Biblical psalms

Psalm 76: complete, commentary

Comment – Psalm 76 was written after the defeat of the Assyrian army that besieged Jerusalem, probably due to a cholera epidemic. The whole of Judea participated in the exultation of the people, who...

Psalm 62: complete, commentary

Comment – The author of Psalm 62, most likely considered a Levite, illustrates his secret by being strong in the face of difficulties and being in the peace that only God can give to his soul....

Psalm 102: complete, commentary

Comment – In Psalm 102 the author says he sees the desolation of Zion and that he has made so many enemies because of his hope for the future rebirth of Jerusalem. He finds himself surrounded by many...

Psalm 6: complete, commentary

Comment – Psalm 6 presents itself as a prayer during the many sufferings of a lifetime, the psalmist recognizes his sins but hopes for the infinite mercy of God. Psalm 6 complete[1] To the choir...

Psalm 20: complete, commentary

Comment – In the form of a greeting for the king to whom the psalmist is linked, in Psalm 20 we speak of the help that will come from God to the head of his people from his heavenly sanctuary, or...

Psalm 73: complete, commentary

Comment – In Psalm 73, the author illustrates the difficulties encountered in the face of the realization that the wicked and the arrogant go through a period of prosperity accumulating wealth, while...

Psalm 2: complete, commentary

Comment – The author of Psalm 2, flooded with faith in God, highlights the errors and attitudes of an absurd struggle against God carried out by the powerful of the earth and by those who follow them...

Psalm 35: complete, commentary

Comment – Psalm 35 opens with an invocation to the Lord to defend against the accusers against an innocent brought to court, an operation organized for the destruction of his morale. Although the...

Psalm 147: complete, commentary

Comment – In Psalm 147 the author urges praise, stating that it is good to sing praises to the Lord, intending with this behavior to turn to him full of faith and feel included in his providence and...

Psalm 125: complete, commentary

Comment – In Psalm 125 the author is sure of the stability of Mount Zion, which represents Jerusalem, as a result of the promises made by the Lord, every man who trusts in the Lord will have no fear....

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