Got plans this summer?  Maybe you’re planning some time away, or more family time, or maybe just planning to take it a little easy this summer.  Well, as a church, we want to spend this summer in the Psalms in hopes of devoting our hearts to God.  The book of Psalms is one of the most amazing books in the Bible.  They are this gift from God to us that help us express the deepest cries of our hearts.  Sometimes those cries are in agony like Psalm 13, “How long, O Lord? Will you forget me forever?”  Or Psalm 69, “Save me, O God! For the waters have come up to my neck.” Other times our hearts cry out with shouts of praise like Psalm 98 that says, “Oh sing to the Lord a new song, for he has done marvelous things!” Or Psalm 106, “Praise the Lord! Oh give thanks to the Lord for he is good, for his steadfast love endures forever!”

This summer we will devote our hearts to God by spending time every day in the Psalms.  If you will engage with this plan, we will get through all 150 Psalms in 12 weeks and you will be amazed at God’s work in your heart.  Here’s the simple plan:

  • Sundays: We will preach one Psalm every Sunday.
  • Monday – Saturday: we will all read one Psalm in the morning, and one Psalm in the evening.

For your devotions, we suggest picking up one of our journals available at church.
You can do devotions individually, or with others in your family or group. Simply read a Psalm out loud once or twice, noticing what the Psalm tells you about God, about people, and about life. Then let what you read lead you to pray in 3 ways:

  • “God, You are…”
  • “God, I am…”
  • “God, Help me…”

Engaging with God in His Word like this consistently over time will help your heart grow devoted to God.

The preaching and reading schedule for the Psalms is listed below.  You can also pick up a bookmark with the schedule at church.

  • Schedule

    Week Of:Sunday SermonDaily Psalms
    June 4Psalm 2Psalms 1-13
    June 11Psalm 22Psalms 14-26
    June 18Psalm 34Psalms 27-39
    June 25Psalm 51Psalms 40-52
    July 2Psalm 63Psalms 53-65
    July 9Psalm 73Psalms 66-78
    July 16Psalm 86Psalms 79-91
    July 23Psalm 98Psalms 92-104
    July 30Psalm 115Psalms 105-117
    August 6Psalm 123Psalms 118-130
    August 13Psalm 139Psalms 131-143
    August 20Psalm 149Psalms 144-150
  • Additional Resources:

    Sermons: If you miss a Sunday sermon, you can listen to it on our new podcast.  Click below to subscribe and stay connected.
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    Music: We have created a Spotify playlist for you to listen to.  Every song on this playlist is from different Psalms.  Singing these songs will help your heart connect more to the heart of God.

    Video: This animated video will give you an overview of the book of Psalms and help you see how the Psalms are organized and flow together.

    Article: This article will show you all the ways you can see Jesus in the Psalms.

    Devotional: If you would like to find an additional devotional in the Psalms, “The Songs of Jesus” by Timothy Keller is outstanding!

    Texting Service: If you would like reminders throughout our summer series text join corecc.connect to 292929 to sign up for our texting service.