Reading these Psalms I feel so spoiled. Are you struggling with the Quarantine? I am. I have 3 kids, one has a broken back so I am with her 24/7, a daughter that sleeps till noon, and a son that leaves every plate and cup in his bedroom. No matter how much I pick up my house by the end of the day it is worse than when it started. My husband works from home so…well let’s just say there is a reason we have asked each other “Is your life insurance paid up” this week! As I sit here in my comfy house, with food, no one trying to kill me, running water, and technology I read the first Psalm and tried to picture David. He DIDN’T ASK to be King. He had to leave his family, his wife, his home, his best friend is dead, he is living in caves, his enemies are trying to kill him, his own tribe is trying to kill him….he has a lot on his plate. His quarantine and my quarantine are very different. And yet David writes:
In the beginning you laid the foundations of the earth,
and the heavens are the work of your hands.
They will perish, but you remain;
they will all wear out like a garment.
Like clothing you will change them
and they will be discarded.
But you remain the same,
and your years will never end.
The children of your servants will live in your presence;
their descendants will be established before you.”
Psalm 103-I hung on every word: In Comments I want you to write the ONE verse that you loved the most. Maybe it is from a song or is it is familiar, or maybe it was a verse you have never read before but loved. You don’t have to use your real name if you are shy. Please!!!
Psalm 104- I don’t know how geologist studies the earth and not see God. How can the details just happen?? Psalm 104 is the Creation Psalm
Verses 1-2=Day 1
Verses 2-3=Day 2
Verses 6-18=Day 3
Verses 19-23=Day 4
Verses 25-26=Day 5
Verse 21-30=Day 6