Psalms Chapter 88 Discussion

  • Margaret on Psalms 88
    No question at the end of the Psalm today. Miss them I am learning from those question. Will they be put back on this Page? Thanks,
  • Steven Spencer - in Reply on Psalms 88
    Hi Margaret, scroll to the bottom of the page and search page 2, or 3 ... you may find them. thanks
  • Pat on Psalms 88
    What a powerful chapter! Touched my heart and brought tears to my eyes.
  • Roy on Psalms 88
    I was baptized when I was 45, he in many ways describes my life before I was pulled from the pit by our Lord. Of course I did not know that at the time, but I was very aware that there was something very wrong was me. I came to understand that it was the sin I was living and the pain of being far from Christ. Now I pray that I will trust Him completely with all my being. Prayer without ceasing.
  • Jenny coston on Psalms 88
    i think this is a good chapter .
  • A smith on Psalms 88
    What scripture in the Bible advising us not to visit the grave
  • Leigh on Psalms 88
    I find that it helps to click the Discussion link above and read the Commentary by Matthew Henry. For Psalms 88 he points us to the savior's abandonment and suffering for us.
  • Rayshersd on Psalms 88
    Dont live that and if you do something wrong god to forgive you but you have to mean it sincerely from the heart and go to church after this youll see a change
  • Elsie on Psalms 88
    I am living this at this moment. God knows my heart and therefore I will praise my way through my situation.
  • Brenda Harcleroad on Psalms 88
    My Mother went through a long painful illness.
    One day I said,"Mother, I feel like God has forgotten us." Mother said,"I claim God as my Father, Jesus as my Savior ,
  • Ben on Psalms 88
    I don't see the redemption here. My mother showed me this about a month before she died of cancer. She said, "this is how I feel." A profoundly religious person who knew she would soon be taken from her young kids, she felt the despair in this Psalm, and I sat down on the stairs and cried. I think it is an honest account of feeling abandoned with no answer
  • Felicia on Psalms 88
    Thank God that when we are in the valley of the shadow of death, God is still there, even if we might think He has forgotten us. But praise be to God that when He brings us through, we are refined like pure gold. This end result motivate us to endure really tough times in our walk with the Lord. Thank you Lord Jesus, that indeed it's the living that praise you and not the dead. Hallelujah!
  • Annie on Psalms 88
    On days like these when the body is tired, it is good to know God has an understanding heart. He is not like man heartless and uncaring to human condition. He is compassionate and understanding of needs and circumstances. God does not focus on bitterness and hate but meet us where we are at on our bad days.The reason man finds peace in God is his lack of egocentricity and he is void of darkness.
  • Benjamin on Psalms 88
    Continue in prayers even in hours of despair. Thank you Lord for strengthening me by your word even this evening.
  • Enitan BABABUNMI on Psalms 88:2
    I believe God will answer my prayer.
  • Sharon on Psalms 88
    I have read the Bible three times all the way through in my life time and I 'm starting on my fourth. I know that I have read Psalms 88 but I do not remember how it depicts the sadness, pain, loneliness and the place in which a person dwells even in life on earth. I have been in a dark place but not like this one. I know first hand that it is hard to see the light when your mind and what you feel in your heart is so devestating. Praise God I made it through. God help us all!
  • Calina on Psalms 88
    I am amazed of this chapter! It has spoken to my daughter 's heart especially verse 15. It says I am afflicted and ready to die from my youth up while I suffer thy terrors I am distracted. We are in a storm right now, and my daughter is always scared of dieing in her youth, but praise God we found this verse. God is Almighty in His ways of comforting.
  • Darak on Psalms 88
    I have lived this and of late got my heart's desire of moving back to my promised land and then God gave me Ps. 88 again.
    Most Christians do not know this scripture. I do, but wonder why a few have to walk this walk, when they are only trying to please God.
  • Cynthia on Psalms 88:13
    i need a powerful prayer that will consume the wicked
  • Timothy Wayne George on Psalms 88:1
    Yahweh, the God of my salvation, I have cried day, and night before you. We must be persistent in our prayer. There are times when it seems like God is silent, but if we ask, seek, and knock the doors will be opened unto us. Just as Daniel prayed three times a day, and Yahweh God delivered him from the den of lions. We too will be delivered when we cry out to God for salvation morning, noon, and evening. As Jesus prayed thy Kingdom come, thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven will come in the fulness of time. As we seek righteousness, justice, and mercy we bring the kingdom of God to earth. So do not despair, but look to Jehovah for He alone can save us.
  • Ebony on Psalms 88
    Psalms 88 has got me a long way. Now I know and believe in God. He has plans for me and that he loves me. My faith gets stronger day by day, knowing that God walks with me through the storms in life.
  • Crys on Psalms 88
    Mildred I'll put you in my prayers. We never know what God has in mind for us. Please hang in there and pray. We never know what is around the next corner. God does answer our prayers in HIS time. In your prayers picture HIS arms around you and feel strength and comfort surround you.

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