The Psalms and Their Meaning for Today

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INDEX TO PSALM REFERENCES
The Psalms which have been studies at length are indicated by an Asterisk (*).
Psalm 1: 239
Psalm 2: 83, 88, 91, 184
Psalms 3: 158, 162
Psalm 5: 158
Psalm 6: 187, 263
*Psalm 8: xi, 44-45
Psalm 9: 140, 215
Psalm 10: 140, 247
Psalm 12: 140, 161
Psalm 13: viii, 31, 162
Psalm 14: 33, 183, 239, 247
*Psalm 15: 100
Psalm 16: 263
Psalm 17: 1558, 163
Psalm 18: 194, 195, 269
*Psalm 19: 50-51
Psalm 21: 234
*Psalm 22: 150-152, 235
*Psalm 23: 228
*Psalm 24: 104-105
Psalm 25: 215
*Psalm 27: 31, 213-214
Psalm 28:230
*Psalm 29: 39-40
Psalm 30: 209, 210
Psalm 31: ix, 159, 165, 273
Psalm 32: 188
Psalm 33: 87
Psalm 34: viii, 209, 210, 239
Psalm 35: 161
Psalm 36: 238
Psalm 38: 187
Psalm 39: ix, 159, 165
Psalm 40: 118, 192
Psalm 41: ix, 158, 165
*Psalm 42-43: ix, 112, 141, 144-146
Psalm 44: 141
*Psalm 46: ix, 71-72, 216
*Psalm 47: 76
Psalm 48: 118
Psalm 49: 262
Psalm 50: 118
*Psalm 51: x, 31, 118, 192, 240, 274
Psalm 52: 268
Psalm 55: 158, 161
Psalm 57: 163
Psalm 58: 141, 158, 163, 174, 267, 268
Psalm 59: 158
Psalm 60: 141, 267
Psalm 62: 237
*Psalm 65: 202-203
Psalm 66: 87, 191, 210
Psalm 69: 158, 182
Psalm 72: 91
*Psalm 73: viii, 30, 254-255
Psalm 74: 141
Psalm 75: 89
Psalm 76: x, 118
Psalm 78: 87
Psalm 79: 141, 142, 230
*Psalm 80: 126-127, 229
*Psalm 84: 110-111
Psalm 85: ix
Psalm 86: 165

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  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface - The Psalms in The Life of the Western World vii
  • Contents xv
  • 1 - The Origin Of The Psalms 17
  • 2 - Hymns Of Praise 35
  • I - Worship of The Lord of Nature 37
  • 2 - Worship of The Lord of History 65
  • 3- Worship of The Lord of Zion 93
  • 3 - Prayers In Time of Crisis 123
  • I - National Laments 125
  • 2 - Personal Supplications 143
  • 3 - Penitential Prayers 166
  • 4 - Songs Of Faith 189
  • 2 - Psalms of Trust 212
  • 3 - Psalms of "Wisdom" And Communion 239
  • 5 - Their Meaning For Today 265
  • Suggested Readings 276
  • Index to Psalm References 277
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