Psalm 1Blessed are the righteous—The ungodly will perish. Psalm 2A messianic psalm—The heathen will rage against the Lord’s anointed—The Lord speaks of His Son, whom He has begotten. Psalm 3David cries unto the Lord and is heard—Salvation is of the Lord. Psalm 4David pleads for mercy—He counsels, Put your trust in the Lord. Psalm 5David asks the Lord to hear his voice—The Lord hates workers of iniquity—He blesses and shields the righteous. Psalm 6David cries unto the Lord for mercy—He asks to be healed and saved. Psalm 7David trusts in the Lord, who will judge the people—God is angry with the wicked. Psalm 8A messianic psalm of David—He says that babes and children praise the Lord—He asks, What is man, that Thou art mindful of him? Psalm 9A messianic psalm of David—He praises the Lord for rebuking the nations—The Lord will judge the world in righteousness—He will dwell in Zion—The wicked will be sent to hell. Psalm 10David speaks of various acts of the wicked—God is not in their thoughts—But the Lord is King forever and ever—He will judge the fatherless and oppressed. Psalm 11David rejoices that the Lord is in His holy temple—The Lord tests the righteous and hates the wicked. Psalm 12David decries flattering lips and proud tongues—He says, The words of the Lord are pure words. Psalm 13David trusts in the Lord’s mercy and rejoices in His salvation. Psalm 14David says, The fool has said in his heart, there is no God—Israel will rejoice in the day of restoration. Psalm 15David asks, Who will dwell in the Lord’s holy hill?—He answers, The righteous, the upright, and those with integrity. Psalm 16A messianic psalm of David—He rejoices in the Saints who are on the earth, in his own future redemption from hell, in the fact that God will not suffer His Holy One (the Messiah) to see corruption, and in the fulness of joy that is found in the Lord’s presence. Psalm 17David pleads with the Lord to hear his voice and to preserve him from men of the world—David hopes to behold the Lord’s face in righteousness. Psalm 18David praises the Lord for His greatness and preserving care—The Lord’s way is perfect—The Lord has given marvelous blessings—David testifies, The Lord lives, and blessed be my Rock. Psalm 19David testifies, The heavens declare the glory of God, the law of the Lord is perfect, and the judgments of the Lord are true and righteous altogether. Psalm 20David prays that the Lord will hear in time of trouble—The Lord saves His anointed. Psalm 21A messianic psalm of David—He tells of the glory of the great King—The King will triumph over all His enemies—Their evil designs will fail. Psalm 22A messianic psalm of David—He foretells events in the Messiah’s life—The Messiah will say, My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me?—They will pierce His hands and feet—He will yet govern among all nations. Psalm 23David declares, The Lord is my shepherd. Psalm 24David testifies, The earth is the Lord’s and the fulness thereof, he who has clean hands and a pure heart will ascend unto the hill of the Lord, and the Lord of Hosts is the King of Glory. Psalm 25David pleads for truth and asks for pardon—Mercy and truth are for those who keep the commandments. Psalm 26David says that he has walked in integrity and obedience—He loves the Lord’s house. Psalm 27David says, The Lord is my light and my salvation—He desires to dwell in the house of the Lord forever—He counsels, Wait on the Lord and be of good courage. Psalm 28David pleads with the Lord to hear his voice and grant his petitions—David prays, Save Thy people and bless Thine inheritance. Psalm 29David counsels, Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness—David sets forth the wonder and power of the voice of the Lord. Psalm 30David sings praises and gives thanks to the Lord—David pleads for mercy. Psalm 31David trusts in the Lord and rejoices in His mercy—Speaking as the Messiah he says, Into Thine hand I commit my spirit—He counsels, O love the Lord, all ye His Saints, for the Lord preserves the faithful. Psalm 32David says, Blessed is the man unto whom the Lord imputes not iniquity—David acknowledges his sin—He recommends that the righteous be glad in the Lord and rejoice. Psalm 33Rejoice in the Lord—Sing unto Him a new song—He loves righteousness and judgment—Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord. Psalm 34David blesses the Lord at all times—He counsels, Keep your tongue from evil; do good and seek peace—He says that not one of the Messiah’s bones will be broken. Psalm 