90 Days Through The Bible: Day 44: Psalm 121-150

I made it through the book of Psalm! According to my Bible, I am 50% of the way through page-wise. Oh happy dance! After 5 days of reading through Psalm, I am itching for some stories. To be honest, reading through the Psalm so quickly, I am not sure I really grasped all of it. I was not aware of how much of the Psalm describes God’s character. He is always with us. His presence surrounds us and protects us. He knitted us together, before we even saw the sunlight. God is big and even though there are a lot of descriptive passages about Him, I am pretty sure it is nothing compared to Him. How big is do you think God is? What characteristics are you most fascinated by?


Psalm 121-150


  • 121: My help comes from the Lord. He keeps me safe.
  • 122: I am excited to go to Jerusalem and His temple. May there be peace for Jerusalem and Israel.
  • 123: Focus on the Lord, for the Lord provides for us.
  • 124: The Lord is our help, rescues us when our enemies surround us.
  • 125: With the Lord’s protection surrounding us, we will not be moved.
  • 126: Rejoice in our restoration, we will reap what we sow.
  • 127: Without the Lord, our work will be in vain, our children are a blessing.
  • 128: Those who are faithful will prosper and in turn the community prospers.
  • 129: Even though Israel has been under attack, we hope in the Lord’s protection.
  • 130: Lord, hear my cry for mercy, I seek Your forgiveness and trust in You.
  • 131: I trust in You, Lord, like a child trusts their mother.
  • 132: Describes the determination of David to bring the ark home to Jerusalem and the blessings of David as a result.
  • 133: Community and unity are a blessing.
  • 134: Praise the Lord!
  • 135: Praise the Lord: for He is good, our creator and has chosen Israel as His people.
  • 136: Praise the Lord for the work of His hands (creation), His presence with us then and now, His mercy for us.
  • 137: We mourn our exile, help us to remember home: Jerusalem and may our enemies receive what they handed out.
  • 138: Give thanks to the Lord, for He is my deliverer.
  • 139: Lord, You know everything, You are always with me, You have created man and You destroy the wicked.
  • 140: Deliver me from my enemies and let them receive their just reward.
  • 141: Lord, keep me from my own recklessness and deliver me from my enemies.
  • 142: David: I come before You,Lord, my refuge – deliver me from my persecutors.
  • 143: David pleads for mercy, meditates on the work of God’s hands and prayers for deliverance and direction.
  • 144: Lord, I take refuge in You, deliver me from my present and bless my future.
  • 145: Praise the Lord for His awesome deeds, greatness and His mercy.
  • 146: Place your trust in the Lord, not in man.
  • 147: Praise the Lord, He heals the broken, takes pleasure in those who love Him and gives His word to us.
  • 148: All of creation praise the Lord.
  • 149: Praise the Lord with joy and dancing.
  • 150: Let everything praise Him in the heavens from His mighty deeds.

Help me to remember . . .

I am to praise the Lord, trust in the Lord for He is merciful and good.

Lord, I ask that . . .

I am surrounded with Your presence.

Heavenly Father, I am thankful for . . .

the knowledge that You made me, You know me!

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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