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Come Follow Me 2022: Psalms 49-51; 61-66; 69-72; 77-78; 85-86

Psalms 49–51; 61–66; 69–72; 77–78; 85–86

August 15–21. “I Will Declare What He Hath Done for My Soul”


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Old Testament Commentary

cover of Old Testament Minute: Psalms
David J. Larsen
Taylor M. Halverson, General Editor

Reading Plan


Psalm 49–85

David J. Larsen, “From Dust to Exalted Crown: Royal and Temple Themes Common to the Psalms and the Dead Sea Scrolls,” Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship 45 (2021): 251–262.

David J. Larsen, “Ascending into the Hill of the Lord: What the Psalms Can Tell Us About the Rituals of the First Temple,” Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship 38 (2020): 15–34.

Psalm 51

Book of Mormon Central, “Why Did Lehi Quote from a Psalm of Repentance In His Dream? (1 Nephi 8:8),” KnoWhy 325 (June 12, 2017).

Book of Mormon Central, “Was the Requirement of a “Broken Heart” Known Before the Time of Christ? (2 Nephi 2:7),” KnoWhy 27 (February 5, 2016).

Book of Mormon Central, “Why Did Jesus Tell All People to Sacrifice a Broken Heart and a Contrite Spirit? (3 Nephi 9:19-20),” KnoWhy 198 (September 29, 2016).

Psalm 63

Matthew B. Brown, “The Handclasp, the Temple, and the King,” Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship 42 (2021): 421–426.

Psalm 69

Book of Mormon Central, “Why Do Biblical Psalms of Lament Show Up in the Book of Mormon? (1 Nephi 8:8),” KnoWhy 438 (May 31, 2018).