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Your Daily Psalm brings you a different Psalm each day, read by Chris Laning, from NeighborhoodStage.com.

The Psalms of course appear in both the Christian and Hebrew bibles. It is essentially a collection of poems, more specifically song lyrics. They cover a wide range of topics from praises, to laments, to celebration of events, thanksgiving, and emotions ranging from doubt and despair, to total faith and celebration! Most of the Psalms provide a unique and thought provoking experience.

How great of a communal experience would be it be if we all were sharing in the same Psalm everyday. You can even challenge your fellow faith members to keep up!

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Your Daily Psalm brings you a different Psalm each day, read by Chris Laning, from NeighborhoodStage.com.

The Psalms of course appear in both the Christian and Hebrew bibles. It is essentially a collection of poems, more specifically song lyrics. They cover a wide range of topics from praises, to laments, to celebration of events, thanksgiving, and emotions ranging from doubt and despair, to total faith and celebration! Most of the Psalms provide a unique and thought provoking experience.

How great of a communal experience would be it be if we all were sharing in the same Psalm everyday. You can even challenge your fellow faith members to keep up!

    Psalm 134

    Psalm 134

    With "Your Daily Psalm" I'm Chris Laning from NeighborhoodStage.com. As always. I'll be reading from The NET Bible at NetBible.org.
    Psalm 134
    A song of ascents.
    Attention! Praise the Lord,
    all you servants of the Lord,
    who serve in the Lord’s temple during the night.
    2 Lift your hands toward the sanctuary
    and praise the Lord.
    3 May the Lord, the Creator of heaven and earth,
    bless you from Zion.
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    And that's it for "Your Daily Psalm". To hear previous Psalms and to find out other ways to listen go to YourDailyPsalm.com.
    The Scriptures quoted are from the NET Bible http://netbible.org. Copyright 1996-2019. Used with permission from Biblical Studies Press, L.L.C. All rights reserved.

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    Psalm 132

    Psalm 132

    With "Your Daily Psalm" I'm Chris Laning from NeighborhoodStage.com. As always. I'll be reading from The NET Bible at NetBible.org.
    Psalm 132
    A song of ascents.
    O Lord, for David’s sake remember
    all his strenuous effort,
    2 and how he made a vow to the Lord,
    and swore an oath to the Powerful One of Jacob.
    3 He said, “I will not enter my own home,
    or get into my bed.
    4 I will not allow my eyes to sleep,
    or my eyelids to slumber,
    5 until I find a place for the Lord,
    a fine dwelling place for the Powerful One of Jacob.”
    6 Look, we heard about it in Ephrathah;
    we found it in the territory of Jaar.
    7 Let us go to his dwelling place.
    Let us worship before his footstool.
    8 Ascend, O Lord, to your resting place,
    you and the ark of your strength.
    9 May your priests be clothed with integrity.
    May your loyal followers shout for joy.
    10 For the sake of David, your servant,
    do not reject your chosen king.
    11 The Lord made a reliable promise to David;
    he will not go back on his word.
    He said, “I will place one of your descendants on your throne.
    12 If your sons keep my covenant
    and the rules I teach them,
    their sons will also sit on your throne forever.”
    13 Certainly the Lord has chosen Zion;
    he decided to make it his home.
    14 He said, “This will be my resting place forever;
    I will live here, for I have chosen it.
    15 I will abundantly supply what she needs;
    I will give her poor all the food they need.
    16 I will protect her priests,
    and her godly people will shout exuberantly.
    17 There I will make David strong;
    I have determined that my chosen king’s dynasty will continue.
    18 I will humiliate his enemies,
    and his crown will shine.”
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    And that's it for "Your Daily Psalm". To hear previous Psalms and to find out other ways to listen go to YourDailyPsalm.com.
    The Scriptures quoted are from the NET Bible http://netbible.org. Copyright 1996-2019. Used with permission from Biblical Studies Press, L.L.C. All rights reserved.

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    Psalm 131

    Psalm 131

    With "Your Daily Psalm" I'm Chris Laning from NeighborhoodStage.com. As always, I'll be reading from the NET Bible at NETBible.org.

