Collection of Biblical hymns, i.e. sacred songs or poems used in worship and non-canonical passages.
Psalms are prayers from the Bible that people often sing.
A book of the Writings attributed to David, the Pslams are part of the daily liturgy. These songs of praise are also read in the house of mourning.
(te-heel-LEEM) n. Psalms. Book of Psalms. Sacred prayerbook and hymnal of the Tanakh. Divided into five separate books (Psalms 1-41, 42-72, 73-89, 90-106, and 107-150, respectively). Messianic Psalms include 2, 8, 16, 22, 45, 69, 72, 89, 100, 118, 132. Tehillim means “praises.
an Old Testament book consisting of a collection of 150 Psalms
The Book of Psalms in the bible which is contains 150 songs, poems, and prayers.
A portion from the ancient Jewish hymn book found in scripture (the Book of Psalms) and in the Book of Common Prayer.
A book of Old Testament comprising 'song of praise' by David.
'A sacred song' - in the Anglican tradition these are the biblical Psalms of David. The most common are those set in the Book of Common Prayer (BCP), translated by Miles Coverdale, and renowned for their use of the English language.
The Psalms are a collection of songs or hymns some of which date back some three thousand years and are collected together in a book of the Old Testament and associated with King David. The subject matter covers a whole range of emotions and relations between God and humanity. These prayers and cries of joy and anguish have sustained people for centuries and are still used both in public worship and private prayer by Jews and Christians today.
A book of the Bible from which passages are often quoted.
Psalms (from the Greek: Psalmoi ("songs sung to a harp", originally from psallein "play on a stringed instrument"), Î¨Î±Î»Î¼Î¿Î¯; Hebrew: Tehilim, ×ª×”×™×œ×™×) is a book of the Hebrew Bible, Tanakh or Old Testament.