This week’s daily readings are listed below, along with some questions to guide your reading.
To whom has the Lord given the earth?
What should we render to the Lord for all His benefits? What is precious in the sight of the Lord? What verse is repeated twice in this psalm?
Why should we praise the Lord?
What phrase is repeated in the beginning and end of this psalm? Why should we not fear what man can do to us? What is better than putting your confidence in men? What verse in this psalm is quoted several times in the New Testament?
What are some synonyms in this psalm for the Word of God? How can a young man cleanse his way? What did the psalmist love? For how long is God’s Word settled? The psalmist had more understanding than what two groups? What objects were compared to the Word of God? How did the psalmist esteem God’s Word? What does the entrance of God’s Word give? How did the psalmist want his steps ordered? What shows the tremendous respect the psalmist had for the Word? What are some benefits of loving the law? How many verses are in this psalm?
What did the psalmist do when in distress?
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