The May Psalm of the month is Psalm 46.
Suggested Activities for the week:
Think about verse 11. How does this verse change your life when you believe it to be true?
Look at verses 8-11 as a whole. What does verse 10 mean to you?
Consider this article: http://stjohn-appleton.org/slow-down-youre-moving-too-fast
How will the time spent in God’s Word during the “stay-at-home” order affect your life going forward?
In what ways does God offer us Christians refreshment like a river of fresh water? Through faith in Jesus we are citizens of the City of God. How is this a comfort for us – especially in troubled times?
Silence and solitude: Intentionally spend some time alone with just yourself and God, away from other people.
Who is God? What other qualities of God are brought to mind by these verses? Journal about times in your life in which God has proven these attributes about himself to be true.
Read this document:
Find an app to help with memorization at www.biblememory.com.
Bookmark www.openthebook.org on your phone and/or computer.
The Saint Lucas family is reading through the Psalms twice in 2020.
We are focusing on one specific Psalm per month. We are encouraged to spend extra time reading, studying, thinking about, and meditating on this one Psalm. At the end of the year, we will know 12 Psalms really well. New study tips and resources are provided every week.
May 18-23, 2020
Monday Psalm 115
Wednesday Psalm 118
Thursday Psalm 119:1-56
Friday Psalm 119:57-112
Saturday Psalm 119:113-176
May 25-30, 2020
Monday Psalm 120
Tuesday Psalm 121
Wednesday Psalm 122
Thursday Psalm 123
Friday Psalm 124
Saturday Psalm 125
It’s not too late to jump into the daily readings and monthly Psalm study. Simply start where we are!