Psalms Chapters 9 - 11: Bible Study for Atheists

Psalms Chapters 9 - 11: Bible Study for Atheists

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Psalm 9: Thanksgiving for God's Justice, starts out, "I will praise thee, O LORD, with my whole heart." This psalm indicates that the success of evil is only temporary, and in the end, the righteous will endure. It, along with Psalm 10, forms an acrostic poem that spells out the Hebrew alphabet.

Psalm 10: A Prayer for the Overthrow of the Wicked, starts out, "Why standest thou afar off, O LORD?" This psalm, a continuation of Psalm 9, is focused more on the individual than the collective human condition. Where Psalm 9 is more victorious, 10 is more of a lament.

Psalm 11: The Refuge of the Upright, starts out, "In the LORD put I my trust." This Psalm is the personal testimony of persecution and talks about how God "will rain fiery coals and burning sulfur" on the wicked.

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