The list maker is "double dipping" having just referenced verse 17 in the last claim as "His name, Yinon, will produce offspring" (the psalm does not say "his name Yinon" or anything about offspring). . . now the claim is that all nations will be blessed by him.
T'hillim / Psalm 72:17 says "May his name be forever; before the sun, his name will be magnified / יִנֹּ֪ון / yinon, and [people] will bless themselves with him; all nations will praise him."
The psalm says all nations will praise the subject.
The psalm does not say that all nations will be blessed by him (and notice the capital letter "H" to make it seem to be about a deity)?
We are told in the very first line of this psalm that it is about King Solomon.
T'hillim / Psalm 72:1: "Concerning Solomon. O G-d, give Your judgments to a king and Your righteousness to a king's son."
So yet again a false claim by the list maker.
Acts 2:11 speaks of the "telling in our own tongues the mighty works of G-d" -- nothing about nations being blessed by G-d, but of people talking about the works of G-d.
Acts 2:12 says "And all were amazed and perplexed, saying to one another, “What does this mean?”" -- again does not fit the claim by the list maker -- we are not being told that "all nations shall be blessed by Him" as in the claim.
Acts 2:41 says "So those who received his word were baptized, and there were added that day about three thousand souls." -- this is also not saying that all nations will be blessed by G-d. . . quite the opposite. It is saying only that 3000 people were baptized.
If you have been reading the 126 claims refuted prior to this post you should see by now that those poor Christians who see a list that "Jesus fulfilled 365 prophecies" are being lied to and misled. It is sad that so many are led into idolatry without ever bother to check the facts for themselves.