Psalms 103:1-106-48

A group of praise unto God, saying "Bless the Lord O my soul; and all that is within me, bless His holy name!" and "forget not all his benefits!"

Psalms 100:1-102:28

"Old One Hundred" is the last of the praise and exaltation cluster of Psalms by King David… make a joyful noise unto the Lord!

Psalms 91:1-99:9

A cluster of psalms extolling the God our refuge and fortress, the faithful One who reigns on high and will not forsake his people.

Psalms 89:1-90:17

David sings of the mercies of the Lord forever; making known his faithfulness to all generations. God keeps his covenants and his promises no matter what.

Psalms 85:1-88:18

The Sons of Korah wrote these psalms in a way that tell a prophetic story of the future of God's increasing kingdom, and the reign of His Son Jesus. "Glorious things of thee are spoken, Zion, city of our God!"

Psalms 82:1-84:12

A picture here of the future judgment by Jesus, when he arises to judge the nations. He will finally deliver the poor and needy.

Psalms 79:1-81:16

Psalms of Asaph, who suffered distress when Jerusalem was invaded, and there were Jews who suffered and died. Hardship will make us better… or bitter.

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.

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