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To prove that none of the Psalms are about David's personal experiences

Started February 2007



"For the testimony of Jesus is the Spirit of prophecy" (Rev 19:10).


"The prophets wrote concerning the sufferings of Christ" (1 Pet 1:11)

"every prophecy of Scripture did NOT come into being of its own interpretation" (2 Pet 1:20)

"And He said to them ...all the things must be fulfilled having been written in the Law of Moses, and the Prophets, and the Psalms, concerning Me." (Luke 24:44)





Help us edit this website now. Search the Scripture to see how the Apostles and Christ interpreted the Psalms. Copy and paste verses, comment, discuss, learn! Anyone can edit / contribute the content -- it's just like Wikipedia. So why not prove a Psalm is about Christ?


The Psalms we are now analyzing are listed on the right (in the SideBar). By "analyzing" I mean, we are looking to see what the Apostles had to say about these Psalms. There's so much work to be done. They applied at least 30 of the Psalms to Christ. Can you help us find all the references?





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Prove one of the Psalms is about Christ. We've proven that 64 / 150 are about Christ. 86 to go!




See Also The Morning Star Banner (to the tune of the US National Anthem)


God Bless Almighty Christ (to the tune of "God Bless America")


Christ Not Beautiful in Men's Eyes (to the tune of "America the Beautiful") 


  My Country Rejected Me (to the tune of "My Country, 'Tis of Thee")


God's Will Was Done (to the tune of the Texas State Song)




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