How to Write a Psalm?


A psalm is a type of Biblical poetry, many of which were attributed to David. They were often sung as hymns, and some have been set to modern music, also. To write a psalm, it needs to fit one of the themes of praise, thanksgiving, a lament, or wisdom. Psalms do not necessarily have to rhyme, but sometimes use an acrostic form. They are a more personal form of poetry, often praying directly to God.
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