150 Days in the Psalms

150 days in the Psalms

The Psalms have met me in various places in my life. God has used them time and time again to comfort my hurting heart, to challenge me, to inspire me, to remind me that I’m not alone, to bring light into my darkness, to help me feel the closeness of God.

When I first began Praying the Scriptures, it all started in the Psalms. The worship songs of the Old Testament met me in my depression and gave me glimmers of hope that were brand new to me.

Every few years I feel God nudging me to spend some time in the Psalms. This is one of those times. And I invite you to join me!

Beginning August 1, we will be spending 150 days in the Psalms! I hope you will join me. This plan will be more simple than others we’ve done, but I’m excited about it.

Why the Psalms?

Plan Details

Each day we will read 1 Psalm. I’m not planning to write the whole Psalm out. I am going to choose ONE verse to write, to focus on, to pray. I will be journaling some through the Psalms as well.

Each Day:

  • Read 1 Psalm.
  • Write 1 verse from that Psalm as your focus & prayer for the day.
  • Pray through the Psalm.
  • Journal through the Psalm.

Printable Schedule

150 Days in the Psalms PDF

150 Days in the Psalms schedule

More Encouragement from the Psalms

One Year in the Psalms (writing and praying through the entire book in 1 year)

Write the Word FREE resources (schedules to write out Psalm 119, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, James and the Last Days of Jesus from Matthew)

Praying the Scriptures FREE monthly calendarsĀ 


Author: Candace Crabtree

I'm just a messed up mama in need of God's fresh new mercies daily. My husband and I live in beautiful East Tennessee with our 3 children. God has taken me on a journey through the valley of depression and is teaching me to pray the Scriptures as a result. I hope and pray that you will be encouraged whenever you stop by this little place on the web.

8 thoughts on “150 Days in the Psalms”

  1. I’m excited to join you! I’ve been really desiring to be more intentional in my prayer life and I have been so blessed with writing out scripture on a regular basis as well as writing out my prayers. This sounds like a great way to finish out the year. Psalms is also one of my favorite books. The Lord has used them time and time again to minister to my soul. Looking forward to August 1st šŸ™‚

  2. I am excited about joining you in reading the psalms and writing a verse that touches my heart, but most of all what GOD WILL REVEAL TO ME. AUGUST 1st I am with you.

  3. Candace:
    Thank you for taking the time to write this blog. It has inspired my girls and I to embark on a journey through Psalms for ourselves.
    I wrote about it, in my blog entitled 150 Day Challenge. I also included a link to send people to your site to check out your ebook.

    Have a great night!

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