God’s goodness is unfathomable. David tries to explain it in Psalm 36 with really big metaphors as a witness to the awe he feels when considering God. Similarly, Jordan Feliz’ song “Witness” calls us to testify to the virtues of our Father in heaven as well.
Let’s use the song to inspire us to read the Psalm and see what we learn, shall we?
On this week’s episode I discuss:
- Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture – this week’s Bible Interaction Tool Exercises include:
- Complete a word study
- Consider the opposite
- Consult an outside resource
- Listen to the audio version
- Make a list
- Refer to an outline
- Tips on reading the Psalms
- Using the outside resources of “How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth” and “How to Read the Bible Book by Book” both by Gordon Fee and Douglas Stuart
- How Yahweh is the center of everything and our lives are to be predicated on our covenant relationship with Him
- Seek God’s face before you seek His hand
- Read the Psalms the way they were written…as songs…musical poetry
- Contemporary Christian music CANNOT be the only truth you absorb…you must read the Bible for yourself
- The divisions in Psalm 36
- The qualities of the wicked in Psalm 36:1-4
- The qualities of our God in Psalm 36:5-9
- The direct benefits of serving our amazing God – Psalm 36:7-9
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If you have never heard this song before, you can watch the music video on YouTube below.