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Week 23

Memory Verse: Isaiah 55:9

Reading #1: Psalm 36

Questions:  Right after the description of the height of God’s love, faithfulness, righteousness and judgment in verses 5 & 6, what promises of His provision are we given in verses 7-9?

Reading #2: Psalm 57

Questions:  Both Psalm 36 and 57 describe God and His ways as being higher than the heavens and yet both call the reader to “take shelter under the shadow of His wings.”  How do you connect those 2 Divine attributes of loftiness and protection?

Reading #3: Psalm 71

Questions:  Psalm 71 continues the theme of God’s heavenly reaching righteousness and sheltering refuge.  What do these Divine attributes motivate the Psalmist to do in verses 14-18 and 22-24.  According to verse 17, how did the Psalmist acquire such a deep knowledge of the Lord?

Reading #4: Psalm 103

Questions: Verse 11 says that God’s steadfast love for those who fear Him is as high as the heavens are above the earth and in the next verse it says that he has removed our sins as far as the east is from the west.  What pivotal event can you point to that most profoundly displays those 2 statements?

Psalms and Hymns

Psalm 36B “Thy mercy Lord, extends to heaven; Thy faithfulness, the sky.  Thy justice is like mounts of God; Thy judgements depths defy.”

Psalm 57B “O be exalted high, O God! Above the heavens stand, and let Your glory be above all earth, both sea and land.

Praying Under the Same Sky

Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore

Week 22

Memory Verse: Psalm 119:89

Questions:  What message do the heavens declare?

Reading #1: Psalm 8

Questions:  According to verse 1, which attribute of God’s is set above the heavens?

Reading #2: Psalm 19

Questions:  According to verses 1-3, which 3 things do the heavens declare, proclaim, or reveal?

Reading #3: Psalm 50

Questions:  According to verse 6, which attribute of God’s do the heavens declare?

Reading #4: Psalm 97

Questions:  According to verse 6, which attribute of God’s do the heavens proclaim?

Psalms and Hymns

Psalm 8B “When I view the skies above which your own fingers made, When I see the moon and stars which you in order laid, What is man so frail and weak that you should remember him?  What can be the son of man that you should care for him?”

Psalm 19A “The spacious heavens declare the glory of our God;  The firmament displays His handiwork abroad.”

Praying Under the Same Sky

Qatar, Romania, Russia