|1. Multiple choice When God delivers the psalmist he says he will praise God in a specific place. Where? (a) In the temple; (b) in the midst of the congregation; or (c) on the housetop.|
2. In the familiar phrase of Psalm 24, the gates and doors should be lifted up and the King of glory shall come in. In verse 10, this King of glory is described as Lord of whom? (a) Lord of all; (b) Lord of Israel; or (c) Lord of hosts.
3. What Psalm is very specific in predicting the experience of Jesus on the cross? (a) Psalm 96; (b) Psalm 22; or (c) Psalm 2.
|1. (b) In the midst of the congregation (Ps. 22:22,25 ) Credit to God must not be given in secret but publicly. This was basic in Israel's thought about God.|
2. (c) Lord of hosts (Ps. 24:10 ). The "hosts" refers to the armies of heaven that fought for Israel in its battles.
3. (b) Psalm 22. The first line of the psalm was uttered by Christ on the cross, "My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me? (Mark 15:34 ).