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About the Psalms

The Psalms / Descriptive Information: 

According to the Douay Rheims Translation

According to the NAB [Ordered by Psalm No.]

According to the NAB [Ordered Alphabetically]


About the Psalms

The psalms may be referred to as "a catechesis of prayer". They appear in the Old Testament and are traditionally numbered at 150. The book of psalms (or the Psalter) is sometimes collected into five books. The subject matter of the psalms varies and includes pleas for God's assistance, laments, thanksgiving, praise, expressions of trust, and other items. Many of the psalms are attributed to King David, while the rest are attributed other writers (all under the influence of the Holy Spirit). 

The psalms have been used for prayer since the earliest days of the Church. They appear in the liturgy, in songs, etc. Psalms have also been used privately for prayer and reflection. Note that Jesus Himself quoted from the Psalms while on the Cross (click here for more information).

Note that titles and descriptive information which may be applied to the Psalms are not original and may vary among translations / editions. Also note that numbering of the Psalms may vary [for example, traditional numbering may be one number less than modern numbering for Psalms 9/10-146/147]. The following descriptive information is from a popular, traditional Scripture translation (the Douay Rheims), as well as a modern Bible translation which has been in frequent use (the NAB). Reminder: Consult appropriate, competent Church authorities for assistance in interpreting / applying Scripture. Interpretation and application of Scripture should not be contrary to the perennial, official teaching of the Roman Catholic Church. Do not take Scripture passages out of context. Do not inflict (or wish) harm on yourself or others, break laws, take unsuitable / incautious or inappropriate / drastic actions, or take figurative items literally. We are not responsible for any interpretation / misinterpretation, application / misapplication, use / misuse, etc. of Scripture. Use of site is at your own risk and is subject to our terms of use. 


The Psalms / According to the Douay Rheims Translation

Psalms Chapter

Descriptive Information [From the Douay Rheims Translation]

1

The happiness of the just and the evil state of the wicked.

2

The vain efforts of persecutors against Christ and his church.

3

The prophet's danger and delivery from his son Absalom: mystically, the passion and resurrection of Christ.

4

The prophet teacheth us to flee to God in tribulation, with confidence in him.

5

A prayer to God against the iniquities of men.

6

A prayer of a penitent sinner, under the scourge of God. The first penitential psalm.

7

David, trusting in the justice of his cause, prayeth for God's help against his enemies.

8

God is wonderful in his works; especially in mankind, singularly exalted by the incarnation of Christ.

9

The church praiseth God for his protection against her enemies.

10

The just man's confidence in God in the midst of persecutions.

11

The prophet calls for God's help against the wicked.

12

A prayer in tribulation.

13

The general corruption of man before our redemption by Christ.

14

What kind of men shall dwell in the heavenly Sion.

15

Christ's future victory and triumph over the world and death.

16

A just man's prayer in tribulation against the malice of his enemy.

17

David's thanks to God for his delivery from all his enemies.

18

The works of God shew forth his glory: his law is greatly to be esteemed and loved.

19

A prayer for the king.

20

Praise to God for Christ's exaltation after his passion.

21

Christ's passion: and the conversion of the Gentiles.

22

God's spiritual benefits to faithful souls.

23

Who are they that shall ascend to heaven: Christ's triumphant ascension thither.

24

A prayer for grace, mercy, and protection against our enemies.

25

David's prayer to God in his distress, to be delivered, that he may come to worship him in his tabernacle.

26

David's faith and hope in God.

27

David's prayer that his enemies may not prevail over him.

28

An invitation to glorify God, with a commemoration of his mighty works.

29

David praiseth God for his deliverance, and his merciful dealings with him.

30

A prayer of a just man under affliction.

31

The second penitential psalm.

32

An exhortation to praise God, and to trust in him.

33

An exhortation to the praise, and service of God.

34

David, in the person of Christ, prayeth against his persecutors: prophetically foreshewing the punishments that shall fall upon them.

35

The malice of sinners, and the goodness of God.

