A sacred song; a poetical composition for use in the praise or worship of God.
Especially, one of the hymns by David and others, collected into one book of the Old Testament, or a modern metrical version of such a hymn for public worship.
To extol in psalms; to sing; as, psalming his praises.
A Biblical poem written to be chanted or sung during worship.
sacred poem or song, notably those of the Hebrew "Book of Praises"; the term is usually reserved to refer to the 150 Psalms found in the Old Testament Book of Psalms of the Bible. Psalms form an important part of the Office in the Roman Liturgy. [See Psalter.] [GSD; GJC
a poetic hymn addressed to God abbreviation for "Quelle," the German word for "source;" Q is a hypothetical sayings source shared by "Matthew" and "Luke." Many scholars have attempted to reconstruct this source, often viewed as a literary collection similar to what is found in the Gospel of Thomas.
one of the 150 lyrical poems and prayers that comprise the Book of Psalms in the Old Testament; said to have been written by David
any sacred song used to praise the Deity
sing or celebrate in psalms; "He psalms the works of God"
a blessing on the lips of the people, a hymn in praise of God, the assembly's homage, a general acclamation, a word that speaks for all, the voice of the Church, a confession of faith in a song
a free-form poem in praise of God
a kind of Scripture that God inspired not just to speak to us, but also to speak for us
an intense personal prayer between a man and his God
a poetic song of praise, prayer, reflection or lament
a sacred song of praise
a satiric poem
a song or a saga to be performed with plucked instruments
a song or poem in praise of God
a song which by defination is repetetive
A sacred poem of worship from the Old Testament.
an extract from the Old Testament book of Psalms, a series of hymns of praise to God
Any of the 150 sacred Songs and Prayers that together constitute the Book of Psalms of the Old Testament.
A book in the Old Testament of the Bible. They are very old songs and are used in church either as hymns, readings or as prayers.
A portion from the ancient Jewish hymn book found in Scripture (The Book of Psalms) and in The Book of CommonPrayer (see BCP, 585-808).
religious song or poem of praise in the Old Testament collected in the Book of Psalms; from the Greek psalmós = string play, chant, song of praise. [ Psalm; Three Gazes into an Opal; Bequest: Psalm; Psalm version 1] back To the initials of the items
Closing up the first side of Roxy Music's November 1973 album Stranded, "Psalm" starts out as a soft organ, then Bryan Ferry's voice comes in, then Paul Thompson's drums, then Phil Manzanera's guitar, then Andy Mackay's oboe followed by Eddie Jobson's violin. The London Welsh Male Choir is also present on this song. Although this song features on the third Roxy Music album, Bryan Ferry has quoted it was the first song he ever wrote.