35David complains of his enemies and their wrong dealings—He asks the Lord to judge him according to his righteousness. Psalm 36David praises the Lord for His mercy, His righteousness, and His loving kindness—The fountain of life is with the Lord. Psalm 37David counsels, Trust in the Lord and do good—Rest in the Lord and wait patiently for Him—Cease from anger and forsake wrath—The meek will inherit the earth—The Lord loves justice and does not forsake His Saints. Psalm 38David sorrows for his sins—They rest as a disease upon him—He asks the Lord to be compassionate. Psalm 39David seeks to control his tongue—Man is altogether vanity—He is a stranger and a sojourner on the earth. Psalm 40A messianic psalm of David—The Messiah will come and preach righteousness—He will declare salvation—The righteous will say, The Lord be magnified. Psalm 41A messianic psalm of David—Blessed is he who considers the poor—The treachery of Judas is foretold. Psalm 42The souls of the righteous thirst for God—The wicked say, Where is your God? Psalm 43The righteous praise God and cry, Send out Thy light and Thy truth. Psalm 44The Saints praise the Lord and boast in His name forever—They are persecuted, maligned, and considered as sheep for the slaughter. Psalm 45A messianic psalm—The Messiah is fairer than the children of men—He is anointed with the oil of gladness above His fellows—His name will be remembered in all generations. Psalm 46God is our refuge and strength—He dwells in His city, does marvelous things, and says, Be still and know that I am God. Psalm 47The Lord is King over all the earth—Sing praises to His name, for He reigns over all. Psalm 48Zion, the city of God, the joy of the whole earth, will be established forever. Psalm 49Men cannot be ransomed or redeemed by wealth—God alone can redeem a soul from the grave—The glory of a rich man ceases with his death. Psalm 50Asaph speaks of the Second Coming—The Lord accepts the sacrifices of the righteous and will deliver them—Those whose conduct is right will see the salvation of God. Psalm 51David pleads for forgiveness after he went in to Bathsheba—He pleads, Create in me a clean heart, and renew a right spirit within me. Psalm 52David says that wicked tongues devise mischief and the wicked trust in riches—The Saints trust in the mercy of God forever. Psalm 53David says, The fool says there is no God—There is none who does good—Gathered Israel will rejoice. Psalm 54David pleads for salvation and promises to serve God. Psalm 55David prays morning, noon, and night—He seeks protection and help against his enemies. Psalm 56David seeks mercy, trusts in and praises the Lord, and thanks Him for deliverance. Psalm 57David pleads for mercy and acclaims the glory and exaltation of God. Psalm 58David reproves wicked judges—They go astray and speak lies. Psalm 59David prays to be delivered from his enemies—God rules in Jacob unto the ends of the earth. Psalm 60David says that the Lord has scattered His people—The Lord places Ephraim at the head and makes Judah His lawgiver. Psalm 61David finds shelter in the Lord, abides in the Lord’s presence, and keeps his own vows. Psalm 62David praises God as his defense, his rock, and his salvation—The Lord judges men according to their works. Psalm 63David thirsts for God, whom he praises with joyful lips. Psalm 64David prays for safety—The righteous will be glad in heart. Psalm 65David speaks of the blessedness of God’s chosen—The Lord sends rain and good things upon the earth. Psalm 66Praise and worship the Lord—He tests and tries men—Sacrifices are to be offered in His house. Psalm 67A messianic psalm—The Lord will cause His face to shine upon men—He will judge and govern in righteousness. Psalm 68A messianic psalm of David—He extols Jah—The Lord gave the word—He takes captivity captive—He delivers us from death—Sing praises unto the Lord. Psalm 69A messianic psalm of David—The zeal of the Lord’s house has eaten Him up—Reproach has broken His heart—He is given gall and vinegar to drink—He is persecuted—He will save Zion. Psalm 70David proclaims, Let God be magnified. Psalm 71David praises God with thanksgiving—Who is like unto the Lord! Psalm 72David speaks of Solomon, who is made a type of the Messiah—He will have dominion—His name will endure forever—All nations will call him blessed—The whole earth will be filled with the glory of the Lord. Psalm 73God is good to Israel—The wicked and ungodly prosper in this world—They will be consumed with terrors hereafter—Those who trust