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Psalms Psalms 46-50 Summary

Psalm 46

  • In this psalm, God has total mastery over the natural world, the battlefield, and people. Check, check, and check.

Psalm 47

  • Turn the music on, people. It's time to party because God is on top.

Psalm 48

  • Zion (a.k.a. Jerusalem) is apparently so beautiful that it sent every other king in the district running. Wishful thinking or historical fact? Read up, and you decide.

Psalm 49

Psalm 50

  • God doesn't just want sacrifices; he wants verbal acknowledgement. And some R-E-S-P-E-C-T.

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