Where to Find Comfort and Encouragement in the Psalms

November 20, 2018

Bible Verses of Comfort and Encouragement in the Psalms

There are many words of comfort and encouragement in the Psalms. Here is your guide to a few chapters that will build you up and remind you of God’s faithfulness.

When you feel abandoned: Psalm 10.

When your world seems to be falling apart: Psalm 46.

When you are afraid: Psalm 23; 91.

When you feel guilty: Psalm 51.

When your family gets on your nerves: Psalm 127; 128.

When you are facing a daunting challenge: Psalm 27.

When you are discouraged by the apparent prosperity of the wicked: Psalm 37; 73.

When you do not feel very thankful: Psalm 107.

When you feel as if God has forgotten you: Psalm 139.

When you are tempted to lose faith in God: Psalm 62.

When you have lost your eternal perspective: Psalm 90.

When you feel like you are barely hanging on: Psalm 86.

When you are wondering what God expects: Psalm 15.

When you want to know God better: Psalm 42; 63.

When you need to be reminded of the goodness of God: Psalm 103.

When you need to recommit yourself to serving God: Psalm 116.

When you need wisdom: Psalm 119.

When you need a reminder of God’s mercy: Psalm 136.

When you feel like celebrating: Psalm 95 –100.

This commentary is from the NKJV Study Bible. With more than 2 million copies sold, it’s no secret that the NKJV Study Bible is a reliable guide for your journey into God’s Word. This Bible provides a complete resource for study, including thousands of notes, articles, extensive cross-references, and features contributed by top evangelical scholars.


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