Psalm 114 is the 114th psalm of the Book of Psalms. In the Septuagint, it is combined with Psalm 115 into one psalm.
- Is one of six psalms (113-118) of which Hallel is composed. On all days when Hallel is recited, this psalm is recited in its entirety.
- Is recited on the first and/or eighth days of Passover in some traditions.
Since the sixth century, the psalm has been used as a reading at Christian burial services, and also in ministry to those who are dying. It has also been read at Easter Day services, as Israel's deliverance from slavery is seen as a metaphor for deliverance from sin. In the Revised Common Lectionary, the Psalm appears in Year A on the seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost. In Slavic and Greek Orthodox churches, it is sung as an antiphon for the feast of Theophany, for the following Sunday and for Palm Sunday.
Part of the psalm is quoted at the beginning of Dante's Purgatorio.