July 17, 2022

Summer in the Psalms Psalm 15


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Message Outline

Psalm 15 (NIV}

A psalm of David.

1 Lord, who may dwell in your sacred tent?

  Who may live on your holy mountain?

2 The one whose walk is blameless,

  who does what is righteous,

  who speaks the truth from their heart;

3 whose tongue utters no slander,

  who does no wrong to a neighbor,

  and casts no slur on others;

4 who despises a vile person

  but honors those who fear the Lord;

who keeps an oath even when it hurts,

  and does not change their mind;

5 who lends money to the poor without interest;

  who does not accept a bribe against the innocent.

Whoever does these things

  will never be shaken.



In your time alone with God in scripture reflection, solitude, prayer and journaling, begin with a breath prayer like "Holy Spirit, come," or listen to a song from the playlist. This summer we are focusing on one Psalm per week. Consider using one or more of the practices to reflect on the Psalm.

  • Journaling: Write out the Psalm in your journal. Make notes in the margins to amplify or clarify words. Be creative with doodling, drawing, highlighting words or phrases, collaging with cut-out words or pictures. Take your journal with you wherever you go this summer. At the end of the summer you will have a journal full of your own reflections, thoughts and prayers!
  • Reading: Take time to slowly read aloud the Psalm. What words or phrases stand out to you? What questions do you have? What feelings arise in you? Which physical response seems appropriate: hands raised or open? head bowed or lifted? standing or seated?
  • Memorizing: Commit to memorizing one or more verses.
  • Praying: How does this Psalm inspire praise, confession, lament, gratitude, or guidance for yourself, others or the world?