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Do you want to know God more and understand his relationship to his creation, the nations of the world, Israel, and today's believers? Of course you do, and now you can by walking with Warren Wiersbe through Psalms 90-150. Like David and Moses and others who contributed to the Book of Psalms, you can come to know God as the tenderhearted Father, a God who keeps his promise Do you want to know God more and understand his relationship to his creation, the nations of the world, Israel, and today's believers? Of course you do, and now you can by walking with Warren Wiersbe through Psalms 90-150. Like David and Moses and others who contributed to the Book of Psalms, you can come to know God as the tenderhearted Father, a God who keeps his promises and who lovingly cares for his people. See yourself in those who follow him, their faith and doubts, their victories and failures, and their hopes for the glorious future God has promised. You will meet all kinds of people who are faced with a variety of circumstances, crying out to God, praising him, confessing their sins and seeking to worship him in a deeper, more meaningful way.


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Do you want to know God more and understand his relationship to his creation, the nations of the world, Israel, and today's believers? Of course you do, and now you can by walking with Warren Wiersbe through Psalms 90-150. Like David and Moses and others who contributed to the Book of Psalms, you can come to know God as the tenderhearted Father, a God who keeps his promise Do you want to know God more and understand his relationship to his creation, the nations of the world, Israel, and today's believers? Of course you do, and now you can by walking with Warren Wiersbe through Psalms 90-150. Like David and Moses and others who contributed to the Book of Psalms, you can come to know God as the tenderhearted Father, a God who keeps his promises and who lovingly cares for his people. See yourself in those who follow him, their faith and doubts, their victories and failures, and their hopes for the glorious future God has promised. You will meet all kinds of people who are faced with a variety of circumstances, crying out to God, praising him, confessing their sins and seeking to worship him in a deeper, more meaningful way.

30 review for Be Exultant (Psalms 90-150): Praising God for His Mighty Works

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sandy Young

    I read the comment on the Psalm that I was reading in The MacArthur Daily Bible every day. What a great way to study!!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mike Eccles

    I worked with this volume in order to help me with my daily discipline of reading some scripture, with the anticipated bonus of learning more about the context and meaning of the words that I was reading. Having struggled somewhat with the related volume "Be Worshipful, Psalms 1 - 89", perhaps unsurprisingly I struggled with this one, but persisted (I've started so I'll finish). Upon reflection, I think this volume and its precursor didn't really work for me because they took me away from the bea I worked with this volume in order to help me with my daily discipline of reading some scripture, with the anticipated bonus of learning more about the context and meaning of the words that I was reading. Having struggled somewhat with the related volume "Be Worshipful, Psalms 1 - 89", perhaps unsurprisingly I struggled with this one, but persisted (I've started so I'll finish). Upon reflection, I think this volume and its precursor didn't really work for me because they took me away from the beauty and simplicity of the language of David and the other psalm writers. The simple spiritual insights and emotions were drowned by too many historical and analytical words. I struggled to finish, but did. I'm moving on to a New Testament book and Wiersbe commentary now in the expectation of an improved experience.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Marianne

    Typically I rave about Wiersbe's books because they are so fresh, insightful and...well, biblical. But not so much this one. Perhaps it is because this is on the Psalms. For a long time I typically read a Psalm a day and it how I start my day. I think I was so used to having God speak to me through my own reading, I was not as moved by having Wiersbe's devotional speak to me through a Psalm. I suppose that's a good thing! Nevertheless, I did gain some new insights and ways of looking at things t Typically I rave about Wiersbe's books because they are so fresh, insightful and...well, biblical. But not so much this one. Perhaps it is because this is on the Psalms. For a long time I typically read a Psalm a day and it how I start my day. I think I was so used to having God speak to me through my own reading, I was not as moved by having Wiersbe's devotional speak to me through a Psalm. I suppose that's a good thing! Nevertheless, I did gain some new insights and ways of looking at things that I have used in some of my teaching.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

