Psalms

Outline of the Book of Psalms

Quick Overview of Psalms. – –(Psalms 1-41– Book 1) – – (Psalms 42-72 – Book 2) – – (Psalms 73-89 – Book 3) – – (Psalms 90-106 – – Book 4) – – (Psalms 107-150 – – Book 5)....

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Interesting Facts in The Book of Psalms

The book of Psalms is the longest book in the Bible. The 119th Psalm is a longest chapter in the whole Bible. The 117th Psalm is the shortest chapter in the Bible and located in the middle. When the Old Testament is quoted in the New Testament by someone, over one third of all the quotes are from the Psalms....

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Summary of The Book of Psalms

Psalms is divided into five books : Psalms 1-41, which witness to David's life and faith; Psalms 42-72, a group of historical writings; Psalms 73-99, ritual psalms; Psalms 90-106, reflecting pre-captivity sentiment and history; and Psalms 107-150, dealing with the captivity and return to Jerusalem. These five books are often regarded as the de...

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The Book of Psalms in the Picture Study Bible

Bible Study information on the book of psalms with images, and notes on many important subjects from the ancient world. Archaeological notes, geographical notes, ancient documents and manuscripts, cultural notes, theological notes, articles from scholars, information about ancient history, ancient customs, ancient temples, ancient monuments, a...

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Hebrew Name and Meaning of The Book of Psalms

Hebrew Name - Tehillim "praises"...

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Greek Name of The Book of Psalms

Greek Name - Psalmoi (Greek form of the Hebrew mizmor, meaning instrument songs)...

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Author of The Book of Psalms

Author - David (According to Tradition). David went to many experiences in his life that he wrote about, especially when he was hunted down by King Saul from place to place like a Partridge in the wilderness. David was a young shepherd, he knew what it was like to tend his flock and to guard them from predators, this gave him a beautiful image...

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Date of The Book of Psalms

Date - 1056 BC Approximately. It is impossible to determine exactly how the Psalms were compiled and collected, and dating them is also difficult for most of the Psalms. Some of the Psalms are commemorating victories, while others are historical, remembering the Lord and God's people in past events. Other Psalms are prophetic and look to the f...

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Theme of The Book of Psalms

Main Theme - Give praise to the Lord...

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Type of Jesus in The Book of Psalms

Types and Shadows - In Psalms Jesus is the One worthy of all praise...

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