Shalom, everyone! Psalm 92 is traditionally recited three times during the course of the seventh day of the week, which corresponds to Saturday on the Gregorian calendar, and which in the Bnei Yisrael community is observed as the Sabbath Day (Shabbat):
- During Friday evening prayers which usher in the Sabbath Day (Kabbalat Shabbat);
- During the Saturday morning prayer (Shacharit) services;
- As the “psalm of the day” (Shir Shel Yom) at the end of Saturday Shacharit (morning) prayer services.
The Sabbath Day begins on Friday evening at sundown and ends on Saturday evening at nightfall. The following is our video about Psalm 92 in English, adapted from the Jewish Publication Society (JPS) 1917 version of the Tanakh:
Shir Shel Yom: Yom Shabbat – Psalm 92 – Apr 05 2020
Video from Bnei Yisrael Society/YouTube