Psalm 69 is a lament—a plea for God's help in suffering. It is a Messianic psalm.
In the second part of Psalm 68, there is an emphasis placed on other nations and kingdoms turning to God.
Psalm 68 is a song about the mighty acts God has done for His people and reads like a song of military triumph.
Psalm 67 is a world missions psalm. The blessing of God extends to all nations of the world.
In the second half of Psalm 66 the writer is reflecting on their own experience of praying to God in times of need.
The author of Psalm 66 is not identified. It is a psalm of praise and thanksgiving and has a world missions emphasis.
Psalm 65 is a beautiful psalm of praise to God for His grace, His power, and His provision.
In Psalm 64, King David helps us understand that no matter what evil people do, we should stay focused on the Lord and rejoice in Him.
Psalm 63 is a psalm of David when he was in the wilderness of Judah.
Psalm 62 is a call to trust in God and to wait upon God alone.
In Psalm 55, King David teaches us a very valuable truth—that we are to place our burdens on God's shoulders and trust that He will carry them for us.
Psalm 58 is psalm in which King David calls for God's judgment and punishment upon the wicked.
Psalm 45 is a Messianic psalm and it has in its title the words, "... a love song."
Psalm 53 is very similar to Psalm 14. Since the information is given twice in Scripture, it indicates the importance of what is being said.
Psalm 49 is a wisdom psalm—a psalm that teaches—and its focus is on the foolishness of trusting in wealth.