This past week, I was listening to a sermon by Alistair Begg. He quoted one of the early Puritans who referred to the Psalms as the “medicine chest for the soul.” That phrase stuck with me because over the years I have gone to the Psalms often during times of trial and sorrow. In 2021, I believe the Psalms can also be a medicine chest for soul in the strange days of the Pandemic and the political and social unrest in which we find ourselves. I want to share with you a list of psalms that have meant a great deal to me over the years. Maybe you might share with me psalms that have ministered to you as well.
Take some time this week to read these psalms, and don’t be in a hurry when you read them. They are good for what ails you. So, here’s some good medicine.
Psalms 23, 27, 32, 34, 40, 42, 46, 51, 68, 91, 103, 107, 116, 121, 124, 131, 150.
Take one a day as needed.