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Psalm 134 marks the last of the Psalms of Ascents. The call to worship is clear in this psalm. "Bless the Lord" as a command appears twice reminding us that worship is not about us, but about the Creator. Verse 3 pronounces a blessing then upon you the reader. What a beautiful blessing directly from the Lord. Enjoy reading the psalm. Thanks for following along on this "road back". 'May the Lord bless you from Zion, he who made heaven and earth!' Psalm 134:3

Study Guide: Psalm 134

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Artist: Hooksounds Originals

Title: Morning Coffee


Psalm 133 emphasizes our need for unity and community centered around the worship of the One True God. In three short verses the psalm reminds us of the wonder of human relationships when we come together and encounter the One who made us and redeemed us. Thanks for stopping by today. Blessings to you this week. If you would like to follow along with the study guide, you can find it Here.

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Artist: Hooksounds Originals

Title: Daylig


Psalm 132 invites us to join in and realize the promises to David. The worshipers going up to Jerusalem celebrated the establishment of David's throne and also his desire to establish Jerusalem as the place to gather to worship. God's promise to David that this psalm connects to is fulfilled in Jesus. I hope you spend time in this psalm today and take time to thank God for promises fulfilled in Jesus.

If you want to follow along with the study guide you can find it here.

Music Artist: Hooksounds Originals

Title: Morning Dew


Today, we come to Psalm 131 in our series "A Playlist for the Road Back". We at times are called upon to fix things that are much bigger than ourselves. We still try. Psalm 131 is a call to place our hope entirely in the Lord Himself. Our experience then is like the contentment of the child with  his or her mother that the writer describes in verse two. Take some time today and allow the Psalm to "speak for you". Thanks for stopping by. The study guide can be found here.

Artist: Hooksounds Originals Title: The Song of Spring http://www.hooksounds.com

Psalm 130 shows us hope for the road back. Speaking out of the depths the psalm gives us words to express to the Lord that despite our circumstances, we have a God we can place our hope in and He will come through for us. I hope you take some time to read and listen to Psalm 130 a Psalm that has so much for us. Have a great week! Here are the notes if you would like to follow along or dig a little bit deeper.

Psalm 129 speaks of affliction that comes into our lives. From Egypt to the Exile it was a part of Israel's reality. This Psalm addresses that. It was a song sung on the way to Jerusalem that gave a Holy Spirit inspired voice to the singers to help them express their desire for justice based on the character of God. If you would like to follow along with the notes they can be found here: Click Here

Psalm 128 is the next Psalm in the Psalms of Ascents. Fear of the Lord can be a perplexing term but it is scattered throughout the Scriptures. This psalm connects fear of the Lord to blessing. Thanks for stopping by today. Here is the study guide if you would like to use it to follow along: Click Here.

Psalm 127 is a humble Psalm attributed to Solomon, a great builder in his time. He shows us the blessings and gracious gifts that we can trust God for in His mighty provision. I hope you spend some time allowing the Lord to speak through His Word to you today. Here is the study guide for your use: Click Here

Have a blessed week as you walk with the Lord on the road back!

Psalm 126 is the next of the Psalms of Ascents we are considering. At first glance this Psalm may not seem appropriate for the moment we are in. However, the Lord always has His ways of giving us what we need when we need it most. Restoring joy is a definite need in a time such as this. It was for Israel in their moment. Take some time and hear the Lord in this psalm of hope and joy. Here are the notes to follow along with: Notes

In our relationship with God, trust is essential. Psalm 125 illustrates the great benefit of trusting in the Lord. So glad you stopped by today! We hope that the Lord uses His Word to communicate more about Himself to you. Here are the notes and guide if you would like them to follow along: Click Here

Psalm 124 brings us to the next step on our Road Back. This Psalm of Ascents proclaims the condition that the LORD is on the side of Israel and how they have been spared because of it. There is firm testimony of this for the believer today when we read in the New Testament. Thanks for stopping by. I hope that the Psalm brings to you a greater sense of the Lord's presence on the road today.

Study Guide.

Psalm 123 A Playlist for the Road Back. Our midweek Bible study takes us to Psalm 123. With the number "123" it should be easy but it is not. However, in 4 verses we find such help in a day like today. We need mercy. We need our Mighty God. Study Guide.

In our series on the Psalms of Ascents "A Playlist for the Road Back" we come to Psalm 122. It is a Psalm about arriving in Jerusalem. It is about joy and peace as well. Take some time today and read Psalm 122 and allow the Lord to speak and work through this Scripture. If you would like to follow along with the study guide it can be found here: Study Guide

Thanks for joining us on the "road back".

Psalm 121: Thanks for joining us for this midweek Bible study in our series "The Psalms of Ascents: A Playlist for the Road Back" from Psalm 121. The study guide can be found at the following link: Study Guide