Psalms and the Theme of Mercy

1. Read I Samuel 24:4-6. To whom did David show mercy in this passage?

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2. Read I Samuel 26:5-11. What person did David show mercy to in this passage?

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3. From David’s “Psalm of Thanks” in II Samuel 22, print the first half of verse 26.

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4.  What do Psalm 18:25 and II Samuel 22:26 have in common?

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5. According to Psalm 18:50, what person did God extend great mercy to?

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6. In the King James Version, what word precedes the word “mercy” in verses 25:6 and 40:11?
     
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7. According to Psalm 103:8, what does the Lord have an abundant supply of?

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8. All throughout Psalm 136, what phrase is repeated?

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9. What does the Psalmist sing about in 89:1?  What phrase does he use?

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10. According to Psalm 37:21, what must the righteous do?

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11. God’s great mercy is extended toward those who do what in Psalm 103:11?

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12. What is “married” to mercy in Psalm 85:11?  (See also 89:14)

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13.  What attribute or characteristic of mercy is listed in Psalm 100:5?

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14. What is listed as an attribute or characteristic of mercy in 109:2?

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15. List all the attributes of God listed in 145:8.

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Maxim of the Moment

Faults are thick where love is thin.