Psalm 56:3 – “When I am afraid, I put my trust in You.”
Can you finish this verse? “When I am ________, I put my trust in You.”
Which version of the Bible is this verse from? “When I am afraid, I put my trust in You.”
This is written in the English Standard Version (ESV). Check out these other versions! King James Version (KJV): What time I am afraid, I will trust in thee. Amplified Version (AMP): When I am afraid, I will put my trust and faith in You. The Message (MSG): When I get really afraid, I come to you in trust. I’m proud to praise God; fearless now, I trust in God. What can mere mortals do?
Who wrote the book of Psalms?
About half of the Psalms are written by David. David spent his early years as a shepherd before fighting Goliath. He became one of Israel’s greatest warriors, poets and Kings, despite his major human flaws. The others are written by various authors, including Moses, Solomon, the sons of Korah and the family of Asaph.
How many Psalms are there?
True or False: Psalms are considered gospel books.
False! The gospels are books that are centered around Jesus and his ministry. The book of Psalms is part of the Writings canon. The chapters are full of sacred prayers and songs.
Who was David running from when he wrote this psalm?
The Psalm starts with, “A Miktam of David when the Philistines seized him in Gath.” Scholars aren’t certain what a Miktam is, other than something that connects this Psalm with others with the same title.
What does Psalm 56 say about our tears?
Psalm 56:8 says, “You have kept count of my tossings, put my tears in your bottle. Are they not in your book?”
Which book comes after Psalms?
Are the Psalms in the Old or New Testament?
They are part of the Old Testament.