Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Wisdom and Instruction
(a) Joy of salvation; (b) peace of salvation; or (c) assurance of salvation.
(a) Joy of salvation (Psalm 51) was written as a confession of David's sin with Bathsheba. In it we discover how devastating sin is to the physical body.
2. Question: According to Psalm 53, how many are there who do good?
None (Psalm 53: 1,3 ) Paul uses this verse in Romans 3:12 to show that all are guilty before God. No one can stand in his or her own works.
3. Fill in the blank: The psalmist expresses the godly attitude toward life in Psalm 56, when he states, "In God I have put my trust; I will not be afraid. What can ---do to me?
"Man" (Psalm 56:11 ).