Psalms 105:1

Overview - Psalms 105
An exhortation to praise God, and to seek out his works.
The story of God's providence over Abraham;
16 over Joseph;
23 over Jacob in Egypt;
26 over Moses delivering the Israelites;
37 over the Israelites brought out of Egypt, fed in the wilderness, and planted in Canaan.
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Psalms 105:1  (King James Version)
O give thanks unto the LORD; call upon his name: make known his deeds among the people.

M. 2962. B.C. 1042. (Title.)
It appears from 1Ch ch. 16, where the former part of this Psalm, as far as the 16th verse, is found with little variation, that David composed it at the removal of the ark to Mount Zion, and he himself probably enlarged it afterwards with the glorious detail of God's merciful dealings with Abraham and his posterity till their settlement in the land of Promise. The Hallelujah, which terminates the preceding Psalm, is made the title of this by the Septuagint, Vulgate, Arabic, and Ethiopic; and the Syriac considers it a paraphrase on the words, "Fear not, Jacob, to go down into Egypt;" "and teaches us spiritually not to fear when we are obliged to contend with devils; for God is our shield, and will fight for us."

136:1-3 1 Chronicles 16:7-22 ; 25:3 1 Chronicles 29:13 1 Chronicles 29:20

Isaiah 12:4 ; Joel 2:32 ; Acts 9:14 ; Romans 10:13 ; 1 Corinthians 1:2

make known
89:1 96:3 Psalms 145:4-6 Psalms 145:11 Psalms 145:12 Numbers 23:23 ; Isaiah 12:4 ; 51:10 Daniel 3:29
Daniel 4:1-3 ; Daniel 6:26 Daniel 6:27