Bible in 90 Days | Psalms 1 – 24: Day 40

The book of Psalms is probably the most difficult reading that I encounter while reading through the Bible in 90 days. It isn’t because of difficult content reading, but because the book really warrants time to consider and chew on the message. The emotion that exists in the songs and prayers of Psalms is something that could be read daily. Many people do read through Psalms over the course of about 5 months… 1 chapter a day.

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Psalms 1

Loving God’s word and daily consuming it is like a tree planted near streams of water. The wicked can not stand in judgement nor in the presence of the righteous.

Psalms 2

God laughs at those who plot in vain. Those rulers who ignore Him and attack Him, God breaks them. A potter will not try to fix the clay if it is broken.

Psalms 3

God is a shield for us against our enemies. He sustains us and saves us.

Psalms 4

The Lord has set apart the godly for Himself. He hears those who call Him. He can offer us more joy than any other possession.

Psalms 5

God does not delight in wickedness. Those who refuge in Him can rejoice.

Psalms 6

The Lord is able to deliver those who are languishing. He can heal the physical and the troubled soul.

Psalms 7

God’s sword and bow are just the first of many weapons God has ready for when his anger comes against our enemies. He judges according to His standard.

Psalms 8

What is man that God is mindful of him. With all the majesty that exists in the earth, he cares for man.

Psalms 9

God sits enthroned forever and has established justice and righteousness. He is a stronghold for those in need and trouble.

Psalms 10

While the Lord is king forever and ever, sometimes he seems to be hidden during times of trouble. Thankfully, we have access to Him and can plead with Him to reveal Himself.

Psalms 11

The Lord is in His temple. The righteous can take refuge there.

Psalms 12

The word of the Lord is pure.

Psalms 13

I will sing to the Lord because he has dealt bountifully with me.

Psalms 14

The fool says that there is no God. God is with the generation of the righteous.

Psalms 15

Who can sojourn and dwell with God? Those who walk blamelessly and does what is right and speaks truth in his heart. He who does these things… can not be moved.

Psalms 16

The Lord is our portion, fullness of job and pleasure forever.

Psalms 17

Hide me in the shadow of your wings.

Psalms 18

The Lord is my rock and my fortress and my deliverer. My God. My rock. In whom I take refuge. My shield. The horn of my salvation and my stronghold.

His way is perfect. His word proves true.

Psalms 19

The law of the Lord is perfect reviving the soul. He is right, pure, clean, true. In him, there is great reward.

Psalms 20

We can shout for job because of our salvation in Him. Some trust in chariots and horses… we trust in the Name of the Lord our God.

Psalms 21

Be exalted, O Lord, in your strength! We will sing and praise your power.

Psalms 22

My God, why have you forsaken me? I am despised. They have pierced my hands. You have answered me! The nations will worship the Lord!

Psalms 23

The Lord is my shepherd. He leads me in paths of righteousness. I will fear no evil. I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.

Psalms 24

The earth belongs to the Lord. He who has a pure heart will receive blessing. Who is this King of Glory?!

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