Psalm One Hundred and Forty-Five Part Three

In the final section of Psalm 145, King David tells us that Gods' Kingdom is eternal.

Psalm One Hundred and Forty-Five Part Two

Psalm 145 is the last of the psalms that is a Hebrew acrostic in which each verse begins with a consecutive letter of the Hebrew alphabet.

Psalm One Hundred and Forty-Five Part One

Psalm 144 Part Two

Near the end of Psalm 144 David begins praying for God's blessing on His people in their present time and circumstances.

Psalm One Hundred and Forty-Four Part One

Psalm 144 reminds us that it is not enough just to know about God but that we must know Him as our God.

Psalm One Hundred and Forty-Three

King David begins Psalm 143 with a plea for God to hear him and to have mercy on him.

Psalm One Hundred and Forty-Two

The heading of Psalm 142 is "A Maskil of David, when he was in the cave. A Prayer."

Psalm One Hundred and Forty-One

King David likens his prayer in Psalm 141 to incense being offered in temple worship.

Psalm One Hundred and Forty

In Psalm 140, King David's emphasis is on those who are persecuting him and how he will depend on God in order to overcome them.

Psalm One Hundred and Thirty-Nine Part Three

In Psalm 139, King David marvels at the vastness of God's knowledge and His care for his people.

Psalm One Hundred and Thirty-Nine Part Two

Psalm 139 is remarkable in its emphasis on the omniscience and omnipresence of God.

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