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WEEK 5: A time alone with God (Psalms)

Take this time to meditate and spend time alone with God. Each psalm reflects real conditions that make it possible for us to personalize his word in our lives and petitions.


Verse to memorize this month

Pro 31:12-13 

She brings him good, not harm, all the days of her life.13 She finds wool and flax and busily spins it.


Monday: Psalm 139

Write in your journal the following verses:

17How precious are your thoughts about me,[a] O God.They cannot be numbered!18  I can’t even count them; they outnumber the grains of sand! And when I wake up you are still with me!


Action Steps

Emphasize in your Bible the verses that personally speak to you.

Number how many things God does for you according to this chapter?  Now personalize it and write it in your journal.

At the end of this psalm, David recognizes that there are still things in his life that only God can search. God wants you to be sincere. He is not going to judge you. Let him search your life.


 Tuesday: Psalm 3

Write in your journal the following verses:

Psalm 3: 4-5 I cried out to the Lord, and he answered me from his holy mountain. 5 I lay down and slept, yet I woke up in safety, for the Lord was watching over me.


Action Steps 

What things in your life do you think it's hard for you to overcome? Or what problem do you have that you need help? Write and declare verse 3 

" But you, O Lord, are a shield around me, my glory, and he who raises my head."

David said, “With my voice, I called the Lord" That means that the David expressed what was in his heart. Go to a place alone and tell the Lord how you feel.

Now believe that you can rest because God has listened to you and will be your support!


Wednesday: Biblical reading Psalm 66

Write in your journal the following verses:

Psalm 66:19.But God did listen! He paid attention to my prayer. 20  Praise God, who did not ignore my prayer or withdraw his unfailing love from me


Why do you think it was important to remember what God had done with the people of Israel?

According to this psalm describe how many things God did for Israel and put it in your journal.


Action Steps

Now describe how many things this Psalmist does for God.

How do you relate it to today in your personal relationship with God?


Thursday: Bible reading Psalm 92

Write the following verse in your journal

Psalm 92:12-14  But the godly will flourish like palm trees and grow strong like the cedars of Lebanon. 13  For they are transplanted to the Lord’s own house. They flourish in the courts of our God. 14  Even in old age, they will still produce fruit; they will remain vital and green.


Action Steps

What is your heart's desire?

Do you have any fear that prevents you from developing that dream?

What do you think was the dream that this psalmist saw, and how would it apply to yours?


Friday: Biblical reading Psalm 84

Write the following verses in your diary: 

Psalm 84:1-2 1 How lovely is your dwelling place, O Lord of Heaven’s Armies. 2 I long, yes, I faint with longing to enter the courts of the Lord. With my whole being, body, and soul, I will shout joyfully to the living God.

Underline all the verses that speak to you personally.


Action Steps

Do you totally trust that God takes care of you and your needs?

Can you thank God even in the midst of difficult circumstances?

If today were your last day on this earth, what would you do differently?

My Journal with God

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