For you, what is it to be prosperous? Make fortunes? Have social status? Display material goods? For some, this is prosperity. However, happiness does not always go hand in hand with such achievements. And so, how about learning more from the prosperous Psalms to be happy?


We are always looking for prosperity - sometimes even more than happiness itself. However, this desire is very attached to earthly life, and we associate it with a kind of fullness, happiness. But are we on the right track? The book of Psalms brings another point of view on this frantic search.

Through the chants of the Psalms, you will be able to understand the true meaning of a prosperous life. Forget only professional success or accumulate material goods; plenty should happen in your life.

Fight for the happiness of your family, for harmony, for peace of mind, for iron health, for having love at your side. And so many other factors that add true and full prosperity to your life.


Under the authorship of King David, Psalm 144 is known as the “psalm of prosperity” and can be used as a mantra in your life. Songs recognize divine blessings and exalt the abundance God offers, as well as the fullness of a joyful life.

In the face of this message from the Psalms, we can recognize that true prosperity, not that which is destined only to the material reaches, is granted especially to him who loves God and does well with truth and love in his heart.

This is a Psalm that you can repeat every day as soon as you wake up. His words have the capacity to renew the sense of hope, as well as to practice his faith and devotion to the Lord.

“Blessed be the Lord, my rock, who trains my hands for war and my fingers for battle;

My refuge and my fortress, my high retreat and my and my deliverer, my shield, in whom I take refuge; he is the one who subjects my people to me;

O Lord, what is man, that you may know him, and the son of man, that you may consider him?

Man is like a breath; his days are like the passing shadow;

Turn down, O Lord, your heaven, and come down! Touch the mountains, so they smoke!

Cast your thunderbolts and disperse them; Send out your arrows, and destroy them!

Stretch out your hands from on high; Deliver me, and take me out of the mighty waters and out of the hand of the stranger;

Whose mouth speaketh vanity, and whose right hand is the right hand of falsehood.

To thee, O God, will I sing a new song; with the harp of ten ropes I will sing praises unto thee;

Yea, to thee, gave kings victory and delivered thy servant David from the evil sword.

Deliver me, and take me out of the hand of the stranger, whose mouth speaketh lies, and whose right hand is the right hand of falsehood.

Let our children be in their youth as well-developed plants, and our daughters as carved-out cornerstones, as of a palace.

Let our granaries be filled, providing all manner of provisions; our sheep will produce thousands and tens of thousands in our fields;

Our oxen bear rich burdens, and let there be no assaults, no assaults, no clamour in our streets!

Blessed are the people to whom this is so! Blessed is the people whose God is the Lord.”


Also attributed to King David, Psalm 23 is one of the most important and influential of the entire book of Psalms. There are many mysteries behind these words, tied to trust in God’s care for us.

God is the one who gives us life and helps us find everything we need to live. In the middle of the road, He lights the way, corrects the mistakes and protects against those who want to harm us. In tune with God, you will enjoy happiness, health, and abundance in various aspects of life.

Psalm 23 is a key to balance, get new ideas, and understand that you will never be less. Tomorrow you will always be more than you are today, learning, growth, prosperity.

“The Lord is my shepherd, and I shall not want.

He maketh me to lie down in green pastures, and He leadeth me in quiet waters.

He refreshes my soul; He guides me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake.

Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I would fear no evil, for thou art with me; your rod and Your staff comfort me.

You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies, anoint my head with oil, my cup overflows.

Surely kindness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for a long time. “

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