It is my joy to host the Psalms Series. Many fantastic guests are joining us as we grow together in truth. It is our hope that you will be blessed as we read God’s Word, renew our minds and refocus our hearts.
The series begins on May 26th and will run until July 5th!
Psalm 51:10-12 “Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a steadfast spirit within me. Do not cast me from your presence or take your Holy Spirit from me. Restore to me the joy of your salvation and grant me a willing spirit, to sustain me.”
read God’s Word
renew your mind
refocus your heart
Psalm 19: Welcome/Enjoy the Benefits/Katie
Psalm 27: Do Not Lose Heart/Jamie R.
Psalm 91: Under His Wings/Kristin
Psalm 100: A Declaration From the Soul/Jennifer
Psalm 101: Garbage In, Garbage Out/Sabra
Psalm 102: But You, Oh Lord/Elisheba
Psalm 103: Bless the Lord/Karrilee
Psalm 104: His Presence, My Purpose/Martha
Psalm 105: Past Reflections/Tonya
Psalm 106: I Think, I’m In Love/Jen R.
Psalm 107: Say So!/Kris
Psalm 108: Harmony of Grace/Jamie G.
Psalm 109: God Stands With The Needy/Alecia
Psalm 110: Jesus, Our Advocate/Julie
Psalm 111: Miracles and Memories/Holly
Psalm 112: Righteous Generosity/Jess
Psalm 113: Praise In the Pain/Marcy
Psalm 114: Don’t Run Away/Brooklyn
Psalm 115: Surrendering to Peace /Angela
Psalm 116: Be At Rest Once More/Kelley
Psalm 117: Words of Praise/Abby
Psalm 118: He Answers, He Helps/Beth
Psalm 119: The Delights of His Word/Ellie
Psalm 120: Deliver Me!/Marnie
Psalm 121: Lord, Help Me!/Meredith
Psalm 122: For His Sake/Carrie
Psalm 123: The Good Master/Danielle
Psalm 125: Worthy Of Trust /Lisa
Psalm 126: Caught Up/Charity
Psalm 127: In The Big And Small/Jeannette
Psalm 128: Indebted To His Grace/Rachael
Psalm 129: A Message Of Hope/Jen M.
Psalm 130: It’s All Jesus/Kenzie
Psalm 131: Confessions & Compassion/Angie
Series Conclusion: A Cause for Celebration/Katie
For further instruction on studying the bible, check out these practical tips for Digging Into His Word or find a local Precept Bible Study near you.
What’s your favorite Psalm? We’d love to hear what it is and why it is meaningful to you in the comments.