Bible Basics: Psalms from Net Ministries:

A general introduction to the psalms and a commentary on each psalm from Matthew Henry's Commentary on Psalms:

An introduction to the psalms from HealingPsalms:

Helpful site introducing the psalms from Bible Tutor:

An introduction to "What is in a Psaml?" from

Site describing characteristics of the psalms:

An outline of the psalms:

An index of themes in the psalms:

Background material on the Psalms:

Psaml 23:
An analysis of Psalm 23:
A discussion of Psalm 23:
Site with many other links relating to Psalm 23:
Site with links to Psalm 48:
Site with links to Psalm 51:
Links about Psalm 91:
Links about Psalm 95:
Links about Psalm 107:
Links about Psalm 121:
Links about Psalm 137:
Site with links relating to Psalm 139:
Site about Psalm 150:

provided by Sister Heliena Krenn
The Book of Psalms is a book of hymns and prayers which the people of Israel used in their worship of God. The psalms were composed by different authors and eventually collected into one book. 1K 3: King Solomon, son and successor of King David, is famous for his wisdom and wealth.

Psalm 51 (OT p. 676) is said to be the prayer of David after he realized that he had done great wrong. What sentiments does it express? 

TERMS AND NAMES TO REMEMBER: psalms, hymns, wisdom, Solomon

Patterns for Life: Structure, Genre, and Theology in Psalms by Dennis Bratcher:

A chart entitled "Types of Psalms: Classifying the Psalms by Genre" by Dennis Bratcher:

A helpful mega-site called "Resources for the Book of Psalms":