36

An exhortation to despise this world; and the short prosperity of the wicked; and to trust in Providence.

37

A prayer of a penitent for the remission of his sins. The third penitential psalm.

38

A just man's peace and patience in his sufferings; considering the vanity of the world, and the providence of God.

39

Christ's coming, and redeeming mankind.

40

The happiness of him that shall believe in Christ; notwithstanding the humility and poverty in which he shall come: the malice of his enemies, especially of the traitor Judas.

41

The fervent desire of the just after God: hope in afflictions.

42

The prophet aspireth after the temple and altar of God.

43

The church commemorates former favours, and present afflictions; under which she prays for succour.

44

The excellence of Christ's kingdom, and the endowments of his church.

45

The church in persecution trusteth in the protection of God.

46

The Gentiles are invited to praise God for the establishment of the kingdom of Christ.

47

God is greatly to be praised for the establishment of his church.

48

The folly of worldlings, who live on in sin, without thinking of death or hell.

49

The coming of Christ: who prefers virtue and inward purity before the blood of victims.

50

The repentance and confession of David after his sin. The fourth penitential psalm.

51

David condemneth the wickedness of Doeg, and foretelleth his destruction.

52

The general corruption of man before the coming of Christ.

53

A prayer for help in distress.

54

A prayer of a just man under persecution from the wicked. It agrees to Christ persecuted by the Jews, and betrayed by Judas.

55

A prayer of David in danger and distress.

56

The prophet prays in his affliction, and praises God for his delivery.

57

David reproveth the wicked, and foretelleth their punishment.

58

A prayer to be delivered from the wicked, with confidence in God's help and protection. It agrees to Christ and his enemies the Jews. [Note: Of course not all Jews are Christ's enemies. The first converts to the Church were among the Jews, as were many of Christ's disciples. In any event, we are called to love all persons] 

59

After many afflictions, the church of Christ shall prevail.

60

A prayer for the coming of the kingdom of Christ, which shall have no end.

61

The prophet encourageth himself and all others to trust in God, and serve him.

62

The prophet aspireth after God.

63

A prayer in affliction, with confidence in God that he will bring to nought the machinations of persecutors.

64

God is to be praised in his church, to which all nations shall be called.

65

An invitation to praise God.

66

A prayer for the propagation of the church.

67

The glorious establishment of the church of the New Testament, prefigured by the benefits bestowed on the people of Israel.

68

Christ in his passion declareth the greatness of his sufferings, and the malice of his persecutors the Jews; and foretelleth their reprobation. [Note: Not all Jews were  Jesus' persecutors, but only certain of them. Remember that the first converts to the Church were among the Jews, as were many of Christ's disciples. In any event, we are called to love all persons] 

69

A prayer in persecution.

70

A prayer for perseverance.

71

A prophecy of the coming of Christ, and of his kingdom: prefigured by Solomon and his happy reign.

72

The temptation of the weak, upon seeing the prosperity of the wicked, is overcome by the consideration of the justice of God, who will quickly render to every one according to his works.

73

A prayer of the church under grievous persecutions.

74

There is a just judgment to come: therefore let the wicked take care.

75

God is known in his church: and exerts his power in protecting it. It alludes to the slaughter of the Assyrians, in the days of king Ezechias.

76

The faithful have recourse to God in trouble of mind, with confidence in his mercy and power.

77

God's great benefits to the people of Israel, notwithstanding their ingratitude.

78

The church in time of persecution prayeth for relief. It seems to belong to the time of the Machabees.

79

A prayer for the church in tribulation, commemorating God's former favours.

80

An invitation to a solemn praising of God.

81

An exhortation to judges and men in power.

82

A prayer against the enemies of God's church.

83

The soul aspireth after heaven; rejoicing in the mean time, in being in the communion of God's church upon earth.

84

The coming of Christ, to bring peace and salvation to man.

85

A prayer for God's grace to assist us to the end.

86

The glory of the church of Christ.

