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90 Day Challenge Day 43

Read Psalm 70-89


70.  Prayer for Help
71. Old Man’s Prayer
72. Reign of a Righteous King (a Psalm of Solomon’s)
73. Contrast of Wicked and Righteous (Psalm of Asaph)
74. An Appeal (Psalm of Asaph)
75. God Abases Proud, Exalts Righteous (Psalm of Asaph)
76. Power of God (Psalm of Asaph)
77. Comfort in Trouble (Psalm of Asaph)
78. God’s Guidance (Psalm of Asaph)
79. Lament over Jerusalem (Psalm of Asaph)
80. Prayer for Rescue (Psalm of Asaph)
81. God’s Goodness (Psalm of Asaph)
82. Unjust Judgments Rebuked (Psalm of Asaph)
83. Don’t be Silent (Psalm of Asaph)
84. Longing for Temple Worship (Psalm of the Sons of Korah)
85. Prayer for Mercy (Psalm of the Sons of Korah)
86. Psalm of Supplication and Trust
87. Privileges of Citizenship in Zion (Psalm of the Sons of Korah)
88. A Petition to be Saved from Death (Psalm of the Sons of Korah)
89. The Lord’s Covenant with David (A Maskil of Ethan the Ezrahite)
Psalm Facts
With the exception of Psalm  70, 71 & 86 which are Psalms of David, this section has Psalms written by Asaph, the sons of Korah, and Ethan.

2 Responses

  1. My granddaughter’s piano teacher became a father for the first time last Wednesday. His baby’s middle name is Asaph. I was thinking, “Asaph–where have I heard that name before?”

    Anyway, this section of reading is difficult for me. I want to slow down–and am underlining everything! (Almost halfway done with the challenge.)

  2. Carol!
    We are getting there. I have to admit to some catching up to do…glad you are hanging in there and getting it done.

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