From that moment the Holy Spirit of God poured over him as well.
His gift of song and poetry took on a new level of inspiration.
David, the author of many of the psalms, was a skilled player of the "harp," more accurately perhaps, the "lyre" ( In western poetry we use both rhyme and rhythm in traditional poems.
But in Hebrew poetry the rhythm may be in terms of units per line.
The psalms also had a profound effect on the development of Christian worship.The psalms themselves range in mood and expression of faith from joyous celebration to solemn 9, 136).They may also be classified according to subject matter.Over the next 600 years other God-inspired poets gave voice to psalms, completing the collection of psalms that we know today as the Book of Psalms, the Psalter -- 150 poetic songs that lie at the heart of our Bibles.The Psalms express the entire spectrum of human emotion -- fear, despair, longing, love, hope, joy, and exultation.Thus a number of psalms have been called “royal” psalms (2, 18, 20, 21, 28, 44, 45, 61, 63, 72, 89, 101, 110, 132) because they feature the king, portraying him as both the representative of “Zion” hymns (46, 48, 76, 84, 87, 122), for example, were part of a ritual reenactment of the great deeds of Yahweh in maintaining Zion as the inviolable centre of his divine presence.