Psalms 1-25 Study Guide | Hope
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The Psalms are eternal and experiential. They vibrate with the very heart strings of the human soul. They take you up to the highest heights and down to the deepest depths of life’s experiences. In the Psalms you see life from both sides; from the song of the soul set free, to the sigh of the saint in the deepest of despair. But here is one of the many beauties of the Psalms, they never leave you where they find you. They give you hope in the valley of despair, divine promise to hold on to when all other promises have failed you. Even when tragedy is swaying all around you they remind you that the best is yet to be. Why they are the most read of all sixty-six books of the Bible? Because hope springs eternal in the human breast.
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fiery gem. The lesser facets only add to its brilliance, Such are the Psalms; the main facet is Hope. All the other truths in the Psalm only help make this main truth shine a little bit brighter. Diamonds are not forever, but the prophecies and promises of the Psalms are forever. While the Psalms do not always answer the most asked question in life, Why! They do tell us why we must never lose hope.
We cannot live meaningful lives without hope. Many people die in their spirit long before they die in their body. And the reason is because they lose Hope. That is why in the Psalms hope is the bedrock beneath our feet. Like a hope diamond it stand between the two virtues of Christianity, faith ~Hope ~love. Hope gives you rest like Jesus had on a restless sea. Hope gives you courage like Daniel had while walking into a lion’s den. Hope gives you endurance to soldier on like the psalmist David when betrayed by family and friends.
Hope is the calm assurance that the promises of God control every facet of our lives. An optimistic state of mind is a wonderful thing. But even the stoutest heart has a breaking point. Leaning heavily upon the promises of God as found in the Psalms has healed more millions than all the psychiatrists, pills and practitioners put together. And so they continue healing and restoring broken hearts to this day. When all human hope is gone believers turn to the Psalms and find that underneath are his everlasting arms. Even in the most ominous circumstances they were able to praise Him.
But where do we find true hope? Some secular scientists are hoping that we will find it by building a new world somewhere on a planet the regions of outer space. But such wishful thinking is as vain as looking for the Garden of Eden. In the early 19oo’s hope was dancing in the streets. There had been no major wars for almost one hundred years. But then came 1914, then 1929, then 1939, then 1945 leaving over 100 million people dead, killed like wild beats killing wild beasts.
We quickly learned that Hope cannot be bought like gold or weighed like silver. The only Hope that springs eternal is to be found in the eternal Promises of God. We have no other source. There is no other source. That is why we must read and re-read the psalms. Hope is the wellspring from which all one-hundred-and-fifty psalms flow. To tap into them is to drink the cool, clear, refreshing water of a coming new world. Take the spring of hope out of the Book of Psalms and you have but the speculations of men. Philosophers and politicians and prognosticators who led us astray in the past and who can still see no further than tomorrow or beyond the present fading horizon. The messages from these twenty-five Psalms are a treasure trove of promises, prophecies and pardon. They are pearls of truth drawn from the deepest seas of despair and disappointment and death’s dark valley. They are also jewels of truth rich and rare that have stood the test of time and proven in the fiery furnace human experience. They are truths as reliable as “the foundation stones of the New Jerusalem Truths that you can share with those who are “looking for the blessed hope and glorious appearing of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ,”
We are a people of Hope. We still have a song to sing. Let us sing it, shout it out from the highest mountain top: Our God Reigns!