Biblical Commentary From the Five Poetic Books

Books: Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, & Song of Solomon The five poetic books of the Old Testament Bible include Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Solomon. The book of Job is named after the chief character in the book. It addresses the problem of human suffering and especially the affliction of the righteous. The book of Psalms consist of 150 Psalms. The Hebrew name for the book is The Book of Praise.". The book depicts almost every aspect of man's relationship with God. The book of Proverbs is inspired by King Solomon. A proverb is a short saying with practical implications. The title of the Book of Ecclesiastes means Preacher. The author's purpose is to prove the vanity of everything "under the sun". The Song of Solomon has love for its sole theme and is a collection of marriage songs. Below are links to Biblical commentary and advise from the five poetic books of the Old testament.

Biblical Commentary from the Poetic Books of the Old Testament


Job


Psalms


Proverbs


Ecclesiastes


Song of Solomon

Job 33

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Psalm 1

Psalm 6

Psalm 8

Psalm 9

Psalm 10

Psalm 22

Psalm 23

Psalm 27

Psalm 31

Psalm 33

Psalm 34

Psalm 35

Psalm 37

Psalm 39

Psalm 49

Psalm 56

Psalm 62

Psalm 72

Psalm 73

Psalm 84

Psalm 85

Psalm 86

Psalm 101

Psalm 112

Psalm 118

Psalm 119

Psalm 127

Psalm 139

Psalm 142

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Proverbs 1

Proverbs 2

Proverbs 3

Proverbs 4

Proverbs 5

Proverbs 6

Proverbs 7

Proverbs 8

Proverbs 9

Proverbs 10

Proverbs 11

Proverbs 12

Proverbs 13

Proverbs 14

Proverbs 15

Proverbs 16

Proverbs 17

Proverbs 18

Proverbs 19

Proverbs 20

Proverbs 21

Proverbs 22

Proverbs 23

Proverbs 24

Proverbs 25

Proverbs 26

Proverbs 27

Proverbs 28

Proverbs 29

Proverbs 30

Proverbs 31

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Ecclesiastes 3

Ecclesiastes 5

Ecclesiastes 7

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Song of Solomon