    Numbers 33 names forty-two different places Israel camped during their journey, but no matter where Moses lived, God was always his home. He “lived in the Lord.” He knew how to “abide in the Lord” and find strength, comfort, encouragement, and help for each day’s demands.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ruthe Turner

    I loved reading this book along with my daily bible reading through Psalms 90-150. Dr. Wiersbe, with all his many years of reading and studying, has so much to add to any bible passage. I highly recommend his "Be" commentaries. I loved reading this book along with my daily bible reading through Psalms 90-150. Dr. Wiersbe, with all his many years of reading and studying, has so much to add to any bible passage. I highly recommend his "Be" commentaries.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Grace

    Wiersbe offers a beautiful blend of spiritual nurturing and keen biblical insight. This has been a wonderful devotional book for me during this pandemic. I have been reminded over and over again of God’s faithfulness through all the ages. Some highlighted quotes. Psalm 95 "Hearing and heeding God’s Word must be central if our worship, private or corporate, is to be truly Christian. It isn’t enough for God to hear my voice; I must hear His voice as the Word of God is read, preached, and taught. The Wiersbe offers a beautiful blend of spiritual nurturing and keen biblical insight. This has been a wonderful devotional book for me during this pandemic. I have been reminded over and over again of God’s faithfulness through all the ages. Some highlighted quotes. Psalm 95 "Hearing and heeding God’s Word must be central if our worship, private or corporate, is to be truly Christian. It isn’t enough for God to hear my voice; I must hear His voice as the Word of God is read, preached, and taught. The Scriptures written centuries ago have authority today, and we have no right to ignore them, change them, or disobey them." Psalm 105 "God’s people live on promises, not explanations, and it is “through faith and patience” that we see these promises fulfilled (Heb. 6:12)." Psalm 119 "To unsaved sinners, the law is an enemy because it announces their condemnation and cannot save them. To legalistic believers, the law is a master that robs them of their freedom. But to spiritually minded believers, the law is a servant that helps them see the character of God and the work of Christ." "The victorious Christian life is a series of new beginnings. As we cultivate an appetite for the Word (vv. 10, 20, 40, 81, 131) and feed upon it, we give the Spirit something to work with in our hearts, and He enables us to walk in God’s paths." Psalm 141 "Life goes on and there is work to do, so we must not allow tough situations to paralyze us but to energize us in trusting the Lord. Life’s trials are not excuses for doing nothing; they are opportunities for claiming God’s promises and experiencing His miraculous power."

  7. 4 out of 5

    Andy Bintoro

    24/50 of be series. I read alphabetically. This is the longest book in the series. Like other books in the series, the commentary not that deep. The longest psalm (psalm 119) on took several pages to read. But despite not del in exegesis, you could learn many practical things here.

  8. 5 out of 5

    N Fuller

    What a wonderful journey through the Psalms The Psalms opened up o me during this study. No long dry dissertation but concise clarification. Ending with the glory of praise in Ps 150. Wonderful.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cat Rayne

    Wiersbe’s Bible commentaries are insightful, provide a historical reference and just seem...fresh! Used this book and Be Worshipful In a Psalm (mostly) a day devo quest. Be Exultant served me well, even sparking more in-depth study as the psalms corresponded with other OT books.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Cindy Davis

    I love Warren Wiersbe's commentaries! I always learn so much. I love Warren Wiersbe's commentaries! I always learn so much.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Little

    I always enjoy his commentaries. The breakdown of Psalm 119 was so so great.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Peggy McDermott

    Psalms are so uplifting, enjoyed the study.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Campbell

    Love all of What she's "Be" series Great helps with Bible Study from a wide and knowledgeable teacher. I Highly rec all the books in this series! Love all of What she's "Be" series Great helps with Bible Study from a wide and knowledgeable teacher. I Highly rec all the books in this series!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Dean F Flowers

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    Barbara Martin

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    Keith Lozon

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    Richard Kuhn

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  30. 4 out of 5

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