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90 Day Challenge Day 40

Read  Psalm 1-24

Highlights

  1. The Righteous and the Wicked contrasted
  2. The Lord’s Anointed
  3. Morning Prayer of Trust
  4. Evening Prayer of Trust
  5. Prayer of Protection from the Wicked
  6. Prayer for Mercy in Time of Trouble
  7. Refuge in God
  8. The Lord’s Glory, Man’s Dignity
  9. A Psalm of Thanksgiving
  10. Title-less Psalm
  11. The Lord is a Refuge and Defense
  12. God is a Helper
  13. Prayer for Help in Trouble
  14. The Fool Denies God
  15. Who may abide in Your Tent?
  16. Life and Joy
  17. Prayer for Protection
  18. Praise for Deliverance
  19. General and Special Revelation
  20. Prayer for Victory over Enemies
  21. Praise for Deliverance
  22. Messianic Psalm
  23. Shepherd’s Psalm
  24. The King of Glory

Interesting Book of Psalms fact:  The Hebrew title for the book of Psalms is “Tehillim” which means “songs of praise.”  Individual Psalms are called “Mizmorim”; Psalm 1 being Mismor aleph (where aleph is the first letter of Hebrew alphabet).  The Book of Psalms is divided into 5 books (corresponding to the Pentateuch, the 5 books of Moses or the Torah):

Book 1: 1-41
Book 2: 42-72
Book 3: 73- 89
Book 4: 90-106
Book 5: 107-150

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