lord, humanly speaking, there are at least seven different named […]

False Teachers – Jude

Read the Passage: Jude Author and Date: The epistle of Jude is the fifth shortest book in the Bible, consisting of only 461 words and containing just 25 verses. The […]

Christian Hospitality – 3 John

Read the Passage: 3 John Author and Date: The epistle of 3 John is the shortest book in the Bible, consisting of only 14 verses and containing just 219 words. […]

Love and Truth – 2 John

Read the Passage: 2 John Author and Date: The book of 2 John is the second shortest book in the Bible, comprising only 13 verses and containing just 245 words. […]