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The purpose of Psalm 37 is to exhort and encourage
God's faithful servants concerning the prosperity of
the wicked, which certainly appears at first to be an
unfair and unrighteous reality of this life. Indeed,
it can be a great frustration unto the hearts of the
faithful to see ‚Äúthe wicked in great power, and
spreading himself like a green bay tree.‚ÄĚ (Psalm
37:35) In fact, if we dwell on this frustration, it
can easily and quickly turn us back from our walk
with the Lord and lead us down into the pit of sinful
iniquity. (See Psalm 73:2-3) So then, how does Psalm
37 exhort us and encourage us concerning this matter?
Over all, the psalm presents a prohibition
concerning our attitude at the prosperity of the
wicked, a proclamation concerning the judgment of the
Lord against the wicked, precept concerning our walk
with the Lord, promise concerning the favor of the
Lord upon the righteous, the practice of the wicked
and of the righteous, and the principle concerning
righteousness as the better way. In this message,
let us focus our attention upon the precepts
concerning our walk with the Lord.
1. Depend Wholly on the Lord. (vs. 3, 5)
2. Do the Good Will of the Lord. (v. 3)
3. Delight Thyself in the Lord. (v. 4)
4. Commit Thy Way to the Lord. (vs. 5-6)
5. Rest Contentedly in the Lord. (vs. 7-8)
6. Wait Patiently for the Lord. (vs. 7-8)
7. Depart Diligently from All Evil. (v. 27)
8. Wait Expectantly on the Lord. (v. 34)
9. Remain Faithful to the Lord. (v. 34)
Pastor Scott Markle was raised in a Christian home, and received the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior at the age of four. He has served the Lord his God and Savior in pastoral ministry since 1992. He has served as the pastor of Melvin Baptist Church, a small country church in the Thumb area of...