Study Guide – Psalm 31:1-5


you, Lord, I have taken refuge;

me never be put to shame;

me in your righteousness.

Turn your ear to

quickly to my rescue;

be my rock of refuge,

strong fortress to save me.

Since you are my
rock and my fortress,

the sake of your name lead and guide me.

Keep me free from
the trap that is set for me,

you are my refuge.

Into your hands I
commit my spirit;

me, Lord, my faithful God.NIV


verses 1-5, what other words does the writer of this psalm use to describe how
God is his “refuge”?


this psalm consider “refuge” to be a place or an action?


to find all of the requests that the writer of this psalm presents to God. From
this list, describe the kind of situation the writer finds himself.


“trap” could be set for you today?


::::: Digging Deeper :::::

do you think Jesus quoted the first half of verse 5 just before he died on the
cross (Luke 23:46)?


::::: Equipping Challenge :::::

you face the next 24 hours of your life, what did you learn from these first
five verses that will help you?

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