EXPLANATION - This will be an ongoing Psalms project and will consist primarily of the superlative work the Treasury of David by Charles Haddon Spurgeon set in a verse by verse format so that each verse can be linked separately. This will be supplemented with comments on individual verses, Hebrew word studies, Greek word studies from the Septuagint and cross references from the prodigious Treasury of Scripture knowledge (TSK)
Credit/attribution - Most of this material is from C H Spurgeon's summum bonum the Treasury of David. Notes will be added as time permits using other sources.
KJV Psalm 116:1 I love the LORD, because he hath heard my voice and my supplications.
NET Psalm 116:1 I love the LORD because he heard my plea for mercy,
Introduction - This page will feature psalms linked to songs that use the words of the psalm. Years ago I had a CD (some of you may not know what a CD is!) that was a compilation of psalms associated with songs and it was absolutely wonderful. Sadly I lost the CD and have never found anything quite like it, so I decided to do my own version. This will be an ongoing project and there will be no attempt to find songs matching every psalm. If you know of some songs that use the words of a specific psalm, please let me know. Thank you.
BGT Psalm 36:1 τοῦ Δαυιδ μὴ παραζήλου ἐν πονηρευομένοις μηδὲ ζήλου τοὺς ποιοῦντας τὴν ἀνομίαν
NET Psalm 37:1 By David. Do not fret when wicked men seem to succeed! Do not envy evildoers!
LXE Psalm 37:1 <A Psalm of David.> Fret not thyself because of evil-doers, neither be envious of them that do iniquity.
NLT Psalm 37:1 A psalm of David. Don't worry about the wicked or envy those who do wrong.
The links below are to 365 brief, pithy and practical devotionals on the Psalms by Dr Warren Wiersbe. This is an excellent resource for ideas and quotes if you are preaching or teaching the Psalms. I know one man who is using these devotionals daily in discipling his daughters. The links below are the old links so they might open somewhat slower. Be patient.