His love has taken over our lives; God's faithful ways are eternal. 2 For great is his steadfast love toward us, and the faithfulness of the Lord endures forever. Praise GOD, everybody! Psalm 117 The Message Bible << Psalm 116 | Psalm 117 | Psalm 118 >> Praise for the LORD's Merciful Kindness. Read verse in The Message Bible Whole Psalm. Hallelujah! Psalm 117: Well known as the shortest chapter in the Bible, this little psalm contains a great message. It is made up of 2 verses which are made up of 33 words. Psalm 117 Praise God, everybody! 4) Psalm 117 is a part of a sextet of songs, Psalms 113-118, known as the âEgyptian Hallel.â Built around the emphasis of Psalm 114, a celebration of the Exodus, these 6 songs were sung as the Hebrews gathered to celebrate the Passover, Godâs great act of salvation on their behalf. Categories: Psalms To read the story, click the "Next Page" button below the picture. 117 1 Praise God, everybody! Praise â¦ His love has taken over our lives; GOD's faithful ways are eternal. Psalm 117: Well known as the shortest chapter in the Bible, this little psalm contains a great message. Praise the Lord! Hallelujah! If you open your Bible and turn to the exact center, you will find Psalm 117. Extol him, all peoples! Applaud God, all people! Praise the LORD. Psalm 117:2. Psalm 117. Although not as well-known as some of the other Psalms; this Psalm takes its place as not only a conspicuous, but also one of the most important of all the Psalms. Hallelujah! 2 His love has taken over our lives; God's faithful ways are eternal. This Psalm, the shortest portion of the Book of God, is quoted and given much value to, in Ro 15:11. Applaud God, all people! Psalm 117 is the shortest Psalm in the Bible. This psalm is special all on its ownâitâs the shortest of all the psalms (only two verses), the shortest chapter in the entire Bible, and is the middle chapter of the Bible. Psalm 117 is the shortest psalm in the Bible, yet it carries a great proclamation. But not so the Holy Ghost. Read verse in New International Version Psalm 117 Praise the Lord, all nations! And upon this it has been profitably observed, "It is a small portion of Scripture, and such as we might easily overlook it. Psalm 117 Praise the LORD, all you nations; extol him, all you peoples. On the surface, Psalm 117 appears to be geared completely toward praising God. For great is his love toward us, and the faithfulness of the LORD endures forever. Applaud GOD, all people! It also takes its place as the middle chapter of the Bible.