Psalms Wall Hang
The Midrash tells us: When King David compiled the Book of Psalms, he had in mind himself, every Jew, and every circumstance. In every situation the Psalms provide the appropriate words and are heard on high. Many Psalms were composed and recited many generations before King David, yet “Psalms” is popularly known as the book of King David.
The Tzemach Tzedek, the third Lubavitcher Rebbe, wrote that if we only knew the power of verses of Psalms and their effect in the spiritual realms, we would recite them constantly and the first Lubavitcher Rebbe said that for all generations, Psalms give every Jew, be he a great sage or a simpleton, the ability to best express and articulate supplication and thanksgiving to his Creator.
The Talmud states that Rabbi Meir would say: “All the praises stated in the book of Psalms were recited by David, as it is stated: ‘The prayers of David, son of Yishai, are ended (kalu).’ Do not read kalu; rather, read kol elu, (all of these)”—which teaches us that the entire book of Psalms consists of the prayers of King David.