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 3 Devotion Questions

1. Read Psalm 22:1-2. How do you define forsakenness in your own words and describe a time when you have felt forsaken by God.

2. The psalm prescribes knowing the history of God’s salvation (vv.3-5) and knowing your own history (vv.9-10). Discuss each of these, including where you might be strong or weak in each area.

3. In verse 22 the mood changes from deep forsakenness to intense praise. One of the goals of reading through the psalms is to feel the full range of emotion presented in them. End by discussing how your relation with God has been emotionally lately.

4. Jesus famously quoted psalm 22 from the cross. What does this say about his relationship with God in that moment and how does that fit into to the gospel story?

Week 2 Devotion Questions

1. Read Psalm 2. If you had to say the main point of this psalm for you in 1 sentence, what would it be?

2. In what ways do we live in a culture where the “nations rage and plot against the Lord (verses 1-3)?” How have you seen this directly in your life?

3. What confidence do we get from verses 4-6? How does God’s view of the world affect your view, or how should it?

4. We are all mini-kings of something. How are you stewarding right now and what is one thing in particular that you can steward better moving forward?

5. When is the last time that you thought of God as a refuge (vs. 12)? What does this mean to you and in what area of life might it help most?

6. No earthly king ever truly fulfilled Psalm 2 except Jesus. In what ways is Jesus your king and how might you grow in your service of him?

Week 1 Devotion Questions 

1. Begin by discussing what your thoughts are about the Psalms coming into this study. What do you know about the Psalms, what is your favorite, and what do you want to learn throughout?

2. Read Psalm 1:1-6. Walk through these verses and discuss what the meaning of them is. What sticks out to you throughout?

3. How might this passage help you in your discipleship of Jesus? Where do you feel convicted, comforted, or called?

4. What is the one greatest takeaway for you from this passage and conversation, one thing that the group can hold you accountable to?