Psalms of Praise and Works of Wonder
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King David used his _____ to praise God.
God chose _____ to succeed King David.
Solomon would fulfill David's dream of building a _____ in Jerusalem.
_____ are religious songs and prayers from the Old Testament.
Psalms often express _____.
favorite things to do
fun and humor
praise, thanksgiving, or sorrow
The Psalms are in the _____ in the Old Testament.
Book of Exodus
Book of Proverbs
Book of Genesis
Book of Psalms
The Book of Psalms contains _____ psalms.
The word 'psalm' comes from the Greek word 'psalterion' which was a _____.
stringed musical instrument
Psalms were most likely composed for use _____.
during religious ceremonies
The word Hallelujah means '_____'.
Bless the Lord
Come Holy Spirit
Praise the Lord
Hallelujah is a combination of the Hebrew word for praise (hallelu) and the beginning of the word _____.
The word 'Amen' means _____.
Praise the Lord
So it is
We usually say 'Amen' _____.
at the beginning of our prayers
instead of a prayer
at the end of our prayers
when we sing
In _____ we pray a responsorial psalm.
the Liturgy of the Eucharist
the Liturgy of the Word
_____ is honor or respect for God.
Wonder and awe
The Catholic Church adapts many psalms for _____.
the Lenten season
During _____ we may sing several songs that are based on the psalms.
It is likely that _____ wrote the psalms.
David and several other people
_____, one of the songs of David, was written by David to thank God for his protection, power, and faithfulness.
Psalm 23 begins with '_____'.
The Lord is my shepherd
The Lord is king forever
Hallelujah to the Lord
Praise God, creator of all
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