Memorize & Meditate: Psalm 145

What a powerful way to start off the year by praising God! Take a moment to read through all of Psalm 145 and then dare to go deeper with the study questions below. Remember you can download and print out the passage and these study questions so that you can mark it all up and take notes.

M&M-January

Repeating words/phrases:

Your

The LORD is

All

I will

List all of “Your” or “His” phrases. What do you learn from this list?

 

 

Given this list, who is this about?

 

 

The Psalmist lists some actions he is going to take. They begin with “I will”.
List them.

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4.

5.

 

List the actions that both “men” and the next generation will do.

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3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

 

Three times in this passage, verses 8-9, and 17-18, the Psalmist write, “The Lord is…” List the characteristics . (There are 4 in verse 8 alone.)

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What does the Lord do for all who fall down in verse 14?

 

What does the Lord do for those who love Him, verse 20? What does this verse say He will do to the wicked?

 

Verse 21 concludes by reiterating a commitment to praise the Lord. Who else will praise the Lord? How does Philippians 2.9-11 relate?

 

Which one of the following causes you to praise the Lord?

His name

His greatness

His works

His mighty acts

His majesty

His goodness

His righteousness

His mercy

His kingdom

His power

His dominion

His hand

His ways

His deeds

 

 

Take some time to praise Him now!

Rachael Carman

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Rachael Carman
I had it going on—or so I thought. After surviving sixty-three months of pregnancy, countless sleepless nights, and 35,000+ diapers, this one-time control freak encountered God’s grace. And I’m here to encourage you to do the same! I love encouraging and inspiring moms to grow deeper in their walk and relationship with our Heavenly Father.

I’ve been married to my beloved, Davis, since 1986; our life has been a roller-coaster ride, with God at the controls. We have seven kids and let me tell you our family loves to laugh! I enjoy playing in the dirt, eating dark chocolate, and walking on the beach. I’m an author and speaker and I am passionate about helping moms not only survive motherhood, but draw near to the Father and thrive in motherhood.

I’m so glad you’re here.
Posted on: February 1, 2017, by : Rachael Carman