Here's a laugh - dot-liturgy. it might be called, amen, amen, I say unto you, follow the money.
Kurk Gayle and I (somewhat off his topic) talked about Psalm 27. The subject verse is rather interesting.
Here's some nostalgia for you bridge players - autobridge from the 40s. (No that's not an auto on a bridge).
Long conversation here on praying the psalms and how the long psalms become longer and longer when you follow the Anglican tradition. A colleague told me of the weekly monastic rule of reading the Psalter once a week! I hope it was a good translation. [KJV has law for Torah. This is a misleading translation if there ever was one.] Long psalms are not a chore when you see the poetic devices the poet was using and let yourself play as well as pray.