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What songs play on the soundtrack of your life? Lady Gaga? The Beatles? Twenty One Pilots? Newsboys? Kenny Chesney? (Oh, please not Kenny!) Frank Sinatra? For me, it was Meatloaf and the Imperials and Chuck Mangione and Aaron Copland and Barry Manilow (it’s true!) – and I know, you can tell a lot about a person by what music is playing in his head. But everyone has a soundtrack for their life – and we know what was playing in Jesus’ head, because we have His playlist.

We call it the Psalms, and it’s a compendium of 150 songs that the Jews used to sing. Many of the songs are prayers. Some of them are exclamations of delight! Some are funeral dirges. All of them are instructive. And this month, we’re going to listen to some of the songs Jesus listened to, to see what we can learn. Music has a way of shaping you. And Jesus ended up really well shaped from the songs that He would have sung. Here’s hoping that we’ll end up more like Him when we’re done.

So, we invite you to read through some Psalms with us this month – one psalm every day, and each Sunday’s sermon will come from the psalm scheduled for that particular day (psalm 36 on Feb 5, psalm 43 on Feb 12, and so on). Our reading schedule for February looks like this:

Feb 1 – Psalm 32

Feb 2 – Psalm 33

Feb 3 – Psalm 34

Feb 4 – Psalm 35

Feb 5 – Psalm 36
Sermon: Learning How to Take a Shot!

Feb 6 – Psalm 37

Feb 7 – Psalm 38

Feb 8 – Psalm 39

Feb 9 – Psalm 40

Feb 10 – Psalm 41

Feb 11 – Psalm 42

Feb 12 – Psalm 43
Sermon: Learning How to Talk to Yourself!

Feb 13 – Psalm 44

Feb 14 – Psalm 45

Feb 15 – Psalm 46

Feb 16 – Psalm 47

Feb 17 – Psalm 48

Feb 18 – Psalm 49

Feb 19 – Psalm 50
Sermon: Learning What God Doesn’t Need!

Feb 20 – Psalm 51

Feb 21 – Psalm 52

Feb 22 – Psalm 53

Feb 23 – Psalm 54

Feb 24 – Psalm 55

Feb 25 – Psalm 56

Feb 26 – Psalm 57
Sermon: Learning What God Will Do!

Feb 27 – Psalm 58

Feb 28 – Psalm 59

 

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