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The Septuagint Psalter: Table of Contents and Links/Repost

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For those who may be new to OneSmallVoice.net, I’ve decided to repost this master index of articles about hearing the voice of Christ in the Psalms.

This post has been a long time coming. I’ve gathered up nearly everything I’ve ever posted over the years concerning the Psalter. I am one small voice, a nobody in both the academic and church worlds. But this is my testimony. Christians have always encouraged Christians by sharing their testimonies. I hope that this life-love of mine will encourage others to move forward in their own reading of God’s Word. God wrote the Bible for the “nobodies” of this world to read and find his love and hope within its pages. You do not need experts to profit from God’s word. God’s Holy Spirit in your heart is the only expert you need. God bless you!

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The text I use most often when writing about the Psalter is the Septuagint. Its numbering system differs from the numbering of most English language Bibles. The index below uses the Masoretic numbering system found in popular versions, such as the ESV, NIV, and NET, with the Septuagint number in parenthesis. Each of the article titles is a link to an article written by Christina Wilson on this site, OneSmallVoice.net.

Bibliographies by This Author for These Articles

Christ in the Psalms: Bibliograpy

Christ in the Psalm: An Annotated Bibliography

Psalms by Number

1(1) Introduction to the Psalter

1(1) Headwater to the Psalter

1(1) If You Eat All That Candy, You’ll Get Worms in Your Stomach

1(1) Devotional

2(2) A Royal Psalm, Psalmic Prophecy, and Speech

2(2) Blessings to the King: An Apology (Apologia)

3(3) Does God Have Multiple Personalities?

4(4) Jesus’ Prayer Closet

4(4) A Peek Inside the Prayer Closet 

5(5) Defining Unrighteousness

6(6) Enter God’s Wrath

6(6) Penitential Psalms: Psalm 6

6(6) Penitential Psalms: The Amazing Psalm 6–Windup to the Pitch

6(6) Penitential Psalms: The Amazing Psalm 6 (continued)

7(7) Penitential Psalms: After Psalm 6–Psalms 7 and 8

7(7) Psalms 7 and 37: Dynamic Duo

8(8) Humanity in General or Christ in Particular?

8(8) Penitential Psalms: Psalm 8–Closing the Overture

9 and 10(9) Psalms 9 and 10: Justice

9 and 10(9) Psalms 9 and 10: A Reader’s Theater

11(10) See the sidebar explanation in “Psalms 9 and 10: Justice.”  Psalm “10” in the Septuagint is Psalm 11 in the Masoretic. I currently have no post for this psalm.

12(11) An Example of Reading Across Psalms for a Complete Messianic Portrait

13(12) Life as Paradox

15(14) God’s Take on Current Events

16(15 ) Running to God

17(16) God’s Son Has Been There, Done That

17(16) Connections: Psalms 47 and 17

18(17) Original Paraphrase–Papa Roars and Rescues

18(17) Up from the Grave He Arose! Psalms 18 and 118

18(17) Triplet of Psalms: 8, 88, 118

18(17) Resurrection

18(17) Devotional: Turning Back to Thank and Praise the Lord

21(19) A Structural Analysis

21(20) Devotional: Jesus’ Victory Is Our Victory

22(21) Dialogue in Psalm 22

22(21) Psalms 22, 38, and 88: Which Are Messianic?

22(21) Sisters: Psalms 22 and 102

24(23) Psalm 24: Formal and Boring? Or Dramatic and Exciting? 

25(24) Change of Person and Multiple Speakers

25(24) God Is Invitation

25(24) Psalms 25 and 26: Guilty or Innocent?

26(25) Psalms 25 and 26: Guilty or Innocent? 

28(27) Why the Septuagint? Part 1–Background

28(27) Why the Septuagint? Part 2–Specifics and an Exhortation

30(29):5 Weeping May Last for the Night…But Joy!

30(29):5 Weeping Replaced by Joy: Psalm 30:5

30(29) The King Rejoices Over His Resurrection

32(31) Penitential Psalms: Psalm 32–How Could Christ Pray the Words of a Sinner?

32(31) Penitential Psalms: Psalm 32–Grace

33(32) A Criticism of NET Word Choice in Psalm 33:6 

33(32) For Lovers of God

37(36) Psalms 7 and 37: Dynamic Duo

37(36) Psalm 37:23-24 Devotional: When Christians Fail

38(37) Psalms 22, 38, and 88: Which Are Messianic?

38(37) Penitential Psalms: Psalm 38–Christ’s Passion Speaks Loudly

42(41) Love Letter from the Cross

42(41) An Example of Reading Across Psalms for a Complete Messianic Portrait

43(42) Rejection

47(46) Connections: Psalms 47 and 17

51(50) Penitential Psalms: A Personal God of Love

52(51) Good Versus Evil Defined

56-60(55-59) Psalms 56-60: A Packet–The Superscriptions

56-60(55-59) Psalms 56-60: “For the End”–Its New Testament Meaning

56(55) Psalms 56-60: A Packet–Psalm 56 

57(56) Psalms 56-60: A Packet–Psalm 57 Let All Peoples Rejoice!

