Sept-Oct Reading Plan  

(Sundays are for catch up)

9/3 - Psalms 1-4

9/4 - Psalm 5-8

9/5 - Psalms 9-12

9/6 - Psalms 13-17

9/7 - Psalms 18-20

9/8 - Psalms 21-23

9/10 - Psalms 24-27

9/11 - Psalms 28-31

9/12 - Psalms 32-34

9/13 - Psalms 35-37

9/14 - Psalms 38-41

9/15 - Psalms 42-45

9/17 - Psalms 46-50

9/18 - Psalms 51-54

9/19 - Psalms 55-58

9/20 - Psalms 59-62

9/21 - Psalms 63-66

9/22 - Psalms 67-69

9/24 - Psalms 70-73

9/25 - Psalms 74-76

9/26 - Psalms 77-78

9/27 - Psalms 79-81

9/28 - Psalms 82-84

9/29 - Psalms 85-88

10/1 - Psalms 89-91

10/2 - Psalms 92-95

10/3 - Psalms 96-98

10/4 - Psalms 99-102

10/5 - Psalms 103-105

10/6 - Psalms 106-108

10/8 - Psalms 109-110

10/9 - Psalms 111-112

10/10 - Psalms 113-114

10/11 - Psalms - 115-116

10/12 - Psalms - 117-118

10/13 - Psalm 119:1-56

10/15 - Psalm 119:57-113 

10/16 - Psalm 119:114-176

10/17 - Psalms 120

10/18 - Psalms 121-122

10/19 - Psalms 123-124

10/20 - Psalms 125-126

10/22 - Psalms 127-128

10/23 - Psalms 129-130

10/24 - Psalms 131-132

10/25 - Psalms 133-134

10/26 - Psalms 135-136

10/27 - Psalms 137-138

10/29 - Psalms 139-140

10/30 - Psalms 141-142

10/31 - Psalms 143-144

11/1 - Psalm 145-146

11/2 - Psalm 147-148

11/3 - Psalm 149-150

 

 

 

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Week 6 Devotion Questions

1. Read Psalm 73 verse 1. This is the big theological statement of the psalm. Do you believe it on a daily basis and what are some of the obstacles that keep you from believing it fully?

2. Disbelief is explained in verses 2-15. What stands out to you about the wicked, and how do you relate to the idea that the wicked prosper in this life? Do you agree, disagree?

3. Read verses 16-20. What is the psalmist’s solution for disbelief and what can we learn from it?

4. Read verse 26-28. How can we make this our our prayer and belief? When is the last time you felt this way about God? End by praying for more of this type of faith and relationship with God.