What if we spent the summer reading, praying, knowing and living out the Psalms? How might that help us to know God and ourselves better? We are excited about our current sermon series, “Psalms – Knowing Our God and Ourselves.” We hope you make plans to join us on Sundays for this series. But more importantly, we hope you accept the challenge to make the Psalms a part of your daily rhythm this summer. As we kicked off this series, Pastor Jeff asked us to consider reading a Psalm a day over the summer. Here is a helpful suggestion if that feels overwhelming: Pick one Psalm per week and dwell there daily. Don’t beat yourself up if you miss a day. The point isn’t to check it off your daily list, but rather to create some intentional time and space for you to be with God through prayer and meditation that is centered in His Word.
Here are eight suggestions:
Let’s read, pray, know, and live the Word this summer and beyond!
Check out these other helpful resources on the Psalms:
The Verses Project | Music and devotionals based on Psalms (search for Psalms)
A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23 by Phillip Keller