Daily Bible Reading “Vain is the Help of Man” (Psalm 60:1-12)

Psalm 60 If God is for usVain is the Help of Man

Today’s Daily Bible Reading is from Psalm 60:1-12. Psalm 60 is a Psalm of David to the Chief Musician. It was meant to be played on the Shushaneduth, to the tune of “The Lily of the Covenant.” It was to be used as a teaching tool. This psalm was written when David fought with Aramnaharaim and Aramzobah, and Joab, David’s general, returned and smote twelve thousand Edomites in the valley of salt. The meaning of Joab’s name is “Jehovah is father.” When we make God our father, we can win in any battle that faces us.

David cried out to God, “O God, thou hast cast us off, thou hast scattered us, thou hast been displeased; O turn thyself to us again.” In verses 2-4 David describes what they had been through. It seems like he is describing an earthquake. He then pleads to God to help him win the battle.

Sometimes we put our trust and faith in men and they fail us. David had strong armies of men to fight with, but he knew he needed God to be on his side and give him favor in the midst of the battle. Do you call on God to help you in the battles of life?

Daily Bible Reading:

Psalm 60:1-12

1 [[To the Chief Musician upon Shushaneduth, Michtam of David, to teach; when he strove with Aramnaharaim and with Aramzobah, when Joab returned, and smote of Edom in the valley of salt twelve thousand.]] O God, thou hast cast us off, thou hast scattered us, thou hast been displeased; O turn thyself to us again.
2 Thou hast made the earth to tremble; thou hast broken it: heal the breaches thereof; for it shaketh.
3 Thou hast shewed thy people hard things: thou hast made us to drink the wine of astonishment.
4 Thou hast given a banner to them that fear thee, that it may be displayed because of the truth. Selah.
5 That thy beloved may be delivered; save with thy right hand, and hear me.
6 God hath spoken in his holiness; I will rejoice, I will divide Shechem, and mete out the valley of Succoth.
7 Gilead is mine, and Manasseh is mine; Ephraim also is the strength of mine head; Judah is my lawgiver;
8 Moab is my washpot; over Edom will I cast out my shoe: Philistia, triumph thou because of me.
9 Who will bring me into the strong city? who will lead me into Edom?
10 Wilt not thou, O God, which hadst cast us off? and thou, O God, which didst not go out with our armies?
11 Give us help from trouble: for vain is the help of man.
12 Through God we shall do valiantly: for he it is that shall tread down our enemies.

 

Things to think about:

  • In what ways do you lean on God to lead you in life?
  • Have you ever felt like God turned His back on you? If so, describe the situation.
  • Was it God who turned His back on you or did you lose fellowship with God?
  • Why should we repent and ask God to forgive us and return His favor to us?

 

Prayer of the Day:

Dear Heavenly Father,

Thank You for this Scripture in Psalm 60. Thank You for the example of David who shows us even people who are strong and mighty need Your help. Help us not to put our faith and trust in men, but in You, God. In Jesus’ name, we pray. Amen.

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Psalm 119 will not be included in The Book of Psalms since Deborah has already published a book about it called: Psalm 119: Thy Word is a Lamp unto My Feet. The book of Psalms is one of Deborah’s favorite books of the Bible. It is a great book to read if you’re ever feeling down or need to renew your relationship with Christ. King David went through a lot of tough times in his lifetime, but he loved God and trusted God to protect him from his enemies.

The book of Psalms was written by various people. About half of it was attributed to King David, whether they were written by David or for David is questioned by some biblical scholars. Some of the Psalms were written by Asaph and some say they were written for the sons of Korah and even Moses and Solomon were writers of the Psalms. The Psalms consists of poetry that was primarily meant to be used as songs of praise to the Lord.

