Old Testament

Psalms: The Worship of an Honest Heart

A thousand may fall at your side, ten thousand at your right hand, but it will not come near you. You will only observe with your eyes and see the punishment of the wicked. If you make the Most High your dwelling -- even the LORD, who is my refuge -- then no harm will befall you, no disaster will come near your tent. (Psalm 91:7-10)

The psalms are designed to teach us to do one thing — to worship. These psalms reflect every human emotion, but they do so in an important way: they are emotions seen in relationship to God. This book, therefore, teaches us how to be honest before God.

Obtaining God's Help
The Pressure Of Problems Psalm 77:1-10
The Unthinkable Thought Psalm 77:11-12
The Cure For Doubt Psalm 77:11-15
The Greatness of God Psalm 77:14-15
Out of the Depths Psalm 77:16-20
Folksongs of Faith
A Song of Foundations Psalm 1
A Song of Confidence Psalm 42-43
A Song of Confession Psalm 73
A Song of Realities Psalm 90
A Song of Restoration Psalm 107
Who am I, Lord? Psalm 139
How to Worship Psalm 95
Here Comes the Judge Psalm 50
How to Handle a Bad Conscience Psalm 51
Man and God Psalm 8
The Living God Psalm 84
When You are Falsely Accused Psalm 109
The King in His Beauty Psalm 45
Lo, I Come Psalm 40
Best Wishes for the New Year Psalm 20
The Shepherd Psalm Psalm 23
Opening the Books Psalm 19
The Suffering Savior Psalm 22