58(57) Psalms 56-60: A Packet–Psalm 58 Enter Judgment

59(58) Psalms 56-60: A Packet–Psalm 59 

60(59) Psalms 56-60: A Packet–Psalm 60 Restoration of Israel

68(67):1-6 A Harry Potter Kind of Celebration

72(71) An Example of Reading Across Psalms for a Complete Messianic Portrait

77(76) Discouragement that Leads to Hope 

82(81) God Favors the Poor and Needy

88(87) Psalms 22, 38, and 88: Which Are Messianic?

88(87) Psalm 88: The Sorrows of Our Lord Jesus Christ

88(87) A Tenebrae Psalm

88(87) Triplet of Psalms: 8, 88, 118

89(88) A Short Devotional

89(88) History to the Foot of the Cross

100(99) Thanksgiving Day in Psalms

102(101) An Example of Reading Across Psalms for a Complete Messianic Portrait

102(101) Sister of Psalm 22: Psalm 102

102(101) Penitential Psalms: Psalm 102 Devotional

102(101) Penitential Psalms: Psalm 102–Summary of Its Dialogic Structure

102(101) Penitential Psalms: Psalm 102–God’s Son Speaks: Technical Background

102(101) Penitential Psalms: Psalm 102–Who Is Speaking?

102(101) Penitential Psalms: Psalm 102–Why Penitential?

103(102) Bless the Lord, O My Soul!

103(102) Psalm 103 in Big Sycamore

107(106) Gone Fishing

116(115) Psalm 116:1-9–Simple and Beautiful; Beautifully Simple

116(115) Christ Loves the Father 

116(115):11 All Mankind Are Liars 

118(117) Up from the Grave He Arose! Psalms 18 and 118

118(117) Triplet of Psalms: 18, 88, 118

121(120) Psalm 121

130(129) Penitential Psalms: Psalm 130–Praying from the Grave

130(129) Waiting Out the Storm: Psalm 130

132(131) An Example of Reading Across Psalms for a Complete Messianic Portrait

132(131) Intercession and Divine Speech 

132(131) Concrete-Literal and Spiritual-Literal

137(136) Biblically Sanctioned Violence?

142(141) You Are Not Alone–Help Is on Its Way 

143(142) Penitential Psalms: Psalm 143–Knowing Who We Are in Christ

146(145) When Humankind Fails Us

Overviews of Psalms and How to Read Scripture

Why I Write About Psalms 

What Are Psalms?

Engaging Spiritual Battle: Psalms’ Prophetic Prayers and Praises

Psalms and the Message of the Bible: A Word about Themes

Psalms Are Interactive

What Do Authors Say About Christ in Psalms?

Psalms Bible Study: Introduction

Are People Writing and Singing Psalms Today?: One Popular Example

My Take on God as He Appears in Psalms

Psalms as Prayers of Christ

Psalms as Jigsaw Puzzle

Why a Jigsaw Puzzle?

Psalms: Poetic Prophecy

Which Bible Should I Use?

The Holy Spirit in the Reader

Intellectual Assent Versus Desire 

Pursue Your Hunger

God Is Willing to Talk to You

Bible Study at Home: A Simple How-To

A Hebrew Poetic Couplet: John 3 and 4–Section 2, Jesus Evangelizes a Rabbi

A Hebrew Poetic Couplet: John 3 and 4–Section 1, Jesus Evangelizes a Sinful Woman

How Could a Loving God Allow This?

Gramma, How Do You Know That God Exists?

Primer: How Do I Know that God Is Real?

What Profit Is There in Reading a Devotional Written by Another?

Poverty of Spirit as Psychic Pain

Thanksgiving Day in Psalms

Penitential Psalms

The Penitential Psalms: A Fresh Look

Penitential Psalms: A Big Mix-Up?

Penitential Psalms: Psalm 6

Penitential Psalms: The Amazing Psalm 6–Windup to the Pitch

Penitential Psalms: The Amazing Psalm 6 (continued)

Penitential Psalms: After Psalm 6–Psalms 7 and 8

Penitential Psalms: Psalm 8–Closing the Overture

Penitential Psalms: Psalm 32–How Could Christ Pray the Words of a Sinner?

Penitential Psalms: Psalm 32–Grace

Penitential Psalms: Psalm 38–Christ’s Passion Speaks Loudly

Penitential Psalms: Psalm 51–A Personal God of Love

Penitential Psalms–Psalm 102: Why Penitential?

Penitential Psalms: Psalm 102–Who Is Speaking?

Penitential Psalms: Psalm 102–God’s Son Speaks: Technical Background

Penitential Psalms: Psalm 102–Summary of Its Dialogic Structure

Penitential Psalms: Psalm 102–Devotional

Penitential Psalms: Psalm 130–Praying from the Grave

Penitential Psalms: Psalm 143–Knowing Who We Are in Christ

Penitential Psalms: Conclusion 

 

 

 


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