Questions David Asked in the Psalms – Segment 2

Someone once said if you want to improve your relationship with people, read Proverbs. If you want to grow your relationship with the Lord, read Psalms. Over these three weeks, we are looking at the questions David asked in the book of Psalms. King David spoke (sang) from his heart, freely expressing his emotions. Throughout the book of Psalms, he asked fifty-one questions. Enjoy this exploration into the heart of David as his questions lead us into the heart of God.

In your notebook or journal, record each questions, to whom it was asked, and the purpose of each question. Then consider what difference each question made to David.

Questions David Asked – Psalms 30-59

What gain is there in my destruction, in my going down into the pit? Ps. 30:9

Will the dust praise you? Ps. 30:9

Will it proclaim your faithfulness? Ps. 30:9

Who is like you, o Lord? Ps. 35:10

O Lord, how long will you look on? Ps.35:17

But now, Lord, what do I look for? Ps. 39:7

Why do you boast of evil, you might man?” Ps. 52:1

Why do you boast all day long, you who are a disgrace in the eyes of God? Ps. 52:1

Will the evildoers never learn – those who devour my people as men eat bread and who

do not call on God? Ps. 53:4

What can mortal man do to me? Ps. 56:4

Are they not in your record? Ps. 56:8

What can mortal man do to me? Ps. 56:11

Do you rulers indeed speak unjustly? Ps. 58:1

Do you judge uprightly among men? Ps. 58:1