I would like to encourage Psalm-singing in my church. There are often opportunities to call out hymn numbers to sing, for example. We only have the red Trinity Hymnal (i.e. the revised edition) and it seems to not have very many faithful renditions of Psalms, even if many claim some source of a Psalm at the bottom of the page. I am looking for Psalms that are faithful to the original (less of paraphrases) and contain the entire Psalm or at least a continued part (not skipping verses in the middle). My two "go-to" Psalms from the hymnal have been Psalm 100 (hymn #1) and Psalm 23 (hymn #85 -- I prefer the version without the repetition added). Psalm 100 is not even as great of a rendition, and they strangely change "mirth" to "fear" (away from the text as far as I can tell). I know there are a lot of selections from the Psalter of 1912, but I have found these to be disappointing by and large. What Psalms have you found to be the most faithful to the text and so able to be rightfully called Psalms?