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Lesson 13

Psalms 4, 5, & 6

READ: Psalms 4, 5, & 6

Ps. 4:1 Does the phrase, "Thou hast set me at large when I was in distress" remind you of anything from the 18th psalm?
Ps. 4:2 Who does David mean by the "sons of men"?
Ps. 4:3 Especially whom does David have in mind as having been set apart by God for Himself?
  Are we wrong to be confident of our right standing before God?
Ps. 4:4 What does David tell the sons of men to do?
Ps. 5:3 According to Leviticus 6:12, what was the priest to do "in order"? (see ASV, KJV, or NKJB)
  How often was the priest to do this?
  According to Psalm 5:3, what would David do with his prayer? (See the ASV, or NAS)
  David said he would do this when?
  How does Hebrews 13:15 fit into all this?
Ps. 5:9 Where is the last part of Psalm 5:9 quoted in the New Testament?
Ps. 5:7 Was David confident of his own standing before God?
Ps. 6 In what verse of the 6th psalm does David again speak of death as a place where there is no remembrance of God, and Sheol as a place where no one gives God thanks? (See Lesson 6, Ps. 30:7-9. Cf. Psalms 88:10-12, 115:17)
Ps. 6:1 The very first verse implies that David has done what?
Ps. 6:5 Are we to conclude that we still have a chance to repent and turn to God after death?
Ps. 6:6-7 What is meant by "every night I make my bed to swim"?
  Why had David cried?