in the Lord will be received up unto glory. Psalm 74O God, remember Thy chosen congregation—The wicked destroy the sanctuary and burn the synagogues—O God, remember them for their deeds, and save Thy people. Psalm 75The righteous praise and thank the God of Jacob—They will be exalted—God is the judge, and the wicked will be condemned. Psalm 76God is known in Judah and dwells in Zion—He will save the meek of the earth. Psalm 77The righteous cry unto the Lord—They remember the wonders of old, how He redeemed the sons of Jacob and led Israel like a flock. Psalm 78The Israelites are to teach the Lord’s law to their children—Disobedient Israel provoked the Lord in the wilderness—The Egyptian plagues are recounted—The Lord chooses and blesses Judah and David. Psalm 79The heathen nations destroy Jerusalem and defile the temple—Israel pleads for forgiveness and deliverance. Psalm 80Israel pleads with the Shepherd of Israel for deliverance, for salvation, and for His face to shine upon them. Psalm 81Israel is commanded to sing praises to God—If the Israelites had walked in the Lord’s ways, they would have triumphed over their enemies. Psalm 82Thus says the Lord, Ye are gods and children of the Most High. Psalm 83God is asked to confound the enemies of His people—Jehovah is the Most High over all the earth. Psalm 84The righteous cry unto the living God—It is better to be a doorkeeper in the house of the Lord than to dwell in the tents of wickedness—No good thing is withheld from those who walk uprightly. Psalm 85The Lord speaks peace to His people—Truth will spring out of the earth (the Book of Mormon), and righteousness will look down from heaven. Psalm 86David implores God for mercy and is saved from the lowest hell—The Lord is good and generous in mercy—All nations will worship before Him. Psalm 87The Lord loves the gates of Zion, and He Himself will establish Zion. Psalm 88A prayer of one who feels forsaken and who asks whether the Lord’s loving kindness will be declared in the grave. Psalm 89A messianic psalm—A song setting forth the mercy, greatness, justice, and righteousness of the Holy One of Israel—The Lord will establish David’s seed and throne forever—God’s Firstborn will be made higher than the kings of the earth. Psalm 90A prayer of Moses, the man of God—God is from everlasting to everlasting—Man’s days last but seventy years—Moses implores the Lord to give mercy and blessings to His people. Psalm 91A messianic psalm—The Lord will deliver the Messiah from terror, pestilence, and war—The Lord will give His angels charge over the Messiah and deliver Him and honor Him. Psalm 92A psalm or song for the Sabbath day—Give thanks unto the Lord—His enemies will perish—The righteous will flourish—There is no unrighteousness in the Lord. Psalm 93The Lord reigns—He is from everlasting—Holiness adorns the house of the Lord forever. Psalm 94The Lord will judge the earth and all men—Blessed is he whom the Lord teaches and chastens—The Lord will not forsake His people, but He will cut off the wicked. Psalm 95Let us sing unto the Lord—Let us worship and bow down before Him—Israel provoked the Lord and failed to enter into His rest. Psalm 96Sing praises unto the Lord—Declare His name among the nations—Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness—He comes to judge His people and the world. Psalm 97The Lord reigns in millennial glory—The hills melt at His presence—Those who love the Lord hate evil. Psalm 98Sing unto the Lord—All the ends of the earth will see His salvation—He comes to judge all men with equity and righteousness. Psalm 99The Lord is great in Zion—Exalt the Lord and worship at His footstool, for He is holy. Psalm 100Serve the Lord with gladness, all who are His people—Be thankful unto Him and bless His name. Psalm 101David sings of mercy and justice—He will forsake the company of evildoers. Psalm 102The psalmist offers a prayer of the afflicted—Zion will be built up when the Lord appears in His glory—Though the heaven and earth perish, the Lord who created them will endure forever. Psalm 103David exhorts the Saints to bless the Lord for His mercy—The Lord is merciful unto those who keep His commandments. Psalm 104The Lord is clothed with honor and majesty—He makes His angels spirits and His ministers a flaming fire—Through His providence He sustains all forms of life—His glory endures forever. Psalm 105Make the Lord’s doings known among all men—Show His covenant with Abraham and His dealings with Israel—Touch not His anointed, and do His prophets no harm—Israel is to observe His statutes and keep His laws. Psalm 106Praise the Lord for His mercy and mighty works—Israel rebelled and did wickedly—Moses mediated between Israel and the Lord—Israel was scattered and slain for worshipping false gods. Psalm 107The people of Israel are to praise and thank the Lord when they are gathered and redeemed—Oh, that men would praise the Lord!