30 Days Psalms I Daily Walk Devotion

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Imagine having inner-peace in your life that can’t be shaken

We may not be able to escape to a secluded island, but we can live with peace as God leads our hearts by still waters. Reading and meditating on the book of Psalms can lead us there.

There are a lot of Anxious People in the World

  • Politics divided us
  • Racial tension is on the rise
  • Crime is all around

How can we find peace in the midst of all of this?

King David faced many of the same things we are facing. He learned to have peace in his heart while turmoil was all around. Psalms teach us to praise God in the midst of every situation we face. The word Psalm in Hebrew means “Praises.” Through Psalms, we see how we can have peace no matter what trial we are going facing.

Take the 30 Days Thru Psalms challenge

Click here to join. Then read one Psalm a day for the next 30 days. Start with Psalm 1. Keep a journal of what God is speaking to you. Purchase the 30-day devotion as a companion (you won’t find these devotions anywhere else). After a couple of days, you will start to notice a change. You will learn how to follow Jesus closer, praise God in the midst of trails, react when someone wrongs you, and gaze upon the beauty of God.

When you purchase the devotion you will also get two additional free resources;

  1. Guide to a Deeper Devotional life: Learn practical tips on how to improve your quiet time with God and dive deeper into your devotional life.
  2. 10 Power packed messages on Psalms: These sermons will explain each psalm deeper and challenge you to take your faith to the next level.

Don’t hesitate. Click here to Start this challenge today.

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