... (4) Psalms in Celebration of Worship, v., xxiv., 7-10, xxvi., xxvii., xlii.-xliii.,
lxxxiv., cxxii., cxxxiv. (5) Historical Psalms (a) emphasizing the ...
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On the Psalms. I.
... outline. Only let us add this, that the psalms which deal with historical
matter are not found in regular historical order. And ...
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Psalms and Proverbs.
... 2. Historical Psalms.42-72. These are ascribed to several authors, those of the
sons of Korah being prominent and are especially full of historical facts. ...
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The Historical Situation
... Part I. Preparatory I The Historical Situation. ... 18. This last conception of the Messiah
is found in a group of psalms written in the first century before Christ ...
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The History of the Psalter
... exile. The historical background of many of these psalms is clearly the
exile and the long period of distress that followed. They ...
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The Critical and Historical Movement
... Then, in the times of the Judges and of the Kings, the historical books took
shape, with David's Psalms and the wise words of Solomon. ...
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The Kingdom Undivided
... Note three features of these psalms: 1. Kingship.2. Unlimited rule.3. Unending
dominion. ... 4. What historical event may be referred to in verse 2? ...
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The Historical Books. 1 the New Testament...
... THE HISTORICAL BOOKS.1. The New Testament, like the Old, is not an abstract ...
oath"had been prefigured in the institutions of Moses, in the Psalms, and in the ...
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Lii. Trust in God.
... To the first class belong the historical books. To the second the book of Psalms.
To the third class belong the books that deal with Wisdom. ...
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... of the poem is determined by the mode of its performance; Psalms and Lamentations;
the Traditional Poetry scattered through the historical books; again ...
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Nave's Topical IndexPsalm 78:1
Give ear, O my people, to my law: incline your ears to the words of my mouth.Nave's Topical Index
O give thanks to the LORD; call on his name: make known his deeds among the people.
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Praise you the LORD. O give thanks to the LORD; for he is good: for his mercy endures for ever.
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Psalms of David in Celebrating his Deliverance
Psalms of David: At the Close of his Reign
Psalms of David: Upon the Occasion of Moving the Ark of the Covenant
Psalms Of Degrees
Psalms of Hannah, in Thankfulness for a Son
Psalms of Hezekiah, Celebrating Deliverance from Death
Psalms of Isaiah
Psalms of Mary
Psalms of Moses, Celebrating the Deliverance at the Red Sea
Psalms: Didactic Songs Composed by Moses, Celebrating the Providence, Righteousness
Psalms: Praise for God's Attributes
Psalms: Song of Deborah, Celebrating Israel's Victory Over Sisera
Psalms: Thanksgiving for God's Goodness to Good Men
Psalms: Thanksgiving for God's Mercies to Individuals
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