Click on one of the links below to find social media graphics and prayers based on specific Psalms.
The Psalms are songs which are meant to be prayed. The psalms express the author’s praise, thanksgiving, distress, or even anger.
Below are some resources, reflections, and social media graphics for the Book of Psalms.
If you are looking for resources related to the reading for a specific liturgical date, you can find that on the resources by liturgical date page.
Psalms 1 to 10
This prayer asks God to bless us with good friends and to help us make good choices about relationships. It is based on Psalm 1.
This prayer based on Psalm 8 praises God for granting us human dignity as His children.
Psalms 11 to 20
Psalm 15 is a prayer for doing the right thing, a prayer which calls us to be “doers of the Word.” Psalm 15 spells out that God expects His people to act with justice.
This prayer to the God of Goodness is a prayer of praise. We must remember all of the blessings our heavenly Father has poured out on us. This prayer is based on Psalm 16.
This prayer to God My Rock is a prayer of thanksgiving. No matter what we are going through in life, God is there to support us. This prayer is based on Psalm 18.
This prayer, based on Psalm 19, praises the glory of God. God has done so many wonders for us that we cannot contain it. We must praise Him.
Psalms 21 to 30
This prayer based on Psalm 22 is a prayer for when we feel like God is nowhere to be found. Psalm 22 is the psalm Jesus prayed from the cross when he quoted “Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?”
In this prayer for guidance we surrender to God’s will so he can show us the path to take. This prayer is based on Psalm 25.
This prayer acclaims God as the Lord of Majesty and King of the World. It based on Psalm 29.
Sometimes we are overcome by fear. We think we can handle it ourselves. But eventually we find that we need God’s grace. And when we turn to Him, he does not disappoint.
Psalms 31 to 40
This prayer praises the power of God and the protection He gives us. It is based on Psalm 33.
Psalm 34 is a prayer of thanksgiving which David prayed when God delivered him from his enemies.
Psalms 41 to 50
Psalm 45 is a wedding song. It speaks of the strength of the king, who marries a foreign woman who leaves her family to become his wife. The song praises his justice. This king loves his wife and her beauty.
This is a prayer based on Psalm 47. This psalm praises God who is above all and who rules all.
Psalms 51 to 60
This prayer service includes a reading from Psalm 51. The water and the washing are tangible reminders of how Jesus Christ has washed away our sins through his sacrifice on the cross.
This social media graphic is for Psalm 54:6. It reminds us that we are dependent on God.
This prayer, based on Psalm 54, is a prayer asking for defense when our enemies seem to surround us. These could be personal enemies or things bad habits.
Psalms 61 to 70
This prayer expresses a longing for God and a true desire to be close to Him. It is based on Psalm 63.
This prayer expresses gratitude to God for all of the blessings in our lives. It is based on Psalm 67.
Psalms 71 to 80
This prayer, based on Psalm 71, asks God to be with us as we grow older and our lives change. Suddenly there are new challenges which we need God’s help with.
This prayer based on Psalm 78 reminds us that our history is important. We can learn from what has happened before. In this case, we see that as God’s people we are weak. And yet God continues to be faithful to us. This brings us great hope.
This prayer to restore our world is a prayer of worship. God has created this space for us and it has been damaged. This prayer is based on Psalm 80.
Psalms 81 to 90
This is a prayer based on Psalm 85. God desires peace and justice for all of His beloved children. When we know God’s mercy and hear his voice, we are called to do His will. We are called to work for His Kingdom.
This social media graphic is for Psalm 85:8. It reminds us that the Lord is so good to us. He provides enough for the whole world. He looks on us with kindness but also with truth.
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This prayer praises the Eternal God. Our Heavenly Father is everlasting and we are limited. We should use our time to serve God. This prayer is based on Psalm 90.
Psalms 91 to 100
This prayer based on Psalm 91 is a prayer to God my protector. God shelters us in his love and keeps us from harm.
This prayer based on Psalm 92 reminds us to praise God all day long – from morning to night. He is the source of our joy.
This prayer to God the King is a prayer of worship. God is greater than all, including those things we are afraid of. This prayer is based on Psalm 93.
This prayer is a joyful song to God. It praises Him for his fairness and all of the blessings he bestows on the world. This prayer is based on Psalm 96.
This prayer based on Psalm 100 is a prayer which recognizes that God is our creator and that he cares for us. We are in good hands.
Psalms 101 to 110
This prayer based on Psalm 103 praises the goodness of God. He knows us completely and shows us mercy. He does not hold our sins against us. Instead he saves us.
This prayer praises God the creator of all. It recognizes Him as Lord of earth and wind and sea and more. This prayer is based on Psalm 104.
Psalms 111 to 120
This prayer, based on Psalm 116, is a prayer of thanksgiving for being saved by God. This is a prayer for when I have been distressed and called upon the Lord, and he has come to my rescue.
This prayer based on Psalm 118 is a prayer of joyful thanksgiving. It celebrates our salvation and expresses gratitude to God.
Psalms 121 to 130
This prayer based on Psalm 121 is a prayer to meet God on the mountain. There we see His eternal goodness and faithfulness.
This blessed home prayer, based on Psalm 128, asks for blessings on our home and family as we follow the ways of the Lord.
This prayer is a prayer of gratitude for when our dreams come true. We prayed when we were in distress and an outcome seemed impossible, but God reversed our situation and brought us joy. This prayer is based on Psalm 126
Psalms 131 to 140
Psalm 132 was sung as the ark of the covenant was processed into the temple. The ark was carefully constructed to God’s specifications. This prayer reflects God’s promises.
This prayer of a grateful heart, based on Psalm 138, expresses gratitude for God’s loving care. We may seem insignificant in this world, but we are important to our Heavenly Father.
Psalms 141 to 150
This quote from Psalm 145 assures us that the hand of the Lord feeds us. God is looking out for us. He knows what we need and He provides for us. This is especially true of how God feeds us through the Eucharist.
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We know God sustains us and cares for us. This is a prayer based on Psalm 145, which expressed praise to God for the way he watches over us.
This prayer of trust in God is based on Psalm 146, which speaks of depending on God about all other things.