1. What five things do we ask of the Lord in the first two verses of this Psalm?
2. How is sorrow over sin described in verses 3-7?
3. Why is grass a picture of our humanity? See Isaiah 40:6-8 and 1 Peter 1:24-25.
4. Contrast the “I” in verses 1-11 and “You” beginning at verse 12.
5. The psalmist mentions this psalm is for a future generation (vs 18). Why was this important?
6. Why are events, troubles, and circumstances that we experience important to share with others in the body of believers?
7. How can we share our lives with future generations so they know Christ?
8. Compare Psalm 102:25-28 with Hebrews 1:10-12. How are they similar? How are they different?
9. How does verse 27 give us confidence and hope? See Hebrews 13:8.
10. How is this psalm a foreshadowing of Christ and of His Church?