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:
Monday
: Psalm 107 – 110
Tuesday: Psalm 111 – 113
Wednesday: Psalm 114 – 117
Thursday: Psalm 118
Friday: Psalm 119:1 – 96
Saturday: Psalm 119:97 – 176
Sunday:  Psalm 120 – 123
Monday: Psalm 124 – 127

Summary:
Monday: Psalm 83 – 85
Psalm 83 is a prayer to God for help against enemies.  Psalm 84 is a song of praise of praise of God.  Psalm 85 is a prayer for restoration and mercy from God.
Tuesday: Psalm 86 – 89
Psalm 86 is a prayer for God to strengthen and sanctify.  Psalm 87 is a praise for God’s presence in Jerusalem.  Psalm 88 is a song of salvation.  Psalm 89 is a song of remembrance for God’s promises and works.
Wednesday: Psalm 90 – 92
Psalm 90 is a prayer of praise of God for who He is.  Psalm 91 is a description of the power and protection of God.  Psalm 92 is a song of praise for the Sabbath rest of God.
Thursday: Psalm 93 – 96
Psalm 93 is a declaration of the majesty of God.  Psalm 94 is a call for the vengeance of God to be poured out upon God’s enemies.  Psalm 95 is a song of praise and a warning to those who disbelieve.  Psalm 96 is a song describing God’s great attributes.
Friday: Psalm 97 – 99
Psalm 97 is a description of the reign of God.  Psalm 98 is a song of praise for the righteousness of God.  Psalm 99 is a praise for God’s faithfulness and provision.
Saturday: Psalm 100 – 103
Psalm 100 is a thanksgiving to and for God.  Psalm 101 is a song of profession to holy living.  Psalm 102 is a prayer of supplication to God for provision and deliverance.  Psalm 103 is a praise of God for His works and being.
Sunday:  Psalm 104 – 106
Psalm 104 is a call for praise of God for His works.  Psalm 105 is a thanksgiving to God for His provision to and for Israel.  Psalm 106 is a praise for God’s mercy, grace, and deliverance.