Welcome to our praise and worship guide using the Psalms.

This guide is intended to help you spend a few minutes in worship on a daily basis. The worship activities for each day will take about 10 minutes, and are best done before your normal devotional time. May God richly bless you as you take time to reflect on who He is and what He’s doing in your life!

Psalm 15

“Who Shall Dwell on Your Holy Hill? He Who Speaks Truth” 


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Day 1  

Read verses 1 and 2. Praise God because He is holy. Thank Him for Jesus and for the benefit of having access to His presence 24/7. Thank Him for His contin-ually presence with you. Affirm to Him your desire to walk blamelessly, do what is right, and speak truth in your heart. 

Day 2 

Read verse 2. Praise God because He is the God of truth. Think of specific times when you have walked blamelessly and done what is right with the Lord’s help. Thank Him for His empowerment. Affirm to Him that you desire truth in your heart. Is the Holy Spirit showing you areas of falsehood in your life? Con-fess these and ask Him to guard your heart. 

Day 3 

Read verse 3. Again, lift up your praise to God because of His holiness. Thank Him that He has called you to be holy, and empowers you to live that way. Commit the individual members of your body to the Lord, to do His will today: your tongue, hands, mind, feet, etc. Affirm that you turning away from evil. 

Day 4 

Read verse 4. Praise the Lord today because He is faithful. Thank the Lord for the believers He has given you as friends. Honour some of them by remember-ing them to the Lord by name. Affirm to Him your desire to be faithful as He is faithful, in keeping the promises you make. What specific promise have you made to someone that you need the Lord’s help with. Ask Him for this. 

Day 5

Read verse 5. Praise the Lord again today because His the God of truth. Affirm your desire to live with integrity, to be true and honest in all of your words and actions with others. Thank Him for the promise at the end of this verse. Affirm to Him that you believe His promise and desire to receive it as He empowers you to live with integrity.