87

A prayer of one under grievous affliction: it agrees to Christ in his passion, and alludes to his death and burial.

88

The perpetuity of the church of Christ, in consequence of the promise of God: which, notwithstanding, God permits her to suffer sometimes most grievous afflictions.

89

A prayer for the mercy of God: recounting the shortness and miseries of the days of man.

90

The just is secure under the protection of God.

91

God is to be praised for his wondrous works.

92

The glory and stability of the kingdom; that is, of the church of Christ.

93

God shall judge and punish the oppressors of his people.

94

An invitation to adore and serve God, and to hear his voice.

95

An exhortation to praise God for the coming of Christ and his kingdom.

96

All are invited to rejoice at the glorious coming and reign of Christ.

97

All are again invited to praise the Lord, for the victories of Christ.

98

The reign of the Lord in Sion: that is, of Christ in his church.

99

All are invited to rejoice in God the creator of all.

100

The prophet exhorteth all by his example, to follow mercy and justice.

101

A prayer for one in affliction: the fifth penitential psalm.

102

Thanksgiving to God for his mercies.

103

God is to be praised for his mighty works, and wonderful providence.

104

A thanksgiving to God for his benefits to his people Israel.

105

A confession of the manifold sins and ingratitudes of the Israelites.

106

All are invited to give thanks to God for his perpetual providence over men..

107

The prophet praiseth God for benefits received.

108

David in the person of Christ, prayeth against his persecutors; more especially the traitor Judas: foretelling and approving his just punishment for his obstinacy in sin and final impenitence.

109

Christ's exaltation and everlasting priesthood.

110

God is to be praised for his graces, and benefits to his church.

111

The good man is happy.

112

God is to be praised for his regard to the poor and humble.

113

God hath shewn his power in delivering his people: idols are vain. The Hebrews divide this into two psalms.

114

The prayer of a just man in affliction, with a lively confidence in God.

115

This in the Hebrew is joined with the foregoing psalm, and continues to express the faith and gratitude of the psalmist.

116

All nations are called upon to praise God for his mercy and truth.

117

The psalmist praiseth God for his delivery from evils: putteth his whole trust in him; and foretelleth the coming of Christ.

118

Of the excellence of virtue consisting in the love and observance of the commandments of God.

119

A prayer in tribulation.

120

God is the keeper of his servants.

121

The desire and hope of the just for the coming of the kingdom of God, and the peace of his church.

122

A prayer in affliction, with confidence in God.

123

The church giveth glory to God for her deliverance, from the hands of her enemies.

124

The just are always under God's protection.

125

The people of God rejoice at their delivery from captivity.

126

Nothing can be done without God's grace and blessing.

127

The fear of God is the way to happiness.

128

The church of God is invincible: her persecutors come to nothing.

129

A prayer of a sinner, trusting in the mercies of God. The sixth penitential psalm.

130

The prophet's humility.

131

A prayer for the fulfilling of the promise made to David.

132

The happiness of brotherly love and concord.

133

An exhortation to praise God continually.

134

An exhortation to praise God: the vanity of idols.

135

God is to be praised for his wonderful works.

136

The lamentation of the people of God in their captivity in Babylon.

137

Thanksgiving to God for his benefits.

138

God's special providence over his servants.

139

A prayer to be delivered from the wicked.

140

A prayer against sinful words, and deceitful flatterers.

141

A prayer of David in extremity of danger.

142

The psalmist in tribulation calleth upon God for his delivery. The seventh penitential psalm.

143

The prophet praiseth God, and prayeth to be delivered from his enemies. No worldly happiness is to be compared with that of serving God.

144

A psalm of praise, to the infinite majesty of God.

145

We are not to trust in men, but in God alone.

146

An exhortation to praise God for his benefits.

147

The church is called upon to praise God for his peculiar graces and favours to his people. In the Hebrew, this psalm is joined to the foregoing.

148

All creatures are invited to praise their Creator.

149

The church is particularly bound to praise God.