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Daily Bible Reading “God is My Defense” (Psalm 59:1-17)

 Psalm 59God is My Defense

Today’s Daily Bible Reading is from Psalm 59:1-17. Psalm 59 is a Psalm of David, to the Chief Musician. It was written during the time when King Saul was having David’s house watched and was seeking to kill him. David became a king, a strong mighty man of God, but he leaned on the LORD as his defense and refuge in his time of trouble. Do you turn to God during times of trouble in your life?

Most of us have never experienced anything like David experienced. David’s enemies were gathered against him and he hadn’t done anything to cause them to seek after him. David cried out to God for help. He says his enemies acted like angry dogs, going about the city telling lies. They reminded him of hungry dogs going about seeking those they could devour. What a description. Do you know anybody like this? I sure hope not, but there are people like this in the world.

During this time of trouble, David praises the LORD and cries out to Him to be his defense and to show him mercy during these trying times. David is solely dependent on God. He knows that God is his only help during this time. Have you ever been in a situation where you knew only God could get you out of it or through it?

Sometimes God is the only answer to your dilemma. He is the only one who can change the situation you’re in. Cry out to God, as David did, and God will hear your cries and defend you against the enemy.

 

Daily Bible Reading:

Psalm 59:1-17

1 [[To the Chief Musician, Altaschith, Michtam of David; when Saul sent, and they watched the house to kill him.]] Deliver me from mine enemies, O my God: defend me from them that rise up against me.
2 Deliver me from the workers of iniquity, and save me from bloody men.
3 For, lo, they lie in wait for my soul: the mighty are gathered against me; not for my transgression, nor for my sin, O LORD.
4 They run and prepare themselves without my fault: awake to help me, and behold.
5 Thou therefore, O LORD God of hosts, the God of Israel, awake to visit all the heathen: be not merciful to any wicked transgressors. Selah.
6 They return at evening: they make a noise like a dog, and go round about the city.
7 Behold, they belch out with their mouth: swords are in their lips: for who, say they, doth hear?
8 But thou, O LORD, shalt laugh at them; thou shalt have all the heathen in derision.
9 Because of his strength will I wait upon thee: for God is my defence.
10 The God of my mercy shall prevent me: God shall let me see my desire upon mine enemies.
11 Slay them not, lest my people forget: scatter them by thy power; and bring them down, O Lord our shield.
12 For the sin of their mouth and the words of their lips let them even be taken in their pride: and for cursing and lying which they speak.
13 Consume them in wrath, consume them, that they may not be: and let them know that God ruleth in Jacob unto the ends of the earth. Selah.
14 And at evening let them return; and let them make a noise like a dog, and go round about the city.
15 Let them wander up and down for meat, and grudge if they be not satisfied.
16 But I will sing of thy power; yea, I will sing aloud of thy mercy in the morning: for thou hast been my defence and refuge in the day of my trouble.
17 Unto thee, O my strength, will I sing: for God is my defence, and the God of my mercy.

 

Things to think about:

  • Why should we call on God in times of trouble?
  • In what ways do you feel that you can depend on God?
  • In what situations have you trusted God to be your defense?

 

Prayer of the Day:

Dear Heavenly Father,

We thank You for this Scripture in Psalm 59. Even though it is hard to read and hear these gruesome details of David’s dilemma, it helps us to see You are always there for us in our time of deepest trouble. We can always call out to You for help and You will hear our cries and defend us against the enemy. You are a merciful God, You love Your children, and You will protect them from the attacks of the enemy. We thank You, dear LORD. Help us to know we can depend on You. In Jesus’ name, we pray. Amen.

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Psalm 119 will not be included in The Book of Psalms since Deborah has already published a book about it called: Psalm 119: Thy Word is a Lamp unto My Feet. The book of Psalms is one of Deborah’s favorite books of the Bible. It is a great book to read if you’re ever feeling down or need to renew your relationship with Christ. King David went through a lot of tough times in his lifetime, but he loved God and trusted God to protect him from his enemies.