    Psalm 131
    A song of ascents, by David.
    O Lord, my heart is not proud,
    nor do I have a haughty look.
    I do not have great aspirations,
    or concern myself with things that are beyond me.
    2 Indeed, I have calmed and quieted myself
    like a weaned child with its mother;
    I am content like a young child.
    3 O Israel, hope in the Lord
    now and forevermore!
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    And that's it for "Your Daily Psalm". To hear previous psalms and to find out other ways to listen go to YourDailyPsalm.com.

    The Scriptures quoted are from the NET Bible http://netbible.org. Copyright 1996-2019. Used with permission from Biblical Studies Press, L.L.C. All rights reserved.
     

    • 1 min
    Psalm 130

    Psalm 130

    With "Your Daily Psalm" I'm Chris Laning from NeighborhoodStage.com. As always. I'll be reading from The NET Bible at NetBible.org.
    Psalm 130
    A song of ascents.
    From the deep water I cry out to you, O Lord.
    2 O Lord, listen to me.
    Pay attention to my plea for mercy.
    3 If you, O Lord, were to keep track of sins,
    O Lord, who could stand before you?
    4 But you are willing to forgive,
    so that you might be honored.
    5 I rely on the Lord.
    I rely on him with my whole being;
    I wait for his assuring word.
    6 I yearn for the Lord,
    more than watchmen do for the morning,
    yes, more than watchmen do for the morning.
    7 O Israel, hope in the Lord,
    for the Lord exhibits loyal love,
    and is more than willing to deliver.
    8 He will deliver Israel
    from all their sins.
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    And that's it for "Your Daily Psalm". To hear previous Psalms and to find out other ways to listen go to YourDailyPsalm.com.
    The Scriptures quoted are from the NET Bible http://netbible.org. Copyright 1996-2019. Used with permission from Biblical Studies Press, L.L.C. All rights reserved.

    • 1 min
    Psalm 129

    Psalm 129

    With "Your Daily Psalm" I'm Chris Laning from NeighborhoodStage.com. As always, I'll be reading from the NET Bible at NETBible.org.

    Psalm 129
    A song of ascents.
    “Since my youth they have often attacked me,”
    let Israel say.
    2 “Since my youth they have often attacked me,
    but they have not defeated me.
    3 The plowers plowed my back;
    they made their furrows long.
    4 The Lord is just;
    he cut the ropes of the wicked.”
    5 May all who hate Zion
    be humiliated and turned back.
    6 May they be like the grass on the rooftops,
    which withers before one can even pull it up,
    7 which cannot fill the reaper’s hand,
    or the lap of the one who gathers the grain.
    8 Those who pass by will not say,
    “May you experience the Lord’s blessing!
    We pronounce a blessing on you in the name of the Lord.”
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    And that's it for "Your Daily Psalm". To hear previous psalms and to find out other ways to listen go to YourDailyPsalm.com.

    The Scriptures quoted are from the NET Bible http://netbible.org. Copyright 1996-2019. Used with permission from Biblical Studies Press, L.L.C. All rights reserved.
     
     

    • 1 min
    Psalm 128

    Psalm 128

    With "Your Daily Psalm" I'm Chris Laning from NeighborhoodStage.com. As always. I'll be reading from The NET Bible at NetBible.org.
    Psalm 128
    A song of ascents.
    How blessed is every one of the Lord’s loyal followers,
    each one who keeps his commands.
    2 You will eat what you worked so hard to grow.
    You will be blessed and secure.
    3 Your wife will be like a fruitful vine
    in the inner rooms of your house;
    your children will be like olive branches,
    as they sit all around your table.
    4 Yes indeed, the man who fears the Lord
    will be blessed in this way.
    5 May the Lord bless you from Zion,
    that you might see Jerusalem prosper
    all the days of your life,
    6 and that you might see your grandchildren.
    May Israel experience peace.
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    And that's it for "Your Daily Psalm". To hear previous Psalms and to find out other ways to listen go to YourDailyPsalm.com.
    The Scriptures quoted are from the NET Bible http://netbible.org. Copyright 1996-2019. Used with permission from Biblical Studies Press, L.L.C. All rights reserved.

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Customer Reviews

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Mommyk1014 ,

I Love It

It brings life to the Psalm and it helps me better understand it.

Penfold94 ,

Appreciate the attempt

I appreciate the attempt, it would be great to have a every psalm in podcast form, but unfortunately the person reading does not read with the correct tone. Some psalms are written out of ache and anger toward God, but the narrator reads them as if they are happy encouraging K-love messages.

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