Psalm Seventy-Four Part One

In Psalm 74, the writer laments the destruction of the Sanctuary.

Psalm Seventy-Three Part Two

The psalm writer—Asaph—had become envious of the wicked, however his perspective changed when he went into the Sanctuary.

Psalm Seventy-Three Part One

Psalm 73 is a psalm of Asaph—a temple worship leader.

Psalm Seventy-Two

Psalm 72 is a psalm of King Solomon.

Psalm Seventy-One Part Two

In the final verses of Psalm 71, we can learn that we will never out live our need to turn to the Lord in our difficulties.

Psalm Seventy-One Part One

The first verses in Psalm 71 teach us that trials will occur even in our old age.

Psalm Seventy

Psalm 70 is a psalm of David for the memorial offering.

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.

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