The book of Psalms was written by various people. About half of it was attributed to King David, whether they were written by David or for David is questioned by some biblical scholars. Some of the Psalms were written by Asaph and some say they were written for the sons of Korah and even Moses and Solomon were writers of the Psalms. The Psalms consists of poetry that was primarily meant to be used as songs of praise to the Lord.

The Book of Psalms: Part 2 Chapters 31-60 contains thirty-five Daily Bible Reading Lessons. Each lesson contains a brief commentary by the author, the Daily Bible Reading Scriptures, a few questions for contemplation or discussion, and a prayer of the day. It is a great Bible study for individuals or group studies.

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Daily Bible Reading “God Rewards the Righteous” (Psalm 58:1-11)

psalm-58-11God Rewards the Righteous

Today’s Daily Bible Reading is from Psalm 58:1-11. Psalm 58 is a Psalm of David. In this psalm David is quite direct in his speech. We need to remember that Scripture is inspired by God, so David is writing what the LORD is laying on his heart. He asks the judges if they are speaking righteously and making righteous decisions. How many times in the world we live in today do those in authority not make righteous decisions?

God knows the intentions of our hearts. He knows the desires of our hearts. He knows if we are making decisions with evil in our hearts. He describes the wicked in a very descriptive manner. Some of the leaders tell lies and are deceptive in their decisions. Does this remind you of the leaders of today?

David says the enemy is like a roaring lion, and he asks God to break their teeth. He asks God to take care of the situation. When we are going through the attacks of the enemy we need to pray and ask God for His will to be done in a situation. Not our will, but His will. Don’t try to take matters in your own hands. You may make the situation worse than it was in the beginning.

When I read this chapter it reminded me of this Scripture in Romans 12:19 which says, “Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.”
The Book of Esther: A Story of Love and Favor is a good example of how the wicked are punished and the righteous are rewarded for their faithfulness and obedience to God.

 

Daily Bible Reading:

Psalm 58:1-11

1 [[To the Chief Musician, Altaschith, Michtam of David.]] Do ye indeed speak righteousness, O congregation? do ye judge uprightly, O ye sons of men?
2 Yea, in heart ye work wickedness; ye weigh the violence of your hands in the earth.
3 The wicked are estranged from the womb: they go astray as soon as they be born, speaking lies.
4 Their poison is like the poison of a serpent: they are like the deaf adder that stoppeth her ear;
5 Which will not hearken to the voice of charmers, charming never so wisely.
6 Break their teeth, O God, in their mouth: break out the great teeth of the young lions, O LORD.
7 Let them melt away as waters which run continually: when he bendeth his bow to shoot his arrows, let them be as cut in pieces.
8 As a snail which melteth, let every one of them pass away: like the untimely birth of a woman, that they may not see the sun.
9 Before your pots can feel the thorns, he shall take them away as with a whirlwind, both living, and in his wrath.
10 The righteous shall rejoice when he seeth the vengeance: he shall wash his feet in the blood of the wicked.
11 So that a man shall say, Verily there is a reward for the righteous: verily he is a God that judgeth in the earth.

 

Things to think about:

  • Have you ever encountered someone like David describes, and under what circumstances?
  • How should we handle situations like David described in this psalm?
  • Can you think of some examples of how leaders of today have made unrighteous decisions in their business or family lives?
  • Can you think of some leaders you admire who make righteous decisions?

 

Prayer of the Day:

Dear Heavenly Father,

We thank You for this Scripture in Psalm 58. We pray that You will protect us from those who have wicked intentions in their heart. Help us to bring our cares and concerns to You and not try to handle them on our own. Give us strength, LORD. In Jesus’ name, we pray. Amen.

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Psalm 119 will not be included in The Book of Psalms since Deborah has already published a book about it called: Psalm 119: Thy Word is a Lamp unto My Feet. The book of Psalms is one of Deborah’s favorite books of the Bible. It is a great book to read if you’re ever feeling down or need to renew your relationship with Christ. King David went through a lot of tough times in his lifetime, but he loved God and trusted God to protect him from his enemies.

