Welcome back to another week in the book of Psalms! I can’t wait to study chapters 31-35 with you!
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This Week’s Bible Reading Plan:
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This week’s Reflection & Discussion Questions
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There is nothing that David trusts in, except God. He was not ashamed of his faith but rather praised God day in and day out, no matter how hard his trials had become.
Do you struggle to let your faith in God be known? Do you worry that God might not come through and somehow that will bring shame to yourself or God? In what area of your life do you need to be more bold with your faith?
David confessed his sins to the Lord and rejoiced greatly because he was forgiven.
Are there any sins that you need to confess to God right now and receive His forgiveness?
This psalm is filled with praise and worship to the Lord.
What role does worship play in your life and how can you have a continual heart of praise?
David knew what it felt like to be broken. His spirit had been crushed through his trials. But God was near and heard his cries for help and delivered him from his afflictions.
Are you hurting today? Has something crushed you? The Lord is near and he wants to help you. Tell God your hurts. Ask him for help and deliverance. Let the Lord be your refuge, while you wait for healing.
In the midst of David’s trials and turmoil, he continues to call on God for help and then praise the Lord for his greatness.
How do you respond to trials and turmoil in your life? Do you call out to God for help? Do you praise God for his greatness?
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This Week’s Verses of the Day:
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Click HERE to print the Verses of the Day for Psalms 31-35.
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Bible Reading Plan Bookmark
so you can check off the days as you go.
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Walk with the King,
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