Study Guide Psalms

Study Guide Psalms - 1 STUDY GUIDE New Oxford Annotated...

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STUDY GUIDE New Oxford Annotated Bible, Third edition Introduction to the Psalms and selected Psalms Read: Introduction to Psalms, HB 775-777. The word "psalm" comes from _________________ and _______________, meaning ________________________________. Some of these songs may have been written by individuals in response to specific situations. Look at Exodus 15:1-18. What is the occasion for this psalm? Other psalms may have been written specifically for worship. The dates of composition range over at least _____________ years. Whatever their origin, the Book of Psalms represents collections that were probably used in Solomon's Temple, and later in the Second Temple, that is, the Temple that was rebuilt when the Jewish people returned from exile. What does Psalm 26:6-7 suggest as a possible worship activity? What about 28:2? What does the annotation say about the typical Jewish attitude of prayer? What is a superscription?
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