Psalm 30

Psalm 30 has been in my heart for a very long time.  It’s one of the few verses I was drawn to when I embraced Christianity.  Written by King David, Psalm 30 is a song of praise to God during the Dedication of the King’s Palace.  In this Psalm, David both acknowledges how badly life has treated him, both through his personal actions and those events that were no fault of his own.  He also praises God for getting him through those events.

Using the following Twelve blogs, I invite you on a journey, taking us through Psalm 30, verse by verse. I will also add how they have impacted me.  I hope you will find as much value in reading this as I have in writing them.

The Bucket

Psalm 30:1

At Bat

Psalm 30:3

Penny Praise

Psalm 30:4

Where

Psalm 30:5

Heavy Visiting

Psalm 30:7

Uncle

Psalm 30:8

Coin Hunt

Psalm 30:9

Hidden Objects

Psalm 30:10

Ripples

Psalm 30:11

Straight Answer