Psalm 144: A Prayer for Rescue and Prosperity / David against Goliath. Starts, "Blessed be the LORD my strength." Verse 1 ("Blessed be the LORD my strength, which teacheth my hands to war, and my fingers to fight.") is inscribed on a number of high medieval swords. In 2015, a gun shop in Florida produced an AR-15 named the "Crusader" engraved with Psalm 144:1. The firearm also boasts three settings: Peace, War and God Wills It.
Psalm 145: Praise for the LORD's Goodness and Power. Starts, "I will extol thee, my God, O king." This is the last psalm in the final Davidic collection of psalms, comprising Psalms 138 to 145, which are specifically attributed to David in their opening verses. This is also the last of the nine acrostic Psalms. Huzzah!
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