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The Book of PSALMS.
Jesus is seen as: Our Shepherd
-Bible Study Info-The simplest description of the five books of Psalms is that they were the inspired prayer-and-praise book of Israel. They are revelations of truth, not abstractly, but in the terms of human experience. The truth revealed is wrought into the emotions, desires, and sufferings of the people of God by the circumstances through which they pass. But those circumstances are such as to constitute an anticipation of analogous conditions through which Christ in His incarnation, and the Jewish remnant in the tribulation (Isa. 10. 21, refs), should pass; so that many Psalms are prophetic of the sufferings, the faith, and the victory of both. Psalms 22. and 60. are examples. The formerAthe holy of holies of the Bible—reveals all that was in the mind of Christ when He uttered the desolate cry, “My God, My God, why hast Thou forsaken Me?” The latter is an anticipation of what will be in the heart of Israel when she shall turn to Jehovah again (Deut. 30. 1, 2). Other Psalms-are, directly prophetic of “the sufferings of Christ, and the glories which should follow” (Luke 24. 25—27, 44). Psa. 2. is a notable instance, presenting Jehovah’s Anointed as rejected and crucified (vs. 1—3; Acts 4. 24—28), but afterward set as King in Zion.

The great themes of the Psalms are, Christ, Jehovah, the Law, Creation, the future of Israel, and the exercises of the renewed heart in suffering, in joy, in perplexity. The promises of the Psalms are primarily Jewish, and suited to a people ‘under the law, but are spiritually true in Christian experience also, in the sense that they disclose the mind of God, and the exercises of His heart toward those who are perplexed, afflicted, or cast down.

The imprecatory Psalms are the cry of the oppressed in Israel for justice—a cry appropriate and right in the earthly people of God, and based upon a distinct promise in the Abrahamic Covenant (Gen. 15. 18, refs); but a cry unsuited to the church, a heavenly people who have taken their place with a rejected and crucified Christ (Luke 9. 52—55).

The Psalms are in five books, each ending in a doxology:
1. Psalms 1.-41.
2. Psalms 42.-72.
3. Psalms 73.-89.
4. Psalms 90.-106.
5. Psalms 107.-150.

Ref: The Scofield Reference Bible.

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171 Bible Studies for:  PSALMS
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1. PSALMS 1:1-6    Re-Start    -15
1981-03-04  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 1:1-6

Psalm of the two ways: Introductory to entire Psalter.
2. PSALMS 2:1-12    Re-Start    -15
1981-03-11  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 2:1-12

Psalm of the King:.
1. Rejected.
2. Established.
3. Reigning over the nations.
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3. PSALMS 3:1-8    Re-Start    -15
1981-03-25  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 3:1-8

A Psalm of David: When he fled from Absalom his son.
4. PSALMS 4:1-8    Re-Start    -15
1981-04-01  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 4:1-8

To the chief Musician on Neginoth, A Psalm of David.
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5. PSALMS 5:1-12    Re-Start    -15
1981-04-08  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 5:1-12

To the chief Musician upon Nehiloth, A Psalm of David.
6. PSALMS 6:1-10    Re-Start    -15
1981-04-22  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 6:1-10

To the chief Musician on Neginoth upon Sheminith, A Psalm of David.
7. PSALMS 7:1-17    Re-Start    -15
1981-04-29  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 7:1-17

Shiggalon of David, which he sang unto the Lord, concerning the words of Cush the Benjamite.
8. PSALMS 8:1-9    Re-Start    -15
1981-05-06  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 8:1-9

To the chief Musician upon Gittith, A Psalm of David.
9. PSALMS 9:1-20    Re-Start    -15
1981-05-13  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 9:1-20

To the chief Musician upon Muthlabben, A Psalm of David.
10. PSALMS 10:1-18    Re-Start    -15
1981-05-20  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 10:1-18

A plea for God`s Judgement.
11. PSALMS 11:1-7    Re-Start    -15
1981-05-27  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 11:1-7

To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David.
12. PSALMS 12:1-8    Re-Start    -15
1981-06-10  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 12:1-8

To the chief Musician upon Sheminith, A Psalm of David.
13. PSALMS 13:1-6    Re-Start    -15
1981-06-17  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 13:1-6

To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David.
14. PSALMS 14:1-7    Re-Start    -15
1981-06-24  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 14:1-7

To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David.
15. PSALMS 15:1-5    Re-Start    -15
1981-07-01  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 15:1-5

A Psalm of David.
16. PSALMS 16:1-11    Re-Start    -15
1981-07-08  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 16:1-11

Michtam of David.
17. PSALMS 17:1-15    Re-Start    -15
1981-08-05  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 17:1-15

A prayer of David.
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18. PSALMS 18:1-50    Re-Start    -15
1981-08-12  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 18:1-50

To the chief Musician. A Psalm of David, the servant of the Lord, who spake unto the Lord, words of this song in the day that the Lord delivered him from the hand of all his enemies, and from the hand of Saul: And he said,
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19. PSALMS 19:1-14    Re-Start    -15
1981-08-19  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 19:1-14

To the chief Musician. A Psalm of David.
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20. PSALMS 20:1-9    Re-Start    -15
1981-08-26  WED     Outline   Subject(s)PSALMS 20:1-9

To the chief Musician. A Psalm of David.
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