Examples of psalm in a Sentence
after the sermon we sang a brief psalm
Recent Examples of psalm from the Web
But those words were eventually rendered invisible in the 11th century when the text was written over with Christian psalms.
The psalm begins: The Lord is my light and my salvation.
In my crises, lines of Hopkins rather than psalms appear on my lips: Mine, O thou Lord of life, send my roots rain.
This mammoth festival of psalms, the centerpiece of this year’s White Light Festival, features the work of 150 composers, many of them writing today.
No worries – following along with psalms on an iPhone is the norm (and selfies in the bathroom are cool, too).
Psalm 37:7; Romans 8:28; Philippians 4:4-7; 1 Peter 5:7).
Kunstadt cut out pages from two 19th-century books of psalms and cut and glued them to create delicate constructions, often enhanced with gold leaf.
On a visit last fall to Ms. Ribeiro’s emerald green house on a dirt street, where the 23rd psalm hangs on a yellow wall, Ana Vitória toddled around, clutching a piece of spongy cake with one hand, thumping a table with the other.
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Origin and Etymology of psalm
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of psalm for English Language Learners
: a song or poem used in worship and especially one from the Bible
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