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The book of Psalms is the songbook of God’s people. The songwriters of the Psalms model for us how to keep singing in any and every circumstance Through crisis & contentment, suffering & success, problems & prosperity—the Psalms help us find our song to worship God through it all.

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In our culture, we often correlate blessing and happiness with circumstance. Maybe you’ve got a fulfilling job, a happy & loving family, a secure income, successful & interesting friends—your happiness is sure, right? Psalm 1 tells us that maybe...
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Psalm 141 is a prayer of self-correction and refinement. In it, David prays that God would protect him from temptation; he prays that God would make him receptive to correction and difficult truth; essentially, David prays, “God, change my heart...
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Psalm 44 can feel like a pretty grim work of poetry—it describes a raw and real pain, and registers complaint after complaint to God. And it doesn’t even resolve! The writer is left in brokenness and confusion at why they’ve been seemingly...
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God is not in the business of hiding. He doesn’t play hard to get, and he’s not interested in keeping himself from us. On the contrary, God makes himself known in any way he can. It’s hard to miss the ways God reveals himself, and Psalm 19 is...
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Psalm 20 is a psalm for leaders. In it, we find helpful information about how leaders need to pray, and how leaders need to lead. Before you write off this psalm because you don’t think you’re a leader, think again! You don’t have to be leading a...
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We need Psalm 136 to remind us that even when we fail or get sidetracked by the worries and cares of life, God’s love endures forever. The Psalm interrupts 26 times to assure us that everything—our finances & our relationships, our worry & our...
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Through Psalm 32, David teaches us an important truth about how our soul works—if you bottle something up, you’ll blow up; if you shove your sin under the rug, you’ll just keep tripping over it. When you cover your sin and stuff it out of sight...
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Are you being pummeled by a problem that is utterly out of your control? Do you feel helpless? Powerless? If you’re facing a calamity that’s bigger than you, then Psalm 46 may be a passage for you this season. Psalm 46 is a psalm of trust...
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Life is filled with flourishing and thriving, but also suffering and dying. You might be unhappy, unmarried, unemployed, or unsatisfied—but what if you didn’t have to wait around for a resolution before praising God? Psalm 103 articulates the...
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