Psalm Fifty-Three

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 Fifty-Two

Psalm 52 is a maskil of David, when Doeg, the Edomite, came and told Saul, “David has come to the house of Ahimelech.”

Psalm Fifty-One Part Two

Psalm 51 is a model of genuine, heartfelt, and contrite repentance.

Psalm Fifty-One Part One

Psalm 51 is a psalm of David, when Nathan the prophet went to him, after he had gone in to Bathsheba.

Psalm Fifty Part Two

In Psalm 50 we see God acting in His role as judge over His people.

Psalm Fifty Part One

Psalm 50 is a psalm of judgment in which God is judging his people for worshipping him with wrong heart motives.

Psalm Forty-Nine Part Two

Psalm 49 is a wisdom psalm—a psalm that teaches—and its focus is on the foolishness of trusting in wealth.

Psalm Forty-Nine Part One

A key idea in Psalm 49 is that it is very unwise to place our trust in wealth.

Psalm Forty-Eight

Psalm 48 includes praise for the Lord in celebration of Jerusalem—the city of the Great King.

Psalm Forty-Seven

A great theme of Psalm 47 is praise to God as the great King of all the earth.

Psalm Forty-Six

Psalm 46 is a psalm of assurance that God is with His people even in the midst of national and world crisis.

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