The Psalms are collection of powerful poems, teeming with emotion and theology, rich with expression, and, I believe, inexhaustible in meaning. I don’t always think about this, however. In the past I have found myself turning to the Psalms when I “need to” do a devotional, and I want something quick, understandable, and easy. Rather than savoring each unique Psalm, I find myself viewing them as repetitive iterations of each other.
Although it’s good that I find myself reading Psalms frequently, it’s less than profitable that this turns into a mindless activity for me. Instead, I have been recently convicted of being a informed, intentional, and regular reader of the Psalms. There are three reason that we (I) should read Psalms on the reg. Continue reading “To the Choirmaster”