Psalm 19 Praise and prayer

Psalm 19 begins describing the glory of God and ends with the prayer we often hear from our pastor's on Sunday.

"Let the words of my mouth"....but between those verses comes a challenge

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Psalm 18

Psalm 18  Known as the Psalm of David - It is longer than the previous Psalms we have read, but I would encourage you to take the time, probably a total of ten minutes, to read it. Search out the verses that relate to stories familiar to David. He grew up hearing about the Almighty power of the living God. As we too hear about our God aren't we too still always and forever amazed.  

One verse that spoke to me today was vs. 30 This God--his way is perfect, the way of the Lord proves true; he is a shield for all those who take refuge in him. Read the verses of Psalm 18 and think of David praying them.

Blessings on your day.

Nelle

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That close! Psalm 17

Do you remember when you were a child and you went to a big, strange place with your Dad? Maybe he took you to a mall or a county fair where there were a lot of people.

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Psalm 15 Who?

Psalm 15 asks a question - who is worthy to come and worship? Then proceeds to answer the question. One who is does what is right. The Psalm then continues to tell the reader the qualities of 'one who does right'. God desires our heart be sincere and truthful. Read this Psalm, then ask God to show you the areas of your life where you are not sincere and where you are not truthful.

Each year I choose a word to study for the year. One year I studied righteousness.

(If you desire an interesting word study that will offer you the opportunity to grow, study the word righteousness.)

May your day land jelly side UP!

Nelle