Psalm 73 Commentary of the Bible

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    A Song of Confession  ( Psalm 73 )  Sunday Message

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    When you first became a Christian were you troubled by a feeling which many have that to become a child of God ought to make life easier for you because you were the object of a heavenly Father's love and care, but instead you found things became worse? You finally found yourself frustrated and depressed, especially when, by contrast, you saw that the ungodly around you were often enjoying life to the full. There are many Christians who struggle with such a problem. It is this very problem that is brought before us in Psalm 73.

    When Feet Slip  ( Psalm 73:1-14 )  Daily Devotion

    But as for me, my feet had almost slipped; I had nearly lost my foothold. For I envied the arrogant when I saw the prosperity of the wicked. (Psalm 73:2-3)

    The View From The Sanctuary  ( Psalm 73:15-28 )  Daily Devotion

    ...till I entered the sanctuary of God; then I understood their final destiny. (Psalm 73:17)