Psalms 76:1-78:72

By these psalms we understand that God has chosen Jerusalem as his city, even though it has been invaded and burned a few times; and he will reign there all through the millennium after the Tribulation period.

Psalms 73:1-75:10

Some psalms written by a worship leader named Asaph. These emphasize the holiness of God and the blessings of living with a clean heart before the Lord. The wicked seem to prosper for a while, but it will be better for the one who fears the Lord.

Psalms 69:1-72:20

King David sings out, "save me, O God!" How shall we escape if we neglect salvation offered by Jesus? And Psalm 71 is the "old man's psalm," confident that God will not abandon us when our strength is gone and our hairs are gray.

Psalms 67:1-68:35

These psalms invite us to sing unto the Lord with stringed instruments, and 68 tells how God will one day scatter his enemies, and reward the faithful ones who were true to him in life.

Psalms 61:1-66:20

Another cluster of David's psalms, the cry of a man thirsting for "the Rock that is higher than I." God has made us to thirst for him; and only HE can quench that thirst~!

Psalms 56:1-60:12

Some of the delightful psalms. David worships God who is trustworthy, will judge the earth in total righteousness, and has delivered him from his enemies.

Psalms 52:1-55:23

More psalms written by King David, writing about the coming of the Man of Sin, the Antichrist, and how friends will betray one another, yet inviting us to cast our cares and difficulties upon the Lord and he will lift us up.

Psalms 51:1-19

The great penitential prayer of King David, after he had committed adultery and murder. Is there any hope for you and ME? If God took David back, he will take us too if we are contrite and humble.

Psalms 49:1-50:23

In Psalm 49, the sons of Korah write the conclusion of their songs of praise to the greatness of God and his handling of the way of the wicked and the righteous. Psalm 50 is written by a worship leader named Asaph, who writes about God the only ultimate judge.

Psalms 46:1-48:14

The Sons of Korah describe the coming Kingdom of God. God is a fortress where the saints are kept safe; King over all the earth even when men don't recognize Him, and he will be enthroned in Zion, the eternal city of God.

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