19 - Psalms

Session Info.:

  1. Introduction and Psalms 1 - 2
  2. Psalms 3 - 10
  3. Psalms 11 - 18
  4. Psalms 19 - 21
  5. Psalms 22 - 24
  6. Psalms 25 - 30
  7. Psalms 31 - 36
  8. Psalms 37 - 41
  9. Psalms 42 - 48
  10. Psalms 49 - 51
  11. Psalms 52 - 55
  12. Psalms 56 - 60
  13. Psalms 61 - 68
  14. Psalms 69 - 72
  15. Psalms 73 - 80
  16. Psalms 81 - 89
  17. Psalms 90 - 100
  18. Psalms 101 - 106
  19. Psalms 107 - 118
  20. Psalm 119 (Pt. 1)
  21. Psalms 119 (Pt. 2)
  22. Psalms 120 - 134
  23. Psalms 135 - 144
  24. Psalms 145 - 150 and Review

Psalms is Israel's hymnal: it is poetry laced with strong theology. In Hebrew, this book is called Tehillim = "Praises." There are 55 psalms addressed to "the chief musician." [Greek: psalmoi, "a poem to be sung to a stringed instrument" or psaltar, for harp or stringed instrument.]

History instructs: Law teaches: prophecy announces, rebukes, chastens: morality persuades. Psalms is the medicine and succor for the comfort and encouragement of us all. They are written to the individual-all of us, individually.

Jesus said that the psalms spoke about Him (Lk 24:44). Christ's birth, betrayal, agony, death, resurrection, ascension, coming again in glory, and His worldwide reign-all are pictured in inspired vividness. They constitute irrefutable testimony to the Divine inspiration of the Scripture.

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