#172 Psalms 63-68


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Day 172 of the podcast, reading Psalms 63-68 NET, read along at:

This is day 172 of our journey.

Today we read another 6 Psalms. Each of them speaks of the deliverance of the Lord and his worthiness to be praised.

In Psalm 63, David expresses his intense desire to be in God's presence and confidently affirms that God will judge his enemies.

In Psalm 64 he asks God to protect him from his dangerous enemies and then confidently affirms that God will destroy the wicked and demonstrate his justice in the sight of all observers.

In Psalm 65, David praises God because he forgives sin and blesses his people with an abundant harvest.

Psalm 66 is a song of praise to God because he has delivered his people from a crisis.

In Psalm 67, the psalmist prays for God's blessing upon his people. When his people are blessed, all the nations of the world will give God the honor he deserves.

In Psalm 68, David depicts God as a mighty warrior and celebrates the fact that God exerts his power on behalf of his people. Only He is worthy of praise!

Join me in Psalms 63-68 to praise the God who delivers, protects, and provides!

Key verses:

Psalms 63:3
Because experiencing your loyal love is better than life itself,my lips will praise you.

Psalms 64:8
Their slander will bring about their demise. All who see them will shudder,

Psalms 65:11
You crown the year with your good blessings, and you leave abundance in your wake.

Psalms 66:5
Come and witness God’s exploits! His acts on behalf of people are awesome!

Psalms 67:7
May God bless us! Then all the ends of the earth will give him the honor he deserves.

Psalms 68:19
The Lord deserves praise! Day after day he carries our burden,the God who delivers us. (Selah)

All Scriptures are from the NET.

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