Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom, and as you sing psalms, hymns and spiritual songs with gratitude in your hearts to God. (Colossians 3:16 New International Version)
The Psalms are prayers. They are also God’s Word. We know that when we read, meditate and pray over God’s Word, our prayer is powerful. Most Psalms take less than 10 minutes to read and reflect on.
Where should you start? You can start at Psalm 1, or you can join us by following along with our suggested reading plan. You can find that in the weekly bulletin we provide on Sunday evenings, and it is also available on the Discussion Tab of the Psalm A Day 2010 Facebook Group.
You don’t even need to be a Group Member or a Facebook Member to join in! Just click on the link and you are taken directly there. You don’t even have to log in. NOTE: Only Group members are able to add a comment.
Here is a process that helped many of us as we approach reading one Psalm each day:
- Pray that God would open your heart and mind to what He has to say.
- Read prayerfully, savoring the parts that God brings to life.
- Pray over what you have read, asking God to remind you of the things that He wants you to think about.
- OPTIONAL: Write down your thoughts in a journal or on our Facebook group Wall. (To get to the Facebook Wall, click here.)