150

An exhortation to praise God with all sorts of instruments.

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The Psalms / According to the NAB [Ordered by Psalm No.]

Psalm(s)

Description [From NAB]

1

True Happiness in God's Law

2

A Psalm for a Royal Coronation

3

Threatened but Trusting

4

Trust in God

5

Prayer for Divine Help

6

Prayer in Distress

7

God the Vindicator

8

Divine Majesty and Human Dignity

9

Thanksgiving for the Overthrow of Hostile Nations

10

Prayer for Help Against Oppressors

11

Confidence in the Presence of God

12

Prayer Against Evil Tongues

13

Prayer in Time of Illness

14

A Lament Over Widespread Corruption

15

The Righteous Israelite

16

God the Supreme Good

17

Prayer for Rescue from Persecutors

18

A King's Thanksgiving for Victory

19

God's Glory in the Heavens and in the Law

20

Prayer for the King in Time of War

21

Thanksgiving and Assurance for the King

22

The Prayer of an Innocent Person

23

The Lord, Shepherd and Host

24

The Glory of God in Procession to Zion

25

Confident Prayer for Forgiveness and Guidance

26

Prayer of Innocence

27

Trust in God

28

Petition and Thanksgiving

29

The Lord of Majesty Acclaimed as King of the World

30

Thanksgiving for Deliverance

31

Prayer in Distress and Thanksgiving for Escape

32

Remission of Sin

33

Praise of God's Power and Providence

34

Thanksgiving to God Who Delivers the Just

35

Prayer for Help Against Unjust Enemies

36

Human Wickedness and Divine Providence

37

The Fate of Sinners and the Reward of the Just

38

Prayer of an Afflicted Sinner

39

The Vanity of Life

40

Gratitude and Prayer for Help

41

Thanksgiving After Sickness

42-43

Longing for God's Presence In the Temple

44

God's Past Favor and Israel's Present Need

45

Song for a Royal Wedding

46

God, the Protector of Zion

47

The Ruler of All the Nations

48

The Splendor of the Invincible City

49

Confidence in God Rather Than in Riches

50

The Acceptable Sacrifice

51

The Miserere: Prayer of Repentance

52

The Deceitful Tongue

53

A Lament Over Widespread Corruption

54

Confident Prayer in Great Peril

55

A Lament Over Betrayal

56

Trust in God

57

Confident Prayer for Deliverance

58

The Dethroning of Unjust Rulers

59

Complaint Against Bloodthirsty Enemies

60

Lament After Defeat in Battle

61

Prayer of the King in Time of Danger

62

Trust in God Alone

63

Ardent Longing for God

64

Treacherous Conspirators Punished by God

65

Thanksgiving for God's Blessings

66

Praise of God, Israel's Deliverer

67

Harvest Thanks and Petition

68

The Exodus and Conquest, Pledge of Future Help

69

A Cry of Anguish in Great Distress

70

Prayer for Divine Help

71

Prayer in Time of Old Age

72

A Prayer for the King

73

The Trial of the Just

74

Prayer at the Destruction of the Temple

75

God the Judge of the World

76

God Defends Zion

77

Confidence in God During National Distress

78

A New Beginning in Zion and David [the Shepherd]

