Psalm Thirty-One Part One

Psalm 31 contains a Hebrew bedtime prayer that Jesus quotes while he is on the cross.

Psalm Thirty

Psalm 30 is a song that was used at the dedication of the temple in Jerusalem.

Psalm Twenty-Nine

Psalm 29 celebrates the greatness of the voice of the Lord and reminds us of His sovereignty.

Psalm Twenty-Eight

In Psalm 28, King David asks God to hear his request for mercy.

Psalm Twenty-Seven Part Two

The second part of Psalm 27 indicates that adversity often presents an environment for spiritual growth.

Psalm Twenty-Seven Part One

Psalm 27 was written by King David. It is a psalm of confidence in God during the worst of troubles.

Psalm Twenty-Six

In Psalm 26, King David seems to be seeking God in order to be vindicated.

Psalm Twenty-Five Part Two

Psalm 25 concludes­ with two additional components of relying on God for guidance: reverence and attention.

Psalm Twenty-Five Part One

Psalm 25 is a psalm of King David that emphasizes the importance of the guidance of God.

Psalm Twenty-Four

Some commentators believe that Psalm 24 is about King David bringing the Ark of the Covenant into Jerusalem.

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