I Will Praise You Lord Piano Sheet Music Psalm 111 is an acrostic Psalm – meaning it has 22 stanzas, one for each letter of the Hebrew alphabet. Psalm 111 also contains 8 verses which are ordered in every possible way listed below to create 8 stanzas. The Psalm begins with what is known as the Hallelujah Psalm – a Psalm of praise to God. Psalm 111:1 says, “I will sing of the mercies of the Lord forever; with my mouth I will make known Your faithfulness to all generations.” Psalms 111:2-9 continue in this manner and also mention how God’s judgments and commands are made clear to His people. Psalm 111:10-19 honor the Lord’s work in creation and how He is pleased with those who fear him. Psalm 111:20-31 says that the works of the Lord cannot be fathomed and what God has done should not be spoken against. Psalms 111:32-40 say that God protects His people and Psalm 111:41-42 say that the Lord’s work will be praised by future generations. Psalms 111:43-50 speak on how the Lord is merciful and mighty and Psalm 111:51-58 speak of the blessings for those who fear the Lord. Psalm 111:59-68 speaks on the Lord’s great works of salvation for His people. Psalm 111:69-80 speak on how God is just in all that He does. Psalm 111:81-88 say that God gives wisdom to those who fear Him and Psalm 111:89-100 say that the Lord’s blessings will be given to those who fear Him. Psalm 111:101-110 say that those who love the Lord will not be forgotten and Psalm 111:111 says to praise God for all He has done. Psalm 111:112-113 end with a Hallelujah!