Welcome to the Trusting God for a Better Tomorrow Study: A Study of Psalms 70-82! I am so glad you are here!

Before you get started, here are a few details to help you get the most out of this study.

  1. Watch the instructional video(s) below.
  2. Review all the suggestions and helpful information on this page.
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  4. Download and print the printable resources linked below.
Wendy Pope: Leading Women to Learn, Live, and Love God's Word

Materials Needs:

  • A Bible – I will be teaching from the NIV
  • A Notebook – spiral or 1/2 three ring binder


  • Message – Video Teaching.
    Read the Psalm aloud. Pray for understanding and application. Record your notes in your notebook or journal.
  • Truth – What truth is God currently teaching you? Record the truth in your notebook.
  • Word Study – We will study key words from our psalm. Record your response in your notebook or journal.
  • Thankful – Name something you are thankful for. Record your response in your notebook or journal.
  • Faith Stretching/Strengthening – Read the Psalm from another translation. (Biblegateway.com) Pray for understanding and application. Record your response in your notebook or journal.

Instructional Video:

Psalm 70-82 Study Lessons & Videos

TGFABT – Psalm 70

 Rejoice and Be Glad “But may all who seek You rejoice and be glad in you.” Psalm 70:4 Qualifiers Seek Baqash (baw-kash’) Search out – by any method, specifically in…
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TGFABT – Psalm 71

What Have I Become? “I have become like a portent to many, but you are my strong refuge.” Psalm 71:7 Is my hope in the things of this world or…
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TGFABT – Psalm 72

That’s My King “Endow the King…” Psalm 72:1 He: Judges with righteousness (V2) Defends the afflicted (V4) Saves the children of the needy (V4) Endures as long as the sun…
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TGFABT – Psalm 73

It is Good to be Near God “When I tried to understand all this it was oppressive to me.” Psalm 73:16 Overcoming the Oppression of Envy, Grief, and Bitterness: Go…
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TGFABT – Psalm 74

Rewind Until You Get Relief “But you, God, are my king from old.” Psalm 74:12 When God is silent and you are in deep anguish get your questions out then…
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TGFABT – Psalm 75

It’s All in the Name …for Your Name is near… Psalm 75:1b Shem (Shame) It means an expression of the essential nature of the name bearer reputation, fame, glory the Name…
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TGFABT – Psalm 76

God’s Divine Work “You alone are to be feared. Who can stand before you when you are angry?” Psalm 76:7 God divinely allows or causes things to happen. His will…
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TGFABT – Psalm 77

From Plight to Praise “When I was in distress, I sought the Lord, at night. I stretched out my untiring hands and my soul refused to be comforted.” Psalm 77:2…
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TGFABT – Psalm 78

We Must Tell “We will not hide them from their children; we will tell the next generation the praiseworthy deed of the LORD, His power, and the wonders He had…
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TGFABT – Psalm 79

Gratefully Responding to Graceful Warnings “…may your mercy come quickly to meet us, for we are in desperate need.” Psalm 79:8 Through His grace He warns us: Scripture we read….
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TGFABT – Psalm 80

Little R & R “Restore us, Oh God; make Your face shine upon us.” Psalm 80: 3,7,19 Revival restoration to life, consciousness, vigor, strength, etc. restoration to use, acceptance an awakening in a church or community Restore Return- shub (shoob) Turn back We can’t…
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TGFABT – Psalm 81

A Holiday Hymn “Begin the music, strike the tambourine, play the melodious harp and lyre.” Psalm 81:2 “Take a psalm, and bring hither the timbrel, the pleasant harp with the psaltery.” KJV I will praise the name…
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TGFABT – Psalm 82

For Leaders and About Leaders God presides in the great assembly; He renders judgment among the “gods.” Psalm 82:1 Our application A warning to those who lead, don’t take leadership to…
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