Psalm 37: 1). Those who wait for the Lord shall inherit the land (v. 9). 2). The meek shall inherit the land (v. 11). 3). Those blessed by the Lord shall inherit the land (v. 22). 4). The righteous shall inherit the land (v. 29).
I have been young, and now am old, yet I have not seen the righteous forsaken or his children begging for bread. – Psalm 37:25
Psalm 38- This psalm mainly talks about what David was going through because of sin and how he coped with it by constantly asking God to forgive him.
Psalm 38 addresses fact that there will be physical problems throughout our lives, such as being feeble or severely broken (v. 8). However, David still remembers that God will still hear us and answer to our cries. –
“O Lord, do not forsake me; be not far from me, O my God. Come quickly to help me O Lord my Savior.” ~ Psalm 38:21-22. God will never leave us nor forsake us. –
“Lord, do not forsake me; do not be far from me, my God. Come quickly to help me, my Lord and my Savior.”Psalm 38:21-22
These 2 verses mean that God will come to help us at anytime when we are facing trouble and he will always be with us and he will watch over us. –
Psalm 38 David talks about, how David was downtrodden by the knowledge that his physical problems were overshadowed by his headache over poor decisions. In verses 3 through 5 David begins to confess his his own foolish sins and acknowledges that din should be confessed and abandoned. Psalm 38 shows us that we shouldn’t let anyone sufferer sin and sickness alone. David’s predicament reminds us of the pain of everyone ever brought by their own action.
Psalm 38 -If we don’t remain in the Lord or if the Lord don’t remain in us the result is verse 1-17.
-Especially, in v3 David says, there is no soundness in my bones because of my sin.
-The only solution is what David says in V18, “I confess my sin; I am troubled by my sin.”.