Psalm 48 is a celebration of the blessings of belonging to the Lord. The church shares in the fortunes of God’s power and protection because he is their king who reign is established forever. For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
Psalm 147 teaches us why it is right to praise God through its celebration of the kind and gracious providences of a good and powerful God not simply over his creation, but for the good his chosen people. For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
Psalm 89 is a powerful song of praise and lament, but one that ultimately leads us to hope. It points us to the reality of God’s love and faithfulness proven in the death and resurrection of Jesus, which serve as the basis of our hope in distress. For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
Psalm 38 is a song of lament over the painful realities of sin. How can we learn to navigate the effects of sin and return to the kindnesses of God with hearts restored? In Christ, who takes upon him self the deadly consequences of our sin, we are made righteous and restored to God. For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
Psalm 78 reminds us that God is still good even when we are not, but it also warns of the perils of forgetting God’s past faithfulness and presuming upon his continued kindness. Here’s how we can avoid these dangers.
Psalm 72 tells us not only what God’s anointed king must look like and do, but what kind of kingdom his rule will establish and the unique blessing it will be for his people to dwell under such a leader. Ultimately, under the kingship of Christ, God’s people enjoy prosperity, fulfillment, and blessing. For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.