The book of Psalms was written by various people. About half of it was attributed to King David, whether they were written by David or for David is questioned by some biblical scholars. Some of the Psalms were written by Asaph and some say they were written for the sons of Korah and even Moses and Solomon were writers of the Psalms. The Psalms consists of poetry that was primarily meant to be used as songs of praise to the Lord.

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Daily Bible Reading “Be Exalted, O God” (Psalm 57:1-11)

 Psalm 57 5Be Exalted, O God

Today’s Daily Bible Reading is from Psalm 57:1-11. Psalm 57 is a Psalm of David that was written when he fled from Saul in the cave. David cries out to God to be merciful to him. He declares that he trusts in God and will find refuge in the shadow of His wings. How many times in your life have you been in a situation where you needed to find refuge in God?

David completely trusts God to protect him from his enemies. He trusts God to send down His mercy and truth from heaven. In the midst of David’s battle he praised and worshiped God. This is a good example for us. When the enemy wages war against us the best thing we can do is cry out to God for His deliverance, His protection, and His grace and mercy during our time of need.

Sometimes we just need to cry out to God when we are in trouble. He may not take the problem away, but He may change the circumstances or give us the strength and wisdom to endure the situation. Don’t try to handle every situation in your own strength. God is there for you. He wants to take care of you. Reach out to Him and ask for His help.

 

Daily Bible Reading:

Psalm 57:1-11

1 [[To the Chief Musician, Altaschith, Michtam of David, when he fled from Saul in the cave.]] Be merciful unto me, O God, be merciful unto me: for my soul trusteth in thee: yea, in the shadow of thy wings will I make my refuge, until these calamities be overpast.
2 I will cry unto God most high; unto God that performeth all things for me.
3 He shall send from heaven, and save me from the reproach of him that would swallow me up. Selah. God shall send forth his mercy and his truth.
4 My soul is among lions: and I lie even among them that are set on fire, even the sons of men, whose teeth are spears and arrows, and their tongue a sharp sword.
5 Be thou exalted, O God, above the heavens; let thy glory be above all the earth.
6 They have prepared a net for my steps; my soul is bowed down: they have digged a pit before me, into the midst whereof they are fallen themselves. Selah.
7 My heart is fixed, O God, my heart is fixed: I will sing and give praise.
8 Awake up, my glory; awake, psaltery and harp: I myself will awake early.
9 I will praise thee, O Lord, among the people: I will sing unto thee among the nations.
10 For thy mercy is great unto the heavens, and thy truth unto the clouds.
11 Be thou exalted, O God, above the heavens: let thy glory be above all the earth.

 

Things to think about:

  • Why should we cry out to God in times of trouble?
  • How can we let God know we trust Him to protect us?
  • In what ways can we give praise, honor, and glory to God?

 

Prayer of the Day:

Dear Heavenly Father,

We thank You for this Scripture in Psalm 57. Even when David was in trouble he found refuge in the covering of Your wings. LORD, we thank You that we can cry out to You and You hear our prayers. We thank You that You watch over us and protect us. Be exalted O God, let Your glory be above all the earth. In Jesus’ name, we pray. Amen.

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Psalm 119 will not be included in The Book of Psalms since Deborah has already published a book about it called: Psalm 119: Thy Word is a Lamp unto My Feet. The book of Psalms is one of Deborah’s favorite books of the Bible. It is a great book to read if you’re ever feeling down or need to renew your relationship with Christ. King David went through a lot of tough times in his lifetime, but he loved God and trusted God to protect him from his enemies.

The book of Psalms was written by various people. About half of it was attributed to King David, whether they were written by David or for David is questioned by some biblical scholars. Some of the Psalms were written by Asaph and some say they were written for the sons of Korah and even Moses and Solomon were writers of the Psalms. The Psalms consists of poetry that was primarily meant to be used as songs of praise to the Lord.

