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Hymns of Praise
the key word, hallelujah (praise the lord. Typically three parts: 1 a call to praise God; 2. the reason for praising God; 3. a renewed call to praise God
Communal Laments
paryers of petition to God to brng deliverance to the community in times of disasters. The laments usually contained 1. a cry to God for help; 2. a description of the situation that brought on the appeal; 3. a prayer for deliverance; and 4. sometimes an oracle from a prophet or an expression of confidence that the lord would answer
Individual Laments
had the same basic form as communal laments. These were used where an individual asked for personal deliverance
Individual songs of thanksgiving
used by the individual to praise the Lord for deliverance from trouble. These include: 1. an introduction; 2. a narration that told of trouble, the cry to god and deliverance; 3. an acknowledgment of his deliverance, and 4. an announcement of an offering of thanks
the royal psalms
these were for special occasions in the religious services for the kind. Later when there was no king, these were read with anticipation of the coming of a Messiah
the other psalms
not all psalms fit into the above five categories: songs of pilgrimage (84-122), community songs of thanksgiving (67,124); wisdom poetry (37), torah liturgies (15, 24) and prophetic liturgies (12,14); and mixed poems (40,77)