Poetry of Psalms 101-150
The Poetry of Psalms 101-150
This section contains the Poetry of Psalms
101-150 with numbers, chapters and text of individual verses
taken from "The Scottish Psalter of 1650" based on the work of Francis Rous. Free, online access to study the words contained in the Poetry of Psalms 101-150 from the Book of Psalms for Bible Study or Sunday School
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Summary of the Book of Psalms - Psalms 101-150
The content of the Book of Psalms according to the King James Bible Online
(KJV) contains a short overview of the main subjects, people, events and ancient topics in the following summary of this Book in the Holy Bible:
- Find the Poetry of Psalms is book
number 19 in the Old Testament of the Bible. It contains 150
- They are
called by the Hebrews Tehillim meaning Hymns of Praise
- The word 'psalms'
is derived from the Greek word 'psalmoi meaning "songs sung
to a harp"
- The author of the
Book of Psalms, of a great part of them at least, was King
David but many are of opinion that some of them were made by
Asaph and a variety of other authors
- Summary of the
content of the Book of Psalms 101-150:
- The fourth Book of
Psalm also contains 17 Psalms (90-106)
- The 90th is
ascribed to Moses, and the 101st and 103rd to David
- The fifth Book of
Psalm contains the remaining 44 Psalms
- Of these, 15 are
ascribed to David, and the 127th to Solomon.
- The most famous
of Psalms 101-150 are:
Psalm 103, Bless the Lord, O my soul,
is a famous prayer of praise
Psalm 137, By the rivers of Babylon
- a meditation upon living in slavery
Each Psalm from 101-150
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Psalms Bible Study
- Psalms 101-150
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of Psalms - Psalms 101-150
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