Back in 2013, I first introduced our As I See It readers to my contemplative journey through the Psalms. With three blogs per week (Monday, Wednesday & Friday), it took us nearly one whole year to make it through all 150 Psalms! Since we’ve had a large number of new readers join us since 2013, I’ve prayerfully decided to re-blog this series, and yes, once again, the project will take us until Christmas -time to complete our journey!
So here we go with Psalms 136-150. Enjoy these final steps of the journey as we contemplate the Psalms!
Below, you will find a complete list of all the blogs (15 blogs, and A Final Word) in this concluding part of the series. We suggest that you bookmark this home page for ease of use. Enjoy!
Each one of our blog studies can serve you well as a support piece in your devotional life with Jesus. As you’ll see when you open up one of our pages, each blog begins with a short scripture or reading, some thoughts to consider, and then concludes with a prayer and a question or two for you to ponder. Go slow. Walk at your own pace, inviting the Holy Spirit to join with you as you read and reflect.
Psalm 136. Unconditional, Unending, Unshakeable God-Love.
Psalm 137. Let the Captives Sing Out.
Psalm 138. The Thank You Song.
Psalm 139. A Gut-Honest Investigation.
Psalm 140. Who Is My Enemy, Anyway?
Psalm 141. Singularly-Focused Eyes.
Psalm 142. Spill and Spell.
Psalm 143. Humility. The Road Less Traveled.
Psalm 144. Blessed Shalom.
Psalm 145. King David’s Greatest Hits.
Psalm 146. Hallelujah #1: God Is Large And In Charge.
Psalm 147. Hallelujah #2: It’s A Good, Beautiful, And Fitting Thing To Do.
Psalm 148. Hallelujah #3: God Is Our Creator.
Psalm 149. Hallelujah #4: God Delights In Our Praise.
Psalm 150. Hallelujah #5: Just Do It.
One Final Word.
Don’t take this journey into The Psalms alone! One of the best ways to explore the on-going applications of this blog series is to walk alongside a biblically-based, Christ-centered spiritual director who is familiar with how to make material like this part of your overall spiritual formation in God. Many of our directors in our Sustainable Faith-Heartland network are available to companion you in your journey with Jesus. Click here for more info.