Reading this week: Finding sola Scriptura in the Psalms
Monday: Psalm 1, A Song for the person who delights in God’s law
Where are you “planted” in this season of our life? One characteristic of the fruit of the blessed person is its staying power. What are the long-term fruit projects in your life?
Tuesday: Psalm 14, A Song for the fool
How did you first experience the salvation that comes out of Zion? With what characteristic of the fool is God dealing right now in your life? How are you praying for the “fool” God has put in your life?
Wednesday: Psalm 25, A Song for the person who wants to follow God
The Psalmist calls us to use each of our senses to see, hear and feel God’s leading in our lives. When has God’s leading been most clear in your life? What are you doing to sharpen your “following God” senses?
Thursday: Psalm 112, A Song of Obedience and Generosity
This wisdom Psalm ties together the great Scripture themes of blessing and generosity. How do the values of compassion and generosity direct your paths? When has God provided a generous person for you?
Friday: Psalm 63, A Song for the sanctuary and the bedroom
The Psalmist sings at church and at home! What songs from the sanctuary are most important to you at home? When have your experienced the richness of God’s provision?
Saturday: Psalm 86, A Song for an undivided heart
What “sign” of God’s goodness (86:17) is helping and comforting you today?