Psalm 92 carries a superscription that designates it “A psalm. A song for the day of Shabbat.” As one might expect, the psalm stands at the center of the Shabbat liturgy, recited both at the end of Kabbalat Shabbat (Receiving/Accepting the Sabbath) on Friday evenings and as the psalm of the day during Shacharit (the morning service) on Saturdays. Even before the Kabbalists (Jewish mystics) of Safed (Tz'fat in Hebrew) developed the Kabbalat Shabbat liturgy in the 16th century, there is evidence that this psalm served as an introduction to Shabbat, with its celebration of creation (God’s works) and its promise of ultimate redemption (the scattering of evil-doers and the planting of the righteous in the courtyards of God’s house) . . .
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