1. What is the author’s purpose for writing this piece?
2. What are the main ideas of the piece?
3. What is the author’s tone?
4. What is the main character’s motivation?
5. What is the author’s audience?
6. How does the author structure the piece?
7. What words or phrases stand out to you?
8. What are your thoughts and feelings about the piece?
Other related questions:
What is the meaning of Psalm 71 6?
Psalm 71:6 says, “By You I have been upheld from birth; You are He who took me out of my mother’s womb. My praise shall be continually of You.”
What is the title of Psalm 71?
Psalm 71 is a song of praise and thanksgiving to God. The title is “Praise the Lord, O My Soul.”
How do you pray Psalm 71?
You can pray Psalm 71 by reading it aloud or silently, and reflecting on its meaning. You may also want to ask God to help you understand and apply its message to your life.
What can we learn from Psalm 71?
We can learn that God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. He will deliver us from our enemies and protect us from those who rise up against us.
Is Psalm 71 a lament?
No, Psalm 71 is not a lament.
What is the message of Psalm 71 17 24?
The message of Psalm 71:17-24 is that God is always with us and will never leave us. He is our rock and our refuge, and we can always trust in Him.
- Enduring Word Bible Commentary Psalm 71
- Psalm 71:1-24 – Adult Questions for LESSONmaker
- Psalm 71 – Generations.org
- July 5 – Psalms 71 and 72 – VERVE – Verve Church
- Psalm 71 | The Church of England