– Psalm 28 is the 28th Psalm of Psalms. Psalm means “song or poem” and Psalms are songs that were originally intended to be sung, either with instrumental accompaniment or without.
Psalm 28 is often recited in Christian worship services, but the Hebrew people also read it during celebration of Passover.
Psalms are written in poetic form, but Psalm 28 is unlike other Psalms because it’s not just a poem. Psalm 28 also contains instructions for the reader that makes it an acrostic. Psalm 28 consists of three letters to each line, followed by three more lines which start with the next letter in the Hebrew alphabet.
Psalm 28 is not only Psalm 28, but Psalms 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22 and 21 as well. Psalmers traditionally read Psalm 28 at the beginning of Psalms 27-32.
Psalm 28 is a song that lets people know that The Lord will protect them from all their enemies. Psalm 28 also has instructions wanting the reader to be as strong as Psalm 28, which is a song of assistance. Psalm 28 contains instructions for those who keep Psalm 28 close to them, and Psalm 28 is good for anyone who keeps Psalm 28 close to themselves. Psalm 28 is one of David’s (King David) Psalms, Psalm 28 is well known Psalms, Psalm 28 helps people to be safe by asking The Lord. Psalm 29 (Psalms 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22 and 21) are the only Psalms that start with Psalm 28 (Psalm 1 – Psalms 2).