The PsalmsThere are 150 Psalms, divided into 5 books. The majority of the Psalms are written by David, but there are many other ancient songwriters who contributed to this biblical book of poetry.

We’re working on a song, chord sheet, lyrics, sheet music, and recording for each of them. These can be used for free at your church, retreat, or worship service.

Keep scrolling to see a sample playlist, or select from the Psalms below.

The Psalms: book 1

The Psalms book 1 image Book 1 includes Psalms 1–41. It includes the overture for the Psalms as a whole (Pss 1–2), which set the books’ major themes: the Law of God and the coming Messianic King. Most of these poems are those of lament, crying out to God for justice and deliverance.

The Psalms: book 2

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Book 2 of the Psalms includes Psalm 42–72. This book focuses on God as the mighty Judge and King. He is the executor of justice on all nations, and the rescuer of those who delight in Him.

  • Psalm 42
  • Psalm 43
  • Psalm 44
  • Psalm 45
  • Psalm 46
  • Psalm 47
  • Psalm 48
  • Psalm 49
  • Psalm 50
  • Psalm 51
  • Psalm 52
  • Psalm 53
  • Psalm 54
  • Psalm 55
  • Psalm 56
  • Psalm 57
  • Psalm 58
  • Psalm 59
  • Psalm 60
  • Psalm 61
  • Psalm 62
  • Psalm 63
  • Psalm 64
  • Psalm 65
  • Psalm 66
  • Psalm 67
  • Psalm 68
  • Psalm 69
  • Psalm 70
  • Psalm 71
  • Psalm 72

The Psalms: book 3

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Book 3 of the Psalms includes Psalm 73–89. This book is mostly written by the sons of Asaph, a family devoted to leading the people in worship to God in His temple (1 Ch 25:1). This book focuses on God’s relationship with the whole nation of Israel, not just the psalmist. It emphasizes God’s faithfulness—a faithfulness that spans generations.

  • Psalm 73
  • Psalm 74
  • Psalm 75
  • Psalm 76
  • Psalm 77
  • Psalm 78
  • Psalm 79
  • Psalm 80
  • Psalm 81
  • Psalm 82
  • Psalm 83
  • Psalm 84
  • Psalm 85
  • Psalm 86
  • Psalm 87
  • Psalm 88
  • Psalm 89

The Psalms: book 4

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Book 4 of the Psalms includes Psalm 90–106. This book directs our eyes to the Lord who rules over all the earth. Several of these psalms begin with simply, “The Lord reigns,” or “Praise the Lord!”

  • Psalm 90
  • Psalm 91
  • Psalm 92
  • Psalm 93
  • Psalm 94
  • Psalm 95
  • Psalm 96
  • Psalm 97
  • Psalm 98
  • Psalm 99
  • Psalm 100
  • Psalm 101
  • Psalm 102
  • Psalm 103
  • Psalm 104
  • Psalm 105
  • Psalm 106

The Psalms: book 5

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The fifth and final book of Psalms includes Psalm 107–150. The climax! This book includes an epic tribute to the Torah (Ps 119), songs of pilgrimage to sing when returning to Jerusalem, and a final set of five songs calling all of creation to praise the Lord forever and ever.

  • Psalm 107
  • Psalm 108
  • Psalm 109
  • Psalm 110
  • Psalm 111
  • Psalm 112
  • Psalm 113
  • Psalm 114
  • Psalm 115
  • Psalm 116
  • Psalm 117
  • Psalm 118
  • Psalm 119
  • Psalm 120
  • Psalm 121
  • Psalm 122
  • Psalm 123
  • Psalm 124
  • Psalm 125
  • Psalm 126
  • Psalm 127
  • Psalm 128
  • Psalm 129
  • Psalm 130
  • Psalm 131
  • Psalm 132
  • Psalm 133
  • Psalm 134
  • Psalm 135
  • Psalm 136
  • Psalm 137
  • Psalm 138
  • Psalm 139
  • Psalm 140
  • Psalm 141
  • Psalm 142
  • Psalm 143
  • Psalm 144
  • Psalm 145
  • Psalm 146
  • Psalm 147
  • Psalm 148
  • Psalm 149
  • Psalm 150

 

Listen to all the Psalms recordings so far

Here’s a YouTube playlist of all the songs we’ve created so far.

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