90 Days Through The Bible: Day 43: Psalm 91-120

This section of the Psalms felt a lot easier to summarize, even though it contains Psalm 119 which is over 3 pages in my bible. Reading through the Psalms is not necessarily difficult, but it can be challenging as your brain is constantly switching back and forth between topic, authors and styles. I want to spend time doing an in depth study of Psalm 119 as it just contains so much! I want to engrave His Word, and the wisdom it contains on my heart, my mind and my soul.  I was reminded and in awe that even though the Lord is Holy, He is a forgiving God, which seems like a contradiction. Holy is to be untouchable, perfect, worthy and sin is none of those things and yet our God is willing to forgive our sins. How do you feel about the fact our mighty, powerful and awesome God is willing to forgive our sins, every time we come back from straying from Him?

Psalm 91-120


  • 91: Trust that the Lord will protect and love you.
  • 92: Psalm for the Sabbath-give thanks to God. He judges the wicked and blesses the righteous.
  • 93: The Lord reigns forever.
  • 94: The wicked will be responsible for their actions.
  • 95: Let us worship and give praise of thanks to our creator, God!
  • 96: Let the nations and nature praise the Lord and His majesty.
  • 97: Worship the Lord who reigns over all the world, He is righteous & just.
  • 98: Praise the Lord for He is our salvation.
  • 99: Worship the Lord for He is Holy – yet He is forgiving.
  • 100: Praise/worship the Lord for He is good.
  • 101: I will walk with integrity, follow your path of righteousness.
  • 102: Hear my cry, Lord, for you endure forever.
  • 103: Bless the Lord for He forgives, heals and redeems.
  • 104: Your works, Lord are great and immeasurable. You rule over our universe.
  • 105: Tell the world of all the wondrous thing He has done. For example: Joseph, Jacob’s famine, exodus from Egypt and inheritance of the land of Israel.
  • 106: Even when we forget the Lord, He is still our rescuer, still loves us.
  • 107: Over and over again when we cry out to Him, He is our deliverer.
  • 108: David: With help from God, we will be victorious over against our enemies.
  • 109: David: Deliver me, God from my lying accusers.
  • 110: Jesus will be King, Priest and a great warrior for us.
  • 111: The works of His hands are great, majesty, wondrous, faithful and just.
  • 112: Blessed are the righteous while the wicked perish.
  • 113: Praise the Lord all the time for there is no one like our God.
  • 114: Recounts the miracles of the exodus.
  • 115: Compares lifeless idols to the power and glory of God.
  • 116: I love the Lord for He is my delivery and I will praise HIm.
  • 117: Praise the Lord for His love and faithfulness.
  • 118: A psalm of praise for His deliverance – hope for the Messiah – the rejected cornerstone.
  • 119: Your law contains the wisdom to guide us, it is all we need.
  • 120: Deliver me, Lord and give me peace.

Help me to remember:

even when we stray from You, You still love us!

Lord, I ask that . . .

Your law, Your wisdom becomes ingrained, written on my heart.

Heavenly Father, I am thankful for . . .

the beautiful and wonderful universe You have created.

Rachel is a work-from-home mom of two beautiful children. She used to teach middle school math and science and has served in various roles within her local church with the student ministry. Rachel loves being able to watch people grow in their relationship with God, especially by showing them how to study their Bible on their own. She started Honeycomb Wisdom to help people journal their time with God and His Word.
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