According to most sources, it's 117 in the Protestant Bibles. However, others think the answer to be Psalm 118, for before this chapter there are 594 chapters and after Psalm 118 there are 594 chapters. Therefore, Psalm 118 seems to many as the middle chapter.
Did you know:Psalm 118 is the middle chapter of the entire Bible?Psalm 117, before Psalm 118 is the shortest chapter in the Bible?Psalm 119, after Psalm 118 is the longest chapter in the Bible?The Bible has 594 chapters before Psalm 118 and 594 chapters after Psalm 118?If you add up all the chapters except Psalm 118, you get a total of 1188 chapters?1188 or Psalm 118 verse 8 is the middle verse of the entire Bible?Yes, but I use a different way, based on the number of pages. In my bible, the halfway point is Proverbs 15. Try it with your own bible.
The longest chapter of the Bible is Psalm 119. The shortest chapter of the Bible is Psalm 117. Psalm 118 is the chapter located at the center of the Bible.
There are 150 chapters in the book of Psalms. Each chapter is one psalm (or song).
118 in the King James Version
There are 149 psalms.
Psalms 118facts:Fact: There are 594 chapters before Psalms 118Fact: There are 594 chapters after Psalms 118
Psalm 119 is the chapter itself. So to answer your question, Psalm 119 has one chapter. In case you may be asking how many verses are in Psalm 119, there are 176 verses.
First of all there are only 150 chapters in the book of Psalms.
The verse in the middle of the Bible is Psalm 118:8 Psalm 118:8- It is better to take refuge in the Lord than to trust in man.
Psalm 118 states:"24 This is the day which the LORD hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it."Psalms 118:24 (KJV)
Psalm it has 105 chapters
The middle chapter is Psalm 118.
This Psalm does not have a verse 205.
Using the KJV, counting verse only, there are 31,102 verses.Since that's an even number, there can be no 'center' verse, but the center falls between:PSALM 103:1 and PSALM 103:2Another view could be argued as thus:Using the KJV, counting chapters only, Psalm 117 is the "center" chapter, consisting of only two verses. Again an even number, having no exact center verse, the center verses of the center chapter would fall between:PSALM 117:1 and PSALM 117:2It's simple math. PSALM 117 basically says "Praise the Lord"Another thought:Though there is much controversy over this, some people feel that Psalms 118:8 is exactly in the middle of the Bible, with 594 chapters before and 594 chapters after it. The scripture reads: "It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in man."(Psalm 118:8 KJV)
These two sets of chapters are nearly identical word-for-word in KJV: * Psalm 14 and Psalm 53 * 2 Kings 19 and Isaiah 37
Psalm 118: 594 before;594 after.
there are 448 articles,22 parts,12 schedules,and 118 amendments
Psalm 14 and Psalm 53 Also 2 Kings 19 and Isaiah 37
In the English Standard Version, 31 times. In the King James version, 19 times: Psalm 7:17 Psalm 22:26 Psalm 33:2 Psalm 102:18 Psalm 107:8 Psalm 107:15 Psalm 107:21 Psalm 107:31 Psalm 109:30 Psalm 111:1 Psalm 115:18 Psalm 117:1 Psalm 118:19 Psalm 135:3 Psalm 146:1 Psalm 146:2 Psalm 147:12 Psalm 148:7 Psalm 150:6 YMMV
Psalm 118:24 -- easy to remember the "24" like 24hrs a day.