Psalm 31 contains a Hebrew bedtime prayer that Jesus quotes while he is on the cross.
Psalm 30 is a song that was used at the dedication of the temple in Jerusalem.
Psalm 29 celebrates the greatness of the voice of the Lord and reminds us of His sovereignty.
In Psalm 28, King David asks God to hear his request for mercy.
The second part of Psalm 27 indicates that adversity often presents an environment for spiritual growth.
Psalm 27 was written by King David. It is a psalm of confidence in God during the worst of troubles.
In Psalm 26, King David seems to be seeking God in order to be vindicated.
Psalm 25 concludes with two additional components of relying on God for guidance: reverence and attention.
Psalm 25 is a psalm of King David that emphasizes the importance of the guidance of God.
Some commentators believe that Psalm 24 is about King David bringing the Ark of the Covenant into Jerusalem.
Psalm 45 is a Messianic psalm and it has in its title the words, "... a love song."
King David concludes Psalm 41 by praising God for upholding him through his trials. It also includes a call to care for the poor.
Psalm 43 reads like a continuation of Psalm 42.
Psalm 39 discusses the idea of mankind being a mere breath.
Psalm 49 is a wisdom psalm—a psalm that teaches—and its focus is on the foolishness of trusting in wealth.