MBS184 Psalm 90: An Exposition

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MBS184 Psalm 90: An Exposition

Psalm 90 is a very unique psalm. For example, no statement in this psalm is taken from any other psalm. As a study of the Book of Psalms will show, the psalms repeat themselves; certain thoughts found in one psalm are found, almost word-for-word, in other psalms. Furthermore, it has no affinity with any of the other psalms, meaning that it does not cover any similar circumstances.

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MBS184 PSALM 90: AN EXPOSITION

By Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

A. The Uniqueness of the Psalm

B. The Timing and Historical Background

C. The Three Segments of the Psalm

I. THE ETERNALITY OF GOD AND THE TRANSITORINESS OF MAN: PSALM 90:1–6

A. The Eternality of God: Psalm 90:1–2

1. God, the Dwelling Place: Psalm 90:1

2. God, the Eternal One: Psalm 90:2

B. The Transitoriness of Man: Psalm 90:3–6

1. The Frailty of Man: Psalm 90:3

2. The Timelessness of God: Psalm 90:4

3. The Certainty of Death: Psalm 90:5a

4. The Shortness of the Beauty of Life: Psalm 90:5b–6

II. THE SOURCE OF THE PROBLEM: HUMAN SIN: PSALM 90:7–12

A. The Death of Man: Psalm 90:7–9

1. The Reason for Man’s Untimely Death: Psalm 90:7

2. The Reason for Man’s Judgment: Psalm 90:8

3. Man’s Whole Life is Under God’s Wrath: Psalm 90:9

B. The Life Span of Man and the Wrath of God: Psalm 90:10–11

1. The Years of Man: Psalm 90:10

2. The Wrath of God: Psalm 90:11

C. The Application: Psalm 90:12

III. PRAYER FOR THE RETURN OF GOD’S FAVOR: PSALM 90:13–17

A. Prayer for the Turning Away of God’s Wrath: Psalm 90:13

B. Prayer to Remember God’s Covenant Love: Psalm 90:14

C. Prayer for Proportionate Restoration: Psalm 90:15

D. The Contrast Between the Work of God and the Work of Man: Psalm 90:16–17

1. The Work of God: Psalm 90:16

2. The Work of Man: Psalm 90:17

CONCLUSION

And I will pour upon the house of David, and upon the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the spirit of grace and of supplication, and they shall look unto me whom they have pierced.

Zechariah 12:10