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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 23

“He Leads Me in the Paths of Righteousness”


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Day 1  

Read verse 1. Praise the Lord today because of His compassion toward you.
Think about what it means to have a personal Shepherd who is wise, powerful,
eternal and loving; tell Him this. In what way has He provided for you recently,
physically, emotionally or spiritually. Tell Him this and thank Him. Bring your
need to Him today and ask for His provision.

Day 2 

Read verses 2 and 3a. Praise the Lord today because He is a God of peace.
Thank Him for the reconciliation Jesus purchased for you on the cross, so that
you are now at peace with God. How has He given you peace and refreshment
for your soul recently? Tell Him this and thank Him. Ask Him for peace and
restoration in any area of your life where you have conflict.

Day 3 

Read verse 3b today. Praise God today because He is holy and righteous (He
upholds His holy standard of what is right). Thank Him for the righteousness
He is producing in you, making you salt and light. Tell Him how you have seen
Him leading you in following His ways. Ask for His leading in any area of need.

Day 4 

Read verse 4. Praise God today because of His power. Tell Him how great He
is because of His power that raised Jesus from the dead. Thank Him for the way
He uses this same power in your life (be specific). What is making you fearful
today (all fear can be attributed to a fear of death)? Tell Him this and ask Him
for His comfort and a heart that fears no evil.

Day 5

Read verses 5 and 6. Thank the Lord today for whatever blessings come to
mind, whatever your cup is overflowing with. Tell Him how His goodness and
mercy has followed you. Tell Him what this promise of eternal life with Him
forever means to you.