Daily Bible Reading “Better is One Day in Your House” (Psalm 84:1-12)

Better is One Day in Your House Today’s Daily Bible Reading is from Psalm 84:1-12. Psalm 84 is to the chief Musician, upon Gitteth, which is a musical instrument either used by the people of Gath or used in vintage songs for the wine-dressers and press-traders. This is one of the songs used for the Feast of Booths, which took place in the fall of the year to celebrate the harvest. It is a Psalm for the sons of Korah. How beloved is Your tabernacle. Their hearts cried out for God. Do you long for God? Do you love going (more…)

Daily Bible Reading “A Prayer for Israel” (Psalm 83:1-18)

A Prayer for Israel Today’s Daily Bible Reading is from Psalm 83:1-18. Psalm 83 is a Psalm of Asaph, a prayer for Israel. Asaph cried out for God not to remain silent, not to hold His peace and not to be still because His enemies had lifted up their heads against His children. Their enemies were trying to cut Israel off from being a nation. Some of the turmoil that was going on back in Asaph’s day is still going on today. Look at the news of today about Israel and how their enemies are still trying to come against (more…)

Daily Bible Reading “Arise, O God, Judge the Earth” (Psalm 82:1-8)

Arise, O God, Judge the Earth Today’s Daily Bible Reading is from Psalm 82:1-8. Psalm 82 is a Psalm of Asaph. Asaph reminds us that God is a just judge. He asked, “How long will ye judge unjustly, and accept the persons of the wicked?” What does he mean by this question? There are judges who are put in places of authority in this world, but some of them don’t judge justly. They were having this problem back in Asaph’s day as well. This was their appointed job. These people were called by God to be arbiters among the people. (more…)

Daily Bible Reading “Hear, O My People” (Psalm 81:8-16)

Hear, O My People Today’s Daily Bible Reading is from Psalm 81:8-16. In this portion of Psalm 81 Asaph cried out for the people to hear God’s voice and to listen closely to Him. Asaph warned them not to worship any other gods, as God commanded. Asaph reminded them that God brought them out of Egypt. He instructed them to open their mouths wide and He will fill it. What does this mean? The people wouldn’t listen to God’s instructions, so He gave them over to their own lustful hearts. God’s desire was for His people to hear His voice (more…)

Daily Bible Reading “Make a Joyful Noise to God” (Psalm 81:1-7)

Make a Joyful Noise to God Today’s Daily Bible Reading is from Psalm 81:1-7. Psalm 81 is a Psalm of Asaph to the Chief Musician. He exhorts the people to sing out to God, who is our strength, and make a joyful noise to the God of Jacob. He encourages them to gather all their musical instruments and praise and worship God through singing. He talks about blowing the trumpet on a feast day on the full moon. It was a call for them to gather together to celebrate all the good things God had done for them. In what (more…)