How does 111:1 speak to the relational nature of the Christian life?  How does it speak to church membership, and the necessity of living out the Christian life in the context of a covenant community of faith?

111:2-3 sees God as infinite, and transcendent.  111:4-5 sees God as personal, and immanent.  What are the implications of these respective theological truths?  What does it look to hold them both, in tension with one another?  What are some dangers of over-emphasizing one, at the expense of the other?

How is God like a good father?  How does the father heart of God help us to understand (and love, and worship) him better?

111:7-8 shows that God is faithful, and just, trustworthy, and established forever and ever - that God never changes.  How does the knowledge that God does not change serve as a means of reassurance to us?  How should the doctrine of God’s immutability affect our soul?

What does it meant that God has “sent redemption to his people”?  (111:9)  Why is this significant?  What kind of response should this reality evoke in us?

What is the “fear of the Lord”?  (111:10)  What is the difference between healthy fear and unhealthy fear?  What does it look like to cultivate a healthy fear of the Lord?  How does that lead to wisdom and understanding?