6.23 Psalm 104-106

Thomas Knowlton

6.23.2020

Psalm 104-106

Summarize the day’s reading in one paragraph.

Psalms 104 King David describes the glory of God

Psalms 105 talks the LORD’s blessing on his covenant people.

We see in Psalms 106 God’s mercy to his covenant people.

What is one key verse? Why?

Psalms 104:20-24

“You bring darkness, it becomes night, and all the beasts of the forest prowl. The lions roar for their prey and seek their food from God. The sun rises, and they steal away; they return and down in their dens. Then man goes out to his work, to his labor until evening. How many are your works, O LORD! In wisdom, you made them all”

The reason I picked out these verses as a reminder of glory and beauty of God. It shows that God is not a God of mistakes but a God of perfection. 

How does what you read change your vision of God?

It reminded me that God is always faithful to his promises. That he longs to bless his children. Realizing that even though we are broken by sin, that we have a father in heaven that loves us unconditional and is patiently waiting for us to turn our hearts back to him.

How does what you read change your vision of yourself or others?

The psalms remind us that we are beautifully created by God. 

How will you Go with God because of this reading? (Action)

Taking a step back every day from the busyness of life, even if it’s just to observe God’s creation and beauty around us. 

Where did you see Jesus in the Chapters?

In Psalms 106 where the author goes into detail the sins of Israel present and past. Jesus’s unconditional love always shines through even when the Israelites were bent on rebelling.

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