The Psalm A Day Challenge

There are 150 psalms with Psalm 119 having 22 sections. Why not read a Psalm A Day for the first 171 days of 2019?

On Sunday, 30 December 2018, I had the privilege of delivering the worship message to St Aidans Takanini, Auckland, New Zealand. The message ended with a challenge:

In preparation for the congregation celebrating their 30th anniversary, why not collectively read through the Psalms?

The challenge was received with excitement and reservation. Most have never committed themselves to systematically read through an entire book in the Bible.

Why the Book of Psalms? Because finding peace through forgiveness, perfection (that’s holding your tongue) and thanksgiving is encouraged by the Psalms. The Psalms will teach you, motivate you and enable you to find the right heart attitude that leads you to peace.

There are 150 psalms for the first 150 days in 2019. However, as many are aware, Psalm 119 is particularly lengthy. We agreed to take 22 days for that chapter.

The challenge is read one Psalm for each day in this new year. After 171 days, St Aidans will be commence celebrations of its anniversary.

Want to join in?

OPEN HERE FOR
PSALM A DAY CHALLENGE

Subscribe through the church’s website for your daily reminder. You will be sent a link to read each Psalm on-line along with 4 thoughts to consider.

Whatever your resolutions, remember routine is your greatest friend. I wish you peaceful blessings for 2019!

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Author: A Sojourner's Diary

Dr Timothy Rose is a long-term student of ancient writings seeking practical wisdom for the life journey under the sun.

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