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.

Psalms 44:4-45:17

The Sons of Korah wrote prayers to God for deliverance again, recalling the history of how Israel has been taken care of through thick and thin, and recalling the eternal Kingship of God

Psalms 42:1-44:4

We open a new section of the psalms, written by "Sons of Korah," and is called "the Exodus Section," harking back to the deliverance of the nation of Israel from Egypt. God continues to deliver his people.

Psalms 39:1-41:13

David prays "let me know the measure of my days, let me understand how fleeting is my life." He knew life was short, and was consumed with a desire to be delivered from evil and to make his life count, according to God's ways.

Psalms 36:1-38:22

Psalm 36 has some unflattering descriptions of the wicked, contrasted with the steadfast love of God toward those who know Him. 37 tells how we ought not fret because of evil men or be envious of them, because God will not forsake those who trust him.

Psalms 34:1-35:28

David writes about his distress, when he was before the Philistine king Achish, (Abimelech,) and had to feign madness to keep from being killed. But he writes a lengthy psalm 35 extolling the greatness of God.

Psalms 32:1-33:22

Have you ever felt you have sinned so badly that you could never get back to God? David wrote Psalm 32 for our instruction on how to have our sins forgiven. And psalm 33 reminds us that the Lord's love is steadfast and never-failing!

Psalms 31:1-32:1

David wrote Psalm 30 at the dedication of the Temple, how God turns our mourning into dancing; he wrote 31 in great distress and fear for his life, saying "into your hands I commit my spirit," and we need never fear.

Psalms 29:1-30:12

29 describes what happens when the Lord utters his powerful voice, and he keeps everything going in his creation, from one end of the universe to the other. In 30, we see that weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning!

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