Paragraph 2588

2588. The Psalter’s many forms of prayer take shape both in the liturgy of the Temple and in the human heart. Whether hymns or prayers of lamentation or thanksgiving, whether individual or communal, whether royal chants, songs of pilgrimage or wisdom meditations, the Psalms are a mirror of God’s marvelous deeds in the history of his people, as well as reflections of the human experiences of the Psalmist. Though a given psalm may reflect an event of the past, it still possesses such direct simplicity that it can be prayed in truth by men of all times and conditions.


Aprofunde seus conhecimentos

548. How did the first Christian community in Jerusalem pray?

328. What is the effect of ordination to the priesthood?

91. How did the two wills of the incarnate Word cooperate?

457. What place does the family occupy in society?

165. In what way is the Church holy?

89. How does the Church set forth the Mystery of the Incarnation?

191. How do they participate in the kingly office?


Acesse nossos estudos biblicos:

What does the promise of salvation and redemption in the midst of judgment in Micah 2:12-13 mean?

What can we learn about the growth of the early church in Jerusalem from Acts 2:41-47?

How can Ruth’s story, from widow to wife, inspire us to trust God and seek a fresh start in our lives?

What is Jesus’ Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem described in Mark 11:1-11?

The Dedication of the Temple in Jerusalem: Analysis of the Ceremony (1 Chronicles 22-29)

What is the message of Abdias 1:11 about Edom’s injustice and oppression of the weak?

What is Jeremiah’s message about God’s unconditional love?