Links for the Series on Prophetic Apocalypse in the Psalms

I realize that navigating on my blog is a pain.  Sometimes when I write a series, I do it over a period of several months making it difficult to go back and read previous posts on the subject.  So here is a post with links to all the articles I’ve written on Prophetic Apocalypse in the Psalms.  Each link is embedded within the Orange.


Prophetic Apocalypse in the Psalms


Psalm 46

(The God of Jacob Exalted among the Nations)


Psalm 72

(The Great King over all the Earth)


Psalm 50 ~ God Shines Forth


Psalm 45 ~ My Verses to the King


Psalm 45 ~ A Glimpse at the King

(Your Throne, Your Royal Majesty, Is Forever)


Psalm 102

(A Time to Favor Zion)



The following posts all concern Psalm 92-99


Limited View


The Throne of Iniquity of Psalm 94:20

(or The Enemies of the LORD in Psalm 92-99)


The Messiah/King/God of Psalm 92-99


Enter into My Rest

(Israel Enters the Sabbath Rest)


The Dynamic Reign of the LORD in Psalm 92-99


The Church in Relation to Psalm 92-99


Creation Longs for her Messiah


Why is Psalm 96 quoted in I Chronicles 16?




Who’s the Man in Psalm 2? (And Psalm 1?)


Psalm 18 ~ Two Visions Blend into One


Looking Straight into the Messianic Kingdom

(Psalm 110-118 as prophetic apocalypse)


Psalm 21 ~ The King Finds out His enemies


Jesus and the Apostles’ View of the Law, Psalms, and Prophets

(Including Remarks on Sensus Plenior)


Living in the Shadow of the Messianic Kingdom


Kingdom Continuity


Living in the Light of the Coming Messianic Kingdom


Psalm 107 ~ The Process of the Millennium

(Including discourse on the second exodus)


As a bonus, here are links to the series that I did on the salvation of the Gentiles in Romans 15:8-12.  This also was a series that spanned several months.  I post these mainly because of the passages in Psalm 18 and Psalm 117 which opened up several posts discussing the nature of how psalms applied to the Messiah.  While my post above may contain insights into Psalm 110-118, this series here laid the foundation for that post.


Romans 15:3 and Psalm 69:9


Jesus Christ Became a Minister of the Circumcision


Romans 15:9 and Psalm 18:49


Romans 15:10 and Israel’s Future Covenants


Romans 15:10, Deuteronomy 32:43, and The Song of Moses


Psalm 117 ~ An Introduction

New Testament Usage of Psalm 110-118


The Apocalypse of the Great Messianic Concerto

(Psalm 110-118)


The Salvation of the Gentiles in Psalm 117


Messianic Gentiles


Gentile Nations Will Seek the Messiah

(Romans 8:12 and Isaiah 11:10)


Romans 15:8-12 ~ A Brief Summary


Paul, the Apostle to the Gentiles

(Use of Isaiah 52:15 in Romans 15:21)


I’m going to take a break from the exposition of psalms for a while.  They are fascinating though, so perhaps in the future I may revisit them, but most likely in a different way.  My next series will be a little less heavy.  I’ll be blogging about the latest prophecy book espousing my millennial position.  The book is titled A Case for Historic Premillennialism , and is subtitled An Alternative to “Left Behind” Eschatology .  While not having one particular author, it is edited by Craig L. Blomberg and Sung Wook Chung.  I will work through the book bringing out different points including the strengths and weaknesses of the book and position.  Of course, who knows when anything else will pop up around on my blog.  The internet is a serendipitous place.


Have fun and stay busy – Luke 19:13


-The Orange Mailman

P.S. Here’s another interesting post I wrote on Isaiah 54 and 55 and NT usage of these prophecies.

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1 Response to Links for the Series on Prophetic Apocalypse in the Psalms

  1. Kathy says:

    Thanks Darrin. This really is helpful.

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