2022 Study Summary 35: Let Everything That Has Breath Praise The Lord
Psalms 102–103; 110; 116–119; 127–128; 135–139; 146–150
“Let Everything That Has Breath Praise The Lord”
Psalm 102. The psalmist offers a prayer of the afflicted—Zion will be built up when the Lord appears in His glory—Though the heaven and earth perish, the Lord who created them will endure forever.
Psalm 103. David exhorts the Saints to bless the Lord for His mercy—The Lord is merciful unto those who keep His commandments.
Psalm 110. A messianic psalm of David—Christ will sit on the Lord’s right hand—He will be a priest forever after the order of Melchizedek.
Psalm 116. Gracious is the Lord, and righteous—Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His Saints.
Psalm 117. Praise the Lord for His mercy and truth.
Psalm 118. A messianic psalm—Let all Israel say of the Lord, His mercy endures forever—The Stone that the builders refused is become the headstone of the corner—Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.
Psalm 119. Blessed are they who keep the commandments.
Psalm 127. Children are a heritage from the Lord.
Psalm 128. Blessed are those who fear the Lord and walk in His ways.
Psalm 135. Praise and bless the Lord—Our Lord is above all gods; idols cannot see, hear, or speak.
Psalm 136. Give thanks unto God for all things, for His mercy endures forever.
Psalm 137. While in captivity, the Jews wept by the rivers of Babylon—Because of sorrow, they could not bear to sing the songs of Zion.
Psalm 138. David praises the Lord for His loving kindness and truth—He worships toward the holy temple.
Psalm 139. David says that the Lord knows all man’s thoughts and doings—He asks, Where can man go to escape from the spirit and presence of the Lord?—Man is fearfully and wonderfully made.
Psalm 146. Happy are they whose hope is in the Lord—The Lord frees the prisoners, loves the righteous, and reigns forever.
Psalm 147. Praise the Lord for His power—His understanding is infinite—He sends His commandments, His word, His statutes, and His judgments unto Israel.
Psalm 148. Let all things praise the Lord: men and angels, the heavenly bodies, the elements and the earth, and all things thereon.
Psalm 149. Praise the Lord in the congregation of the Saints—He will beautify the meek with salvation.
Psalm 150. Praise God in His sanctuary—Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.