Some of the most powerful prayers, as described by the Christian Post, are Exodus 33:13, Philippians 1:9-11 and Psalms 51:1-8. Exodus 33:13 reads "Now therefore, if I have found favor in your sight, please show me now your ways, that I may know you in order to find favo...
"A Psalm of Life" is a poem written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Its subtitle reads "What the heart of the young man said to the psalmist." It is the poet's response to blind faith in religion, especially Christianity.
The First Psalm of the Bible's Old Testament is a wisdom psalm that advises people to be righteous and follow God's law instead of being sinners. The psalm includes some classic Bible symbolism and imagery that compares a righteous person to a tree planted by a stream a...
The Book of Psalms is a book in the Hebrew and Christian bibles that contains a collection of song lyrics with religious themes. Scholars believe a variety of authors wrote the psalms over a large span of time, with many individual psalms attributed to King David.
Specific wording of Psalm 23 in the Hebrew or Old Testament Bible varies depending on the translation. Common translations of the Bible include the King James, New International Version and Revised Standard Version. All translations portray the Lord as a shepherd carefu...
Psalm 91 is a poem, composed by either Moses or David, that imparts a confidence in the safety provided by God to the reader. Some consider Psalm 91 to be a Messianic prophecy, particularly upon reading its second half.
The 23rd Psalm begins, "The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want." The Psalm continues with five more verses, all of which speak of the Lord's love, care and protection for His sheep.