Psalms, Part 1, Worksheet

Psalms, Part 1, Worksheet

The Book of Psalms is a collection of _____ and _______ of praise and worship to God.

The traditional Hebrew title for the Book of Psalms means "_______."

The Jewish people used the psalms in corporate ________ and personal devotion.

The first Christian churches were made up mainly of _______ believers, so it was natural that they would sing the psalms to ______ and _______ God.

The Book of Psalms contains _______ psalms, which were composed over a period of _____ years.

Originally the Book of Psalms was divided into ____ smaller books.

_____ wrote Psalms 1 through 41. David, _____ and the sons of _____ wrote Psalms 42 through 72.

Asaph, the sons of _____, David, Heman and _____ wrote Psalms 73 through 89.

_____, David and Solomon most likely wrote Psalms 90 through 106.

David and _______ most likely wrote Psalms 107 through 150.

Psalm ____ is the shortest chapter and the middle chapter of the Bible.

The psalms teach about the forgiveness of ___ by grace and about ___'s magnificent faithfulness.

The psalms teach us that God is always with us no matter what _______ in our lives.

Many psalms are called messianic psalms because they refer to the coming of the _______, Jesus.

Many verses from the ______ are quoted in the New Testament and explicitly refer to ______.

Psalm ___ describes Jesus' crucifixion. Psalms 2 and 110 tell us of His _____.

Psalm 51 is David's prayer of __________ after he had committed adultery with Bathsheba.

David wrote Psalm 3 when he fled from his son _______ and Psalm 18 when the Lord delivered him from the hand of all his enemies and from the hand of ____.

Memory Verse: "Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked or stand in the way of sinners or sit in the seat of mockers" (Psalm 1:1).

 

Psalms, Part 1

Go to the Word

Match each Scripture reference below with the correct verse, and then fill in the missing words.

Psalm 38:20 Psalm 10:5 Psalm 48:14 Psalm 3:1 Psalm 71:16

Psalm 35:17 Psalm 91:1 Psalm 34:22 Psalm 123:4

"O ____, how many are my foes! How many rise up against me!" Psalm ______

"His ways are always __________; he is haughty and your laws are far Psalm ______

from him; he sneers at all his enemies."

"O Lord, how long will you look on? ______ my life from their ravages, Psalm ______

my precious life from these lions."

"The Lord _______ his servants; no one will be condemned who takes Psalm ______

refuge in him."

"Those who _____ my good with evil slander me when I pursue what is Psalm ______

good."

"For this God is our God for ever and ever; he will be our _____ even Psalm ______

to the end."

"I will come and ________ your mighty acts, O _________ Lord; I will Psalm ______

proclaim your righteousness, yours alone."

"He who ______ in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow Psalm ______

of the Almighty."

"We have endured much ridicule from the proud, much ________ from Psalm ______

the arrogant."

Warren Simmons