I'd love to read more thought/study put into Psalm 11-19, as these seem to have more obvious reference to the rapture and the 7 year trib. Psalm 18 has exactly 50 verses to refer to the year of jubilee. I know Psalm 111-118 has a menorah to it, but does anyone who is analytical see any significance/possible menorah in the Psalm 11-18 or 19 chapters? Both series of Psalms, though, remarkably point to the same timeline (from obvious numbering of the Psalms) for the rapture and time of Jacob's trouble. I gave simplified chapter by chapter meaning of Psalm 11-19 on another thread that I copied here. I'd love to hear your thoughts and insights to this!
Psalm 11~Talks about the upright men seeing the face of the Lord.
Psalm 12~Talks about the faithful vanishing from the earth. Verse 5 has the Lord arising to place Israel in safety from the evil around them.
Psalm 13~Israel turns to God for deliverance. (Is this their time of turning their hearts toward God again?)
Psalm 14~Mentions a plea for deliverance for Israel would come out of Zion--The sealing of the 144,000 from every tribe of Israel?
Psalm 15~Asks question about who shall dwell on thy holy hill--Jerusalem. This reminds me of how God questioned Job. After the question in verse 1, it goes on to answer who does have the right to dwell on thy holy hill--description of the perfection of Jesus. Could this signify the abomination of the temple--mid-trib?
Psalm 16~Talks about being preserved from God and taking refuge in Him. Is this when the Jewish people flee from Jerusalem where God keeps them safe after the abomination?
Psalm 17~Mentions being kept as the apple of God's eye and hiding in the shadow of thy wings. Also talks about being tracked down by the enemy. Is this the time when AC tries to go after the Jews that have fled?
Psalm 18~Talks about earthquake and mountains shaking. Verses 8 and 9--smoke out of his nostrils, fire from his mouth, came down with thick darkness under his feet. Verse 10--rode upon a cherub, and did fly--upon wings of the wind. (Some think the white horses Jesus and His bride come on could be angels.) Goes on and mentions hailstones and coals of fire. Talks of him shooting out lightning. Sounds very much like Jesus' second coming. Goes on and praises God who delivered them from enemies, and shows steadfast love to David and his decendants for ever.
You can even go on to Psalm 19~Talks about the law of the Lord is perfect-reviving the soul. (The Millenial Kingdom when Jesus rules with a rod of iron?) Verses 4-6 seems to coincide with the New Jerusalem coming down from Heaven--a tent for the sun, coming forth like a bridegroom leaving his chamber, rising from the end of the heavens, nothing hid from its heat.