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How To Praise God According to Psalm 108

March 10, 2021 Speaker: Scott Slaughter Series: The Book Of Psalms, Songs & Prayers to the King

Topic: Psalms, Prayer, God's Presence, Depression, Loneliness Scripture: Psalm 108:1–108:10

How should believers praise God? Does it matter? Actually, it does matter. Join Pastor Scott in this in-depth look at Psalm 108. Psalm 108 is unique in that it is composed of parts from two other psalms. The author of Psalm 108 was inspired by God to combine parts of Psalm 57:1-11 and Psalm 60:5-12. The purpose for this psalm seems to be for use in time of worship to place in the hearts and on the tongues of God’s people acceptable words of praise to God. In my study, I came across Matthew Henry’s excellent comments on Psalm 108. For our purposes tonight, I have extracted the essence of Henry’s thoughts and application on it.

I encourage you to read his complete commentary at your convenience which is most likely available for free on the web.

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Sorry, I could not find a free online edition of Matthew Henry's Commentary on the whole Bible.