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- Reading the Text:
- NRSV (with link to Anglicized NRSV, Common Worship Psalter, ASB Psalter, and BCP Psalter) at Oremus Bible Browser.
- Hebrew Interlinear Bible, WLCv, WLC5, CHES, AV.
- The Bible Gateway: NRSV, RSV, NIV, NASB, CEV, The Message, KJV, etc.
- The Blue Letter Bible. KJV, alternate versions, Hebrew text with concordance, commentaries.
- The World Wide Study Bible includes commentary, exposition and sermons.
- Historical References, Commentary and
- "Devotion and Praise," Comparative World Scriptures from United Communities of Spirit.
- Chapter VII, On Baptism, Tertullian (c. 198)
- II.4, Paedagogus, Clement of Alexandria (c 200)
- From Augustine's Exposition on the Psalms.
- Rashi's Commentary, c. 1075. chabad.org.
- From the Geneva Notes.
- From Matthew Henry's Commentary.
- From Wesley's Notes. (Scroll down at their site to access unindexed Psalm commentary.)
- From the Commentary on the Whole Bible (Jamieson, Fausset and Brown, 1871).
- Contemporary Commentary, Studies, and Exegesis:
- "Let Everything That Breathes Praise the Lord!," Commented Bible Passages from Taize, 2013.
Psalm 150, Shauna Hannan, Preaching This
Week, WorkingPreacher.org, 2013.
- "Dare I suggest considering a sermon on something other than John 20 this Easter 2?"
Psalm 150, Kathryn Schifferdecker, Preaching This
Week, WorkingPreacher.org, 2010.
- "Prayer (including lament) leads to praise. It is the movement of the Christian life."
Commentary, Psalm 150:1-6, E. Dewey Smith, The African American
- "We celebrate and praise, in every manner possible, our God to whom we owe our very existence."
The Old Testament Readings,
Psalm 150, The Old Testament
Readings: Weekly Comments on the Revised Common Lectionary, Theological Hall of the Uniting Church,
- "While we need to be careful in what context we use such a psalm as Psalm 150, we should still use it."
- Articles & Background:
the Psalms," Lawrence S. Cunningham, University of Notre Dame.
- "In a doxological fashion, the psalms testify to the primordial truth of the entire biblical tradition. Negatively put, we are not condemned to complete autonomy. Positively put, we come out from God; we are sustained by God; and our proper destiny is to be with God."
- "Praying the Psalms," Lawrence S. Cunningham, University of Notre Dame. Theology Today, 1989.
- Recommended articles from ATLAS, an online collection of religion and theology journals, are linked below. ATLAS Access options are available for academic institutions, alumni of selected theological schools, and clergy/church offices.
- "Turning all into Alleluia," Samuel Wells, Faith and Leadership, 2012.
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- Hymns and Music:
- Hymnary.org, hymns, scores, media, information.
- The Seedbed Psalter, with selected tunes for singing.
- Contemporary/Praise Song suggestions, Together to Celebrate, David MacGregor.
- Hymns with Scripture Allusions: Psalm 150. The Cyber Hymnal.
- Hymn Selections, The Lutheran Hymnal, Lutheran Worship.
- Psalm 150 set to Dix (77 77 77) by Dale A. Schoening, Metrical Psalms.
- At Digital Hymnal (midi files, guitar chords, karaoke files, projection text):
- Fine Arts Images Linked at The Text This Week's Art Index:
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- Study Links and Resources for the Book of Psalms