Psalm 92:1-15

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    WedNov232011 ByJohn MolletTaggedPsalms Thanksgiving

    For our Ten and Ten this week, I invite you into a week of Thanksgiving using the Psalms as our guide.  I suggest you read though the Psalm once just to hear and identify with the author’s emotions.  Read the Psalm a second time finding a verse or a phase that seems to speak to you.  Now close your eyes, get comfortable and spend a few moments in the mood of prayer repeating the words of the verse you have selected.  Repeat the words over and over.  Allow them to guide your thinking and your feelings.  When it seems appropriate stop and write down your thoughts, asking yourself if God has spoken to you in this time.

    I hope this enables you to be thankful in this week of abundance.

    Today's reading: Psalm 92:1-15
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    On 11/23/02011 10:15 AM, Pat said... Thank you, John, for being in Grapevine and leading our church in His missions. I praise God for you and all the staff - each and everyday.
    10 and 10Read Scripture for 10 minutes. Pray for 10 minutes. Every day.by Read Scripture for 10 minutes. Pray for 10 minutes. Every day. These daily readings are chosen by the pastor to relate to the sermon that was preached the previous Sunday.

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