We’re studying Psalm 37 as a group in September 2020! Join this study below (and sign up for lessons by email if you want them) before Tuesday September 1!
Psalm 37 encourages us to trust God, even when times are hard. While we may not see or understand all that He is doing, we can trust that what He is doing is good.
Encounter God’s faithfulness in a personal way as you work through this study of Psalm 37.
Trust in the Lord, and do good;
dwell in the land and befriend faithfulness.
Delight yourself in the Lord,
and he will give you the desires of your heart.
Commit your way to the Lord;
trust in him, and he will act.
He will bring forth your righteousness as the light,
and your justice as the noonday.
Psalm 37:3-6 (ESV)
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What Others Have Said
Do not fret, only trust God!
By: Clarissa Henly
A wonderful study as usual! This study really enabled me to look deeper into myself and find the peace I needed, because I have been quite upset about certain things happening in my life. God turned my thoughts and focus through this study. He taught me that He is my refuge and stronghold and I just need to put my trust in Him. He never forsakes the one who is right with Him. This study helped me to reassure that when we are uncompromisingly and consistently right with God, He is on our side and will win the battle for us. I need to rest in Him, be silent, be dumb, and need to just let go of my anger and fury about the situation or injustice happening. This chapter again asserts as to why trusting God is so important and vital for our walk in this life as a Christian. Thank you Pam for this incredible study. Appreciate all the bonus resources you have provided. This study has been a great blessing! God bless!
By: Cheryn Archer
Are you worried, or tempted to be angry at the evil and injustice you see in the world around you? Then this study is for you. This was my scripture for 2020 long before we knew what 2020 would be. And studying this Psalm has given me so much peace and assurance in my God and who He is to those who rest and find refuge in Him. Thank you, Pam!
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Where is the print out of Psalm 37?
You can find links to printouts of five different translations of the Psalm in Day 2’s lesson.