—The Lord’s providences prevail in the lives of men. Psalm 108David praises and exalts God—Judah is the Lord’s lawgiver. Psalm 109David speaks of the cursings due to the wicked and deceitful—He prays that his enemies will be confounded. Psalm 110A messianic psalm of David—Christ will sit on the Lord’s right hand—He will be a priest forever after the order of Melchizedek. Psalm 111The Lord is gracious and full of compassion—Holy and reverend is His name—The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. Psalm 112Blessed is the man who fears the Lord—The righteous will be remembered always. Psalm 113Blessed be the name of the Lord—Who is like unto the Lord our God? Psalm 114The Lord governs the sea and the land for the blessing of His people. Psalm 115Our God is in the heavens—Idols are false gods—Trust in the Lord. Psalm 116Gracious is the Lord, and righteous—Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His Saints. Psalm 117Praise the Lord for His mercy and truth. Psalm 118A messianic psalm—Let all Israel say of the Lord, His mercy endures forever—The Stone that the builders refused is become the headstone of the corner—Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Psalm 119 Psalm 120Call upon the Lord when in distress. Psalm 121Help comes from the Lord—He is the guardian of Israel. Psalm 122David says, Go into the house of the Lord—Give thanks unto Him. Psalm 123Lift up your eyes unto the Lord, and plead with Him for mercy. Psalm 124David says, Israel’s help is in the name of the Lord. Psalm 125Blessed are they who trust in the Lord—Peace will be upon Israel. Psalm 126The Lord has done great things for His people, Israel. Psalm 127Children are a heritage from the Lord. Psalm 128Blessed are those who fear the Lord and walk in His ways. Psalm 129The Lord is righteous—Let those be confounded who hate Zion. Psalm 130O Lord, hear our prayers, forgive iniquity, and redeem Israel. Psalm 131David says, Let Israel hope in the Lord forever. Psalm 132A messianic psalm—Of the fruit of David’s loins will the Lord set One upon His throne—The Lord will bless Zion, and her Saints will shout for joy. Psalm 133David says, It is pleasant for brethren to dwell together in unity! Psalm 134Bless the Lord, and He will bless you. Psalm 135Praise and bless the Lord—Our Lord is above all gods; idols cannot see, hear, or speak. Psalm 136Give thanks unto God for all things, for His mercy endures forever. Psalm 137While in captivity, the Jews wept by the rivers of Babylon—Because of sorrow, they could not bear to sing the songs of Zion. Psalm 138David praises the Lord for His loving kindness and truth—He worships toward the holy temple. Psalm 139David says that the Lord knows all man’s thoughts and doings—He asks, Where can man go to escape from the spirit and presence of the Lord?—Man is fearfully and wonderfully made. Psalm 140David prays for deliverance from his enemies—The Lord maintains the cause of the poor and afflicted. Psalm 141David pleads with the Lord to hear his prayers—The reproof of the righteous is a kindness. Psalm 142David prays for preservation from his persecutors. Psalm 143David prays for favor in judgment—He meditates on the Lord’s works and trusts in Him. Psalm 144David blesses the Lord for deliverance and temporal prosperity—Happy is that people whose God is the Lord. Psalm 145David proclaims the greatness and majesty of God—The Lord is good to all—His kingdom is an everlasting kingdom—He is near to all who call upon Him, and He preserves those who love Him. Psalm 146Happy are they whose hope is in the Lord—The Lord frees the prisoners, loves the righteous, and reigns forever. Psalm 147Praise the Lord for His power—His understanding is infinite—He sends His commandments, His word, His statutes, and His judgments unto Israel. Psalm 148Let all things praise the Lord: men and angels, the heavenly bodies, the elements and the earth, and all things thereon. Psalm 149Praise the Lord in the congregation of the Saints—He will beautify the meek with salvation. Psalm 150Praise God in His sanctuary—Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.