Psalm 131 – little me loves the YHWH, and so should Israel
Psalm 138 – YHWH is great, and everybody knows it
Psalm 139 – omniscient, omnipresent YHWH and a special psalm for many
Psalm 143 – psalmists need YHWH quick like
Psalm 144 – psalmist also seeks YHWH’s hand, although less urgent than 143
Psalm 145 – many parts, all praising YHWH
Analyzing Psalm 139, I wonder about how it felt to read this in a time prior to surveillance. Today, Psalm 139 has some creepiness to it. Specifically, “You have searched me, Lord, and you know me. . . . You hem me in behind and before, and you lay your hand upon me.” Also the psalmist describes it as wonderful, I’m not sure.
On the other hand, “For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb,” to me points to the image of God as being all things. If God is knitting me together in my mother’s womb, isn’t God me or my mother?