Psalms is preeminently a book about Christ. It prophesies His anointing, His zeal for the Father’s house, His betrayal, His death, His crowning, His royal priesthood, His ruling over all things, His marriage to the church, and much more. These prophesies are embedded in sentiments that cover a full range of human emotion and thought. Inside these sentiments are experiences of God, His Word, the Spirit, and suffering in the Christian walk. Psalms covers real situations and real feelings the writers faced in real life. The collection of Psalms starts with Christ being put on the holy hill, proceeds through all kinds of human experiences with God, and ends with praise to God from all the earth.