Psalm 103 is a Psalm of David. In it David gives thanks for
all God has done for him. God does the same for you and me as He did
for David. He forgives our iniquities, heals our diseases, regains
our lives from destruction, gives us food and nourishment, judges
our enemies–and He does it all with lovingkindness and tender
mercy. The Lord is merciful and gracious and slow to anger. Thanks
be to Him that He has not dealt with us according to our sins, but
in loving mercy.
I believe Psalm 103 is one of the greatest Psalms written by
David. In it David captures some of the greatness of God. WE Should
read it often as a constant reminder of what God has done for us.
Psalm 104 is a continuation of David’s praise for God. Again
in this chapter David had great insights into the greatness of God.
He knew God laid the foundations of the earth (verse 5). He knew God
caused the grass to grow to feed the cattle, and the herbs to grow
for the service of man (verse 14).
Psalm 105 deals particularly with God’s mercies to Israel.
The final regathering and restoration of that nation can be seen in
verses 1-9 (cf. Deuteronomy 30:1-10); their liberation from bondage
in verses 10-16; and their praise for God and His deliverance in