BIBLE STUDIES

Continuing Our Journey Through The Psalms

Monthly Devotion



What you will need: Bible and a notebook to journal.

Daily Devotion:

1) First pray that God will open your heart and mind to what He wants you to learn

2) Read the Psalm slowly. Most of them are songs. Try to read with a rhythm. Try to determine what the psalmist is trying to say. May want to read it again – slower.

3) Write down any characteristics that are describing God.

4) Write down the general feeling of the psalm. Is God being praised? Is the psalmist complaining to God? Etc.

5) If there is a verse(s) that captures you, write it(them) down. Try to ponder them throughout the day.

 

Schedule:

M 6/1 Psalm 119 vs 25-48  

T 6/2 Psalm 119 vs 49-72  

W 6/3 Psalm 119 vs 73-96  

R 6/4 Psalm 119 vs 97-120  

F 6/5 Psalm 119 vs 121-144  

S 6/6 Psalm 119 vs 145-176 ****  

S 6/7 Rest – Enjoy Worship  

 

M 6/8 Psalm 120 & 121  

T 6/9 Psalm 122 & 123  

W 6/10 Psalm 124 & 125  

R 6/11 Psalm 126 & 127  

F 6/12 Psalm 128 & 129  

S 6/13 Psalm 130 & 131 ****  

S 6/14 Enjoy Worship  

 

M 6/15 Psalm 132 & 133

T 6/16 Psalm 134 & 135

W 6/17 Psalm 136

R 6/18 Psalm 137 & 138

F 6/19 Psalm 139  

S 6/20 Psalm 140 ****

S 6/21 Rest – Enjoy Worship

 

M 6/22 Psalm 141 & 142

T 6/23 Psalm 143

W 6/24 Psalm 144

R 6/25 Psalm 145

F 6/26 Psalm 146

S 6/27 Psalm 147 ****

S 6/28 Rest – Enjoy Worship

 

M 6/29 Psalm 148  

T 6/30 Psalm 149 & 150

 

 

Saturday – Find yourself a quiet place. Take one of the characteristics you have learned about God during the week. Then using a name that you use for God, quietly sit for 5 minutes and let God speak to you. If you find your mind wondering, that is okay, but bring it back by using the characteristic and the name of God. For instance: I might be focusing on Merciful as my characteristic. I usually call God – Father. So, if my mind wonders, I bring it back by thinking Merciful Father. I usually have to do this many times. Do Not beat yourself up about this. You will get better. Just try to listen to what God is speaking to you..


Continuing Our Journey Through The Psalms

Monthly Devotion

What you will need: Bible and a notebook to journal.


Daily Devotion:

1) First pray that God will open your heart and mind to what He wants you to learn

2) Read the Psalm slowly. Most of them are songs. Try to read with a rhythm. Try to determine what the psalmist is trying to say. May want to read it again – slower.

3) Write down any characteristics that are describing God.

4) Write down the general feeling of the psalm. Is God being praised? Is the psalmist complaining to God? Etc.

5) If there is a verse(s) that captures you, write it(them) down. Try to ponder them throughout the day.

Schedule:


M 5/4 Psalm 90

T 5/5 Psalm 91

W 5/6 Psalm 92 & 93

R 5/7 Psalm 94

F 5/8 Psalm 95

S 5/9 Psalm 96 ****

S 5/10 Rest – Enjoy Worship

M 5/11 Psalm 97

T 5/12 Psalm 98 & 99

W 5/13 Psalm 100 & 101

R 5/14 Psalm 102

F 5/15 Psalm 103

S 5/16 Psalm 104 ****

S 5/17 Enjoy Worship

M 5/18 Psalm 105

T 5/19 Psalm 106

W 5/20 Psalm 107

R 5/21 Psalm 108

F 5/22 Psalm 109

S 5/23 Psalm 110 ****

S 5/24 Rest – Enjoy Worship

M 5/25 Psalm 111 & 112

T 5/26 Psalm 113 & 114

W 5/27 Psalm 115

R 5/28 Psalm 116 & 117

F 5/29 Psalm 118

S 5/30 Psalm 119 vs 1-24 ****

S 5/31 Rest – Enjoy Worship


Saturday – Find yourself a quiet place. Take one of the characteristics you have learned about God during the week. Then using a name that you use for God, quietly sit for 5 minutes and let God speak to you. If you find your mind wondering, that is okay, but bring it back by using the characteristic and the name of God. For instance: I might be focusing on Merciful as my characteristic. I usually call God – Father. So, if my mind wonders, I bring it back by thinking Merciful Father. I usually have to do this many times. Do Not beat yourself up about this. You will get better. Just try to listen to what God is speaking to you.

Bible Studies

Paul Baker has resumed his weekly evening Bible study at 5pm Sundays. To join log on to Zoom and type in the church phone number for the ID number. If you are new to Zoom, watch the video posted on our Facebook page or call the church office and we will try to walk you through it. Many members who thought they would have trouble, have got on with no problems. So don't be afraid to try.

Adult Bible Study

Paul Baker leads bible study Sunday evenings at 6pm in the Learning Center.


All are welcome

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