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Monday, February 11, 2008

Praying the Psalms, week 2

Once again, please click on the Book and Chapter reference to be taken to that Scripture reading.

Monday, Feb 11 --Psalm 143
When sin and trouble get you feeling down, pray “to you, O Lord, I lift up my soul.”

Tuesday, Feb 12 – Psalm 138
Thank God that He answers Your prayer. Go through the Lord’s Prayer to recall how the Lord has answered your prayers.

Wednesday, Feb 13 – Psalm 63
The more you read and reflect on His Word, the more you will desire it and rejoice when that desire is quenched.

Thursday, Feb 14 – Psalm 136
Let this Poem steer your thoughts today to the true source of love.

Friday, Feb 15 -- Psalm 66
As you pray this, you compare the way God delivered you to the way God delivered His people at the Red Sea. It is the same God, and the same deliverance.

Saturday, Feb 16 – Psalm 55:12-22
The Psalms teach us that, at times, we must pray against our enemies. Luther said, “We should pray that our enemies be converted and become our friends and, if not, that their doing and designing be bound to fail and have no success and that their persons perish rather than the Gospel and the Kingdom of Christ.”

Sunday, Feb. 17 - Psalm 132
As we pray, “Thy Kingdom come.” we pray for our church, our synod, all faithful pastors and all of God’s people throughout the world who are by faith, our fellow citizens of the Kingdom.

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