Posted by: Bob Clark | July 29, 2010

Praying the Psalms

I have been blessed by the practice of reading five psalms each day since hearing the idea from Randy Harris a few years ago. This reading schedule encourages reading through Psalms in one month.

Below is how the schedule looks, for those who might be interested in starting Sunday, August 1.

If you decide to jump in for a month, I would love for you to send me a note and let me know how your experience went.

Psalms reading schedule

Day        Psalms

1                 1-5

2                 6-10

3                 11-15

4                 16-20

5                 21-25

6                 26-30

7                 31-35

8                 36-40

9                 41-45

10              46-50

11              51-55

12              56-60

13              61-65

14              66-70

15              71-75

16              76-80

17              81-85

18              86-90

19              91-95

20              96-100

21              101-105

22              106-110

23              111-115

24              116-120

25              121-125

26              126-130

27              131-135

28              136-140

29              141-145

30              146-150

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Responses

  1. As I try to sleep tonight, the night before I start my new job — new workplace, new job description, new coworkers, new rules, new expectations — I meditate on these verses from today’s reading:
    Ps 4:8 “I will lie down and sleep in peace, for you alone, O LORD, make me dwell in safety.”
    Ps 3:5 “I lie down and sleep; I wake again, because the LORD sustains me.”

  2. What an assuring word from God! I know this is a busy time for you, but I hope you will continue to keep feeding each day through the month of August! Thanks so much for sharing this experience.


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