Psalms Devotions 5 concludes this series of Psalms Devotions with Psalms 120 - 150.
These devotions, which were originally published in my Daily Bible Devotions blog, were written to encourage Christians to walk by faith and not by sight as they face their daily struggles in life. The task of writing all of these devotions has been one of the greatest blessings in my life.
The Psalms are so rich in meaning and practical applications to life that I believe I could begin all over again and not repeat myself.
The Bible is a living Book; you can read it again and again and you will continually find new meaning and strength for you daily Christian walk. Everything I write, therefore, is influenced by my Christian walk as well.
May God richly bless you as He has me as you conclude these Daily Bible Devotions from the Psalms.
Before we look at each of the Psalms, I would like to share this quote with you from Matthew Henry.
The first and last of the Psalms have both the same number of verses, are both short and very memorable; but the scope of them is very different; the first Psalm is an elaborate instruction in our duty, to prepare us for the comforts of our devotion; this is all rapture and transport, and perhaps was penned on purpose to be the conclusion of those sacred songs, to show what is the design of them all, and that is, to assist us in praising God.
To God be the Glory!
Psalms Devotions 1 - Psalms 1 - 40
Psalms Devotions 2 - Psalms 41 - 84
Psalms Devotions 3 - Psalms 85 - 118
Psalms Devotions 4 - Psalm 119
Psalms Devotions 5 - Psalms 120-150
Daily Bible Devotions