The Book of Psalms: Part 2 Chapters 31-60 contains thirty-five Daily Bible Reading Lessons. Each lesson contains a brief commentary by the author, the Daily Bible Reading Scriptures, a few questions for contemplation or discussion, and a prayer of the day. It is a great Bible study for individuals or group studies.

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Daily Bible Reading “Have You Put Your Trust in God” (Psalm 56:1-13)

Psalm 56Have You Put Your Trust in God

Today’s Daily Bible Reading is from Psalm 56:1-13. Psalm 56 is a Psalm of David to the Chief Musician to the tune of Jonath-elem-recho-kim, which is thought to be the tune of “the silent dove of far-off places.” This psalm was written when the Philistines captured David at Gath. David cries out for God to have mercy on him, because men were out to destroy him.

David put his trust in the LORD. He declares he will praise God’s Word and will not fear what men can do to him. David asks the LORD if his tears are written in God’s book. Did you know God has a bottle for your tears and a book where He records them? That’s what David says. God cares about your sorrow. He loves you and cares about you. Have you put your trust in God? Do you trust Him completely to take care of everything in your life?

The Bible tells us in Proverbs 3:5-6, “Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.”

 

Daily Bible Reading:

Psalm 56:1-13

1 [[To the Chief Musician upon Jonathelemrechokim, Michtam of David, when the Philistines took him in Gath.]] Be merciful unto me, O God: for man would swallow me up; he fighting daily oppresseth me.
2 Mine enemies would daily swallow me up: for they be many that fight against me, O thou most High.
3 What time I am afraid, I will trust in thee.
4 In God I will praise his word, in God I have put my trust; I will not fear what flesh can do unto me.
5 Every day they wrest my words: all their thoughts are against me for evil.
6 They gather themselves together, they hide themselves, they mark my steps, when they wait for my soul.
7 Shall they escape by iniquity? in thine anger cast down the people, O God.
8 Thou tellest my wanderings: put thou my tears into thy bottle: are they not in thy book?
9 When I cry unto thee, then shall mine enemies turn back: this I know; for God is for me.
10 In God will I praise his word: in the LORD will I praise his word.
11 In God have I put my trust: I will not be afraid what man can do unto me.
12 Thy vows are upon me, O God: I will render praises unto thee.
13 For thou hast delivered my soul from death: wilt not thou deliver my feet from falling, that I may walk before God in the light of the living?

 

Things to think about:

  • What was David trusting God to do?
  • In what ways are you afraid of what people can do to you?
  • How can we show God that we trust Him completely?

 

Prayer of the Day:

Dear Heavenly Father,

Thank You for this Scripture in Psalm 56. In this Psalm of David we learn how much You care for us and for our sorrows. David says You have our tears in a bottle and record them in Your book. This reinforces how much You are concerned for what we are going through in this life. Help us to be grateful for Your love and concern. In Jesus’ name, we pray. Amen.

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Psalm 119 will not be included in The Book of Psalms since Deborah has already published a book about it called: Psalm 119: Thy Word is a Lamp unto My Feet. The book of Psalms is one of Deborah’s favorite books of the Bible. It is a great book to read if you’re ever feeling down or need to renew your relationship with Christ. King David went through a lot of tough times in his lifetime, but he loved God and trusted God to protect him from his enemies.

The book of Psalms was written by various people. About half of it was attributed to King David, whether they were written by David or for David is questioned by some biblical scholars. Some of the Psalms were written by Asaph and some say they were written for the sons of Korah and even Moses and Solomon were writers of the Psalms. The Psalms consists of poetry that was primarily meant to be used as songs of praise to the Lord.

The Book of Psalms: Part 2 Chapters 31-60 contains thirty-five Daily Bible Reading Lessons. Each lesson contains a brief commentary by the author, the Daily Bible Reading Scriptures, a few questions for contemplation or discussion, and a prayer of the day. It is a great Bible study for individuals or group studies.

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