79

A Prayer for Jerusalem

80

Prayer to Restore God's Vineyard

81

An Admonition to Fidelity

82

The Downfall of Unjust Gods

83

Prayer Against a Hostile Alliance

84

Prayer of a Pilgrim to Jerusalem

85

Prayer for Divine Favor

86

Prayer in Time of Distress

87

Zion the True Birthplace of Diaspora Pilgrims

88

A Despairing Lament

89

A Lament Over God's Promise to David

90

God's Eternity and Human Frailty

91

Security Under God's Protection

92

A Hymn of Thanksgiving for God's Fidelity

93

God is a Mighty King

94

A Prayer for Deliverance from the Wicked

95

A Call to Praise and Obedience

96

God of the Universe

97

The Divine Ruler of All

98

The Coming of God

99

The Holy King

100

Processional Hymn

101

Norm of Life for Rulers

102

Prayer in Time of Distress

103

Praise of Divine Goodness

104

Praise of God the Creator

105

God's Fidelity to the Promise

106

Israel's Confession of Sin

107

God the Savior of Those in Distress

108

Prayer for Victory

109

Prayer of a Person Falsely Accused

110

God Appoints the King both King and Priest

111

Praise of God for Goodness to Israel

112

The Blessings of the Just

113

Praise of God's Care of the Poor

114

The Lord's Wonders at the Exodus

115

The Greatness of the True God

116

Thanksgiving to God Who Saves from Death

117

The Nations Called to Praise

118

Hymn of Thanksgiving

119

A Prayer to God, the Lawgiver

120

Prayer of a Returned Exile

121

The Lord My Guardian

122

A Pilgrim's Prayer for Jerusalem

123

Reliance on the Lord

124

God, the Rescuer of the People

125

Israel's Protector

126

The Reversal of Zion's Fortunes

127

The Need of God's Blessing

128

The Happy Home of the Just

129

Against Israel's Enemies

130

Prayer for Pardon and Mercy

131

Humble Trust in God

132

The Covenant Between David and God

133

A Vision of a Blessed Community

134

Exhortation to the Night Watch to Bless God

135

Praise of God, the Ruler and Benefactor of Israel

136

Hymn of Thanksgiving for God's Everlasting Love

137

Sorrow and Hope in Exile

138

Hymn of a Grateful Heart

139

The All-knowing and Ever-present God

140

Prayer for Deliverance from the Wicked

141

Prayer of a Just Man to be Saved From Wickedness

142

A Prayer In Time of Trouble

143

A Prayer in Distress

144

A Prayer for Victory and Prosperity

145

The Greatness and Goodness of God

146

Trust in God the Creator and Redeemer

147

God's Word Restores Jerusalem

148

All Creation Summoned to Praise

149

Praise God with Song and Sword

150

Final Doxology

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The Psalms / According to the NAB [Ordered Alphabetically]

Psalm(s)

Description [From NAB]

