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Those who routinely follow my daily devotional posts on the Psalms will be aware that yesterday’s post brings us to the end of the Book of Psalms. The Psaltery ends with Psalm 150—a final crescendo of praise!

Having covered all of the Psalms, where do we go from here? Back to the beginning of course. On Monday, I will return and begin again with Psalm 1. The Psalms can be enjoyed and put into practice over and over again. Each time we return to God’s word we can find new nuggets of truth and gain new insight.

All of my online devotions are now available in a three volume set of books entitled Psalms 365: Develop a Life of Worship and Prayer.
3 Book Set 2021-08-04

There’s something unmatched about holding a quality book in your hands. Each volume is about 250 pages in length. The complete trilogy will take you on a year-long journey through the Psalms.

Here are some thoughts about Psalms 365 from Pastors Marjorie and Akihiro Mizuno of Christian Life International in Nagoya, Japan:

God uses vessels in his hands to touch us exactly where and when we need it most. In our own experience, David’s daily insights from Psalms have been great. Not just in an educational sense, though that too, but his devotions touch us right where we need it. And often, it’s a word we can then share with a friend in need in a timely manner. Online and now in book form, both are a blessing!

If you are intent on following the Good Shepherd there’s some great grazing in the pages of these green pastures. For a closer look at Volumes I and II and III click here.