Praying through the Most Beloved Psalms in 30 Days
The Book of Psalms is one of the most popular Bible books, and it contains songs, prayers, and poetry in praise of God. Read through the 30 most popular Psalms for a powerful way to meditate on the themes of the Psalms.
Day 1 – Psalm 91
Read Psalm 23: Lord, anoint me as Your beloved and bestow blessings upon me. Psalm 91:9-13: Most loving Father, when I don’t know where to turn or whom to trust, You’re there to take care of me.
Day 4 – Psalm 139
Psalm 139 says, “I surrender myself to You, Lord; show me anything in my life that offends You so that I may correct it and walk toward eternal salvation.”
Day 5 – Psalm 121
Psalm 121: I will see victory through Your son, Jesus Christ, Lord, with You as my stronghold.
Day 6 – Psalm 51
“Cleansearcher, cleanse me of my transgressions and restore me with Your mercy,” says Psalm 51:9-10. “Don’t envy those who have worldly success but do not honor You,” says Psalm 37.
Day 8 – Psalm 1
Lord Jesus, I understand that bad company tarnishes good character; grant me the wisdom to avoid those who would lead me away from You, and help me to grow deep roots in Your Holy Word so that I may flourish in Your Light through Christ Jesus.
Day 9 – Psalm 35
Psalm 35:8-9: Deliver me from despair over the troublemakers and dishonest people in my life, and put Your mighty hand between me and those who want to harm me.
Day 10 – Psalm 46
I stay close to you and sing hymns in Your honor as this fallen world moves away from you, Psalm 46 says, because I know the day will come when every tear will be wiped away, death will be defeated, and I’ll rejoice with You in Paradise.
Day 11 – Psalm 34
God is good! All honor and glory to the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob! I tasted and saw the goodness of the Lord when my spirit was downcast and hungry, and I turned away from sin and was cleansed by the blood of the Lamb.
Day 12 – Psalm 119
I pray for the strength to walk in the Lord’s Law, and I read Psalm 119, praying that all of Your creations, including the angels, worship Your Holy Name!
How do you use psalms to pray?
How to make the Psalms more personal in your prayers:
- Choose a Psalm and read it through. Then read it again, lingering over the words that speak to your heart.
- As you connect with the words in the Psalm, begin to say those words to God in prayer.
What does Psalm 13 say?
Consider and hear me, O LORD my God: open my eyes, lest I sleep the sleep of death; lest my adversary say, “I have defeated him,” and those who trouble me rejoice when I am moved; but I have trusted in thy mercy, and my heart shall rejoice in thy salvation.
What Psalm Can I read for blessing?
Psalms for Blessings is a collection of Psalms for Blessings.
- “May the Lord our God’s favor be upon us
- establish the work of our hands for us– yes, establish the work of our hands.”
- Psalms 27:4.
- Numbers 6:24-26.
- 2 Corinthians 9:8-9.
- Psalms 5:12.
- Psalms 84:11.
- Luke 1:45.
What is the best prayer to God?
Loved God, I pray that you will comfort me in my suffering, strengthen the hands of my healers, and bless the methods used to cure me; give me such faith in the power of your grace that I may put my complete trust in you even when I am afraid; through our Savior Jesus Christ, Amen.
What is the 4 types of prayer?
u201cPrayer is the raising of the mind and heart to God or the requesting of good things from God,u201d writes John Damascene. This definition encompasses the four main types of prayer: adoration, contrition, thanksgiving, and supplication.
What does Psalm 25 say?
I put my trust in thee, O my God: do not let me be ashamed, do not let my enemies triumph over me; indeed, let none who wait on thee be ashamed: let those who transgress without cause be ashamed.
What does Psalms 46 say?
God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble, so we will not be afraid, even if the earth is removed, and the mountains are carried into the midst of the sea; though the waters thereof roar and be troubled, though the mountains shake with the swelling thereof.
What is the meaning of Psalms 91?
Psalm 91 conveys the themes of God’s protection and rescue from danger in Jewish thought.
How do I get close to God again?
Have you ever wondered how to become more spiritually connected to God?
- 2.1 Read your Bible. 2.2 Pray. 2.3 Fellowship with other Christians. 2.4 Be humble. 2.6 Confess your sins and repent from bad habits. 2.7 Love others. 2.8 Express gratitude.
How can I connect with God again?
Without going to church, here are 9 ways to be spiritual and connect with God:
- Slow down.
- Meditate or pray.
- Enjoy the outdoors.
- Stay open to finding God within yourself.
- Look for God in each person you meet.
- Stay open to experiencing the Spirit in unexpected places.
What is the most powerful prayer for money?
I command you, O Subconscious Mind, to assist me in gracefully accepting God’s gifts of money, wealth, and abundance in order to make me wealthy and prosperous.
What are the 7 blessings of God?
Blessed are You, Adonai, our God, Creator of all things, Ruler of the Universe, Who gave us joy and gladness, loving couples, mirth, glad song, pleasure, delight, love, loving communities, peace, and companionship.
What does Psalm 9 mean in the Bible?
The psalm’s theme is that evil’s victory is only temporary, and that in the end, the righteous will triumph. Psalm 10 is considered part of Psalm 9 in the Greek Septuagint and most pre-Reformation Christian Bibles, and the two psalms are written as a single acrostic Hebrew poem.