50

The Acceptable Sacrifice

129

Against Israel's Enemies

148

All Creation Summoned to Praise

139

The All-knowing and Ever-present God

81

An Admonition to Fidelity

63

Ardent Longing for God

112

The Blessings of the Just

95

A Call to Praise and Obedience

98

The Coming of God

59

Complaint Against Bloodthirsty Enemies

77

Confidence in God During National Distress

49

Confidence in God Rather Than in Riches

11

Confidence in the Presence of God

57

Confident Prayer for Deliverance

25

Confident Prayer for Forgiveness and Guidance

54

Confident Prayer in Great Peril

132

The Covenant Between David and God

69

A Cry of Anguish in Great Distress

52

The Deceitful Tongue

88

A Despairing Lament

58

The Dethroning of Unjust Rulers

8

Divine Majesty and Human Dignity

97

The Divine Ruler of All

82

The Downfall of Unjust Gods

134

Exhortation to the Night Watch to Bless God

68

The Exodus and Conquest, Pledge of Future Help

37

The Fate of Sinners and the Reward of the Just

150

Final Doxology

24

The Glory of God in Procession to Zion

110

God Appoints the King both King and Priest

76

God Defends Zion

93

God is a Mighty King

96

God of the Universe

75

God the Judge of the World

46

God, the Protector of Zion

124

God, the Rescuer of the People

107

God the Savior of Those in Distress

16

God the Supreme Good

7

God the Vindicator

90

God's Eternity and Human Frailty

105

God's Fidelity to the Promise

19

God's Glory in the Heavens and in the Law

44

God's Past Favor and Israel's Present Need

147

God's Word Restores Jerusalem

40

Gratitude and Prayer for Help

145

The Greatness and Goodness of God

115

The Greatness of the True God

128

The Happy Home of the Just

67

Harvest Thanks and Petition

99

The Holy King

36

Human Wickedness and Divine Providence

131

Humble Trust in God

138

Hymn of a Grateful Heart

118

Hymn of Thanksgiving

136

Hymn of Thanksgiving for God's Everlasting Love

92

A Hymn of Thanksgiving for God's Fidelity

106

Israel's Confession of Sin

125

Israel's Protector

18

A King's Thanksgiving for Victory

60

Lament After Defeat in Battle

55

A Lament Over Betrayal

89

A Lament Over God's Promise to David

14

A Lament Over Widespread Corruption

53

A Lament Over Widespread Corruption

42-43

Longing for God's Presence In the Temple

121

The Lord My Guardian

29

The Lord of Majesty Acclaimed as King of the World

23

The Lord, Shepherd and Host

114

The Lord's Wonders at the Exodus

51

The Miserere: Prayer of Repentance

117

The Nations Called to Praise

127

The Need of God's Blessing

78

A New Beginning in Zion and David [the Shepherd]

101

Norm of Life for Rulers

28

Petition and Thanksgiving

122

A Pilgrim's Prayer for Jerusalem

149

Praise God with Song and Sword

103

Praise of Divine Goodness

111

Praise of God for Goodness to Israel

66

Praise of God, Israel's Deliverer

104

Praise of God the Creator

135

Praise of God, the Ruler and Benefactor of Israel

113

Praise of God's Care of the Poor

33

Praise of God's Power and Providence

83

Prayer Against a Hostile Alliance

12

Prayer Against Evil Tongues

74

Prayer at the Destruction of the Temple

94

A Prayer for Deliverance from the Wicked

140

Prayer for Deliverance from the Wicked

85

Prayer for Divine Favor

5

Prayer for Divine Help

70

Prayer for Divine Help

10

Prayer for Help Against Oppressors

35

Prayer for Help Against Unjust Enemies

79

A Prayer for Jerusalem

130

Prayer for Pardon and Mercy

17

Prayer for Rescue from Persecutors

72

A Prayer for the King

20

Prayer for the King in Time of War

108

Prayer for Victory

144

A Prayer for Victory and Prosperity

6

Prayer in Distress

143

A Prayer in Distress

31

Prayer in Distress and Thanksgiving for Escape

86

Prayer in Time of Distress

102

Prayer in Time of Distress

13

Prayer in Time of Illness

71

Prayer in Time of Old Age

142

A Prayer In Time of Trouble

141

Prayer of a Just Man to be Saved From Wickedness

109

Prayer of a Person Falsely Accused

84

Prayer of a Pilgrim to Jerusalem

120

Prayer of a Returned Exile

38

Prayer of an Afflicted Sinner

22

The Prayer of an Innocent Person

26

Prayer of Innocence

61

Prayer of the King in Time of Danger

119

A Prayer to God, the Lawgiver

80

Prayer to Restore God's Vineyard

100

Processional Hymn

2

A Psalm for a Royal Coronation

123

Reliance on the Lord

32

Remission of Sin

126

The Reversal of Zion's Fortunes

15

The Righteous Israelite

47

The Ruler of All the Nations

91

Security Under God's Protection

45

Song for a Royal Wedding

137

Sorrow and Hope in Exile

48

The Splendor of the Invincible City

41

Thanksgiving After Sickness

21

Thanksgiving and Assurance for the King

30

Thanksgiving for Deliverance

65

Thanksgiving for God's Blessings

9

Thanksgiving for the Overthrow of Hostile Nations

34

Thanksgiving to God Who Delivers the Just

116

Thanksgiving to God Who Saves from Death

3

Threatened but Trusting

64

Treacherous Conspirators Punished by God

73

The Trial of the Just

1

True Happiness in God's Law

4

Trust in God

27

Trust in God

56

Trust in God

62

Trust in God Alone

146

Trust in God the Creator and Redeemer

39

The Vanity of Life

133

A Vision of a Blessed Community

87

Zion the True Birthplace of Diaspora Pilgrims


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