Have you ever tried reading a few psalms a day, from the Bible? It makes a FABULOUS devotional book!!
When was the last time you set out to invest time, trust, and affection into your relationship with your Heavenly Father who hears all, sees all, and is who much of Psalms was written for? (some is instructional or inspirational for our benefit...)
Does your choice of company of activities reflect a value system shared with the psalmist? Is there a way that you would like to improve?
Dear Father in Heaven, I thank you for your love for your people, and your mercy and your grace, that you desire a relationship with us, and that you are willing to be a present help in times of trouble. Thank you for your word preserved, that we may learn and grow, in our journey of faith with You! Thank you for Jesus, that makes it possible for us to expect that the best is yet to come...In Jesus's name I pray, amen.
This post is part of a series, where sisters take turns blogging through the Bible as we read cover to cover. You can find other posts here, and thank you for joining us:
Words From the Wheel by StaceyLynn Wells
No Longer Lukewarm by Angela G