PSALMI Audio in Limba Romana

PSALMI Audio in Limba Romana
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App Name PSALMI Audio in Limba Romana
Version 1.0
Developer Marian Barbutu
OS Android 4.1
Updated 2021-06-01
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The book of Psalms is probably the best known part of the Old Testament. It is a collection of 150 poems or songs written by various authors and is divided into five books (similar to the Pentateuch).

David wrote 73 psalms. They are found mainly in the first, second and fifth books. Twelve psalms are named after Asaph, the leader of the temple choir in David's day (1 Chronicles 16: 7; 2 Chronicles 29:30). Asaph's psalms are Psalm 50 and Psalms 73-83. Ten psalms are written by the sons of Korah (Psalm 42; 44-49; 84; 85; 87), two by Solomon (Psalm 72 and 127), one each by Moses (Psalm 90), Ethan (Psalm 89), and Heman (Psalm 88). The remaining 50 psalms do not bear the name of any author.

The following psalms are also attributed to David in the New Testament: Psalm 2 (Acts 4:25) and Psalm 95 (Hebrews 4: 7). Together with the psalms bearing David's name, there are a total of 75, which means that David wrote exactly half of all the psalms.

David was very good at it. He was a capable poet, he could play an instrument, and he could sing with his voice (1 Sam. 16:18; 2 Sam. 23: 1). He was filled with the Holy Spirit (1. Sam 16:13, 2. Sam 23: 2) and went through many experiences with God in his life of faith. Many places in Scripture tell us that David was very active in composing spiritual poetry and music (1 Sam. 18:10; 2 Sam. 1: 17-18; 6: 5; 1 Chron. 6:31; 16: 7; 25: 1; 2. Chron 7: 6; 29:30; Ezra 3:10; Nehemiah 12: 24,36,45; Amos 6: 5).

In some places David mentions in the title the circumstance or reason for which he composed the psalm: Psalms 3, 7, 18, 34, 51, 52, 54, 57, 59, 60, 63, 142. One of these circumstances is described in 2. Samuel 22. There we find a parallel almost verbatim in Psalm 18. Psalm 90 is probably the oldest psalm: "A prayer of Moses, the man of God." Moses lived in the 15th century BC. Most of the psalms, however, were written in the time of David, who introduced singing into the temple (1 Chronicles 25). In Hezekiah's time (2 Chronicles 29: 25-30) it refers to this ("according to the commandment of David") and to the psalms of David and Asaph. Therefore these psalms had already been collected in a kind of collection. The last psalms were written in the days of Ezra (5th century BC). Psalm 137 clearly refers to the Babylonian captivity. According to many scholars, Ezra, the priest and scribe, was the one who completed the collection of psalms (Ezra 3:10).
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