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90 Day Challenge Day 42

Read  Psalm 46 -69

Highlights

46. God is our Refuge and Strength
47. God is the King of the Earth
48. The Beauty and Glory of Zion
49. The Foolishness of Trusting in Wealth
50. God is Judge
51. A Prayer for Forgiveness
52. Futility of Wickedness
53. The Fool Has Said in His Heart…
54. Prayer for Deliverance
55. Prayer of Destruction
56. Prayer of Deliverance, Trust in God
57. Prayer for Rescue
58. Prayer for Punishment of the Wicked
59. Prayer for Deliverance from Enemies
60. Lament over Defeat; Prayer for Help
61. Hear My Cry
62. The “Only” Psalm
63. My Soul Thirsts for You
64. Prayer for Deliverance
65. God’s Blessings on Earth
66. Come and See the Works of God
67. Psalm for the Nations
68. Father of the Fatherless, the God who is our salvation
69. A Cry of Distress
Psalm Facts
Many of the Psalms are directly linked with the events of David’s life:  Psalm 51 (after his sin with Bathsheba); Psalm 34 (after he feigned madness before Abimelech).  Fun to read them so soon after reading the actual events that inspired their writing.

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