Psalm Sixty-Nine Part Two

Seven of the thirty-six verses of Psalm 69 are quoted in the New Testament.

Psalm Sixty-Nine Part One

Psalm 69 is a lament—a plea for God's help in suffering. It is a Messianic psalm.

Psalm Sixty-Eight Part Two

In the second part of Psalm 68, there is an emphasis placed on other nations and kingdoms turning to God.

Psalm Sixty-Eight Part One

Psalm 68 is a song about the mighty acts God has done for His people and reads like a song of military triumph.

Psalm Sixty-Seven

Psalm 67 is a world missions psalm. The blessing of God extends to all nations of the world.

Psalm Sixty-Six Part Two

In the second half of Psalm 66 the writer is reflecting on their own experience of praying to God in times of need.

Psalm Sixty-Six Part One

The author of Psalm 66 is not identified. It is a psalm of praise and thanksgiving and has a world missions emphasis.

Psalm Sixty-Five

Psalm 65 is a beautiful psalm of praise to God for His grace, His power, and His provision.

Psalm Sixty-Four

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 Sixty-Three

Psalm 63 is a psalm of David when he was in the wilderness of Judah.

Psalm Sixty-Two

Psalm 62 is a call to trust in God and to wait upon God alone.

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