I love the Psalms.
In my work as a pastoral counselor and occasional preacher, I talk about them a lot. The hope is that by developing an awareness of the Psalms, folks would feel free to start feeling their feelings, talking about their feelings, and perhaps even talking to God about their feelings. That would be a good thing.
But I didn’t know I talked about them this much. As is evident by the lists below, I’ve talked and sung and written a bunch about the Psalms. And I’m not stopping.
Because although the Psalms do not help us to become super Christians, the Psalms do in fact help us to become human Christians. And the world (and global missions) needs as many of those types as we can get…
Some thoughts on how to combine the Psalms with Discovery Bible Studies and inner healing ministries.
Here’s a three-minute video showing one way to interface with the Psalms. You can read more on this method here.
Despair is Where Hope Lives (Psalm 130)
Follow Close (Psalm 63)
Spiritual Warfare Lullaby (Psalm 23, Psalm 91)
One Thing I Ask (Psalm 27)