Study 37 From the Book of Psalms : Psalm 44
A national appeal to God in a time of great suffering.
What does the psalmist say about (a) God’s dealings in the past on behalf of His people, and (b) His relationship with them? See verses 1-8. In spite of past happenings, what seems to be the situation at the present time? See verses 9:22.
What can we learn form this psalm as to what we should do when it seems as if God has deserted us? Cf. Is. 50:10;Lk. 18:1.