This is not meant to be a beating, but rather a tool to give you some help in reading and understanding God’s word.  If you miss a day, and can “catch up: by doubling up, then sweet.  If you can’t read on certain days, adjust the schedule to fit your life.  I think you will find the schedule pretty easy to maintain if you keep just a bit of discipline.

With that said…………….

This week’s reading:
: Psalm 83 – 85
Tuesday: Psalm 86 – 89
Wednesday: Psalm 90 – 92
Thursday: Psalm 93 – 96
Friday: Psalm 97 – 99
Saturday: Psalm 100 – 103
Sunday:  Psalm 104 – 106
Monday: Psalm 107 – 110

Monday: Psalm 58 – 61
Psalm 58 is a prayer to and praise of God as judge.  Psalm 59 is a prayer for deliverance.  Psalm 60 is a cry of sorrow of rejection by God. Psalm 61 is a plea to God and a declaration of trust in God.
Tuesday: Psalm 62 – 64
Psalm 62 is a praise of God as a refuge.  Psalm 63 is a declaration on the sufficiency of God.  Psalm 64  is a prayer for protection  and deliverance.
Wednesday: Psalm 65 – 68
Psalm 65 is an extolling of the attributes of God and His works.  Psalm 66 is praise for God and His work.  Psalm 67 is an exhortation for all to praise God.  Psalm 68 is praise for the provision and protection of God.
Thursday: Psalm 69 – 71
Psalm 69 is a prayer to God for Him to save His people and crush His enemies.  Psalm 70 is a prayer for help.  Psalm 71 is a prayer for help and nearness.
Friday: Psalm 72 – 75
Psalm 72 is a teaching song on the work of God.  Psalm 73 is a song of trust in God.  Psalm 74 is a song of distress.  Psalm 75 is a song of thanksgiving and humility.
Saturday: Psalm 76 – 78
Psalm 76 is a song of praise to God.  Psalm 77 is a song of praise, recalling the works of God.  Psalm 78 is a song of repentance.
Sunday:  Psalm 79 – 82
Psalm 79 is a lament over God’s judgment.  Psalm 80 is a prayer for rescue to God.  Psalm 81 is a song of repentance and hope.  Psalm 82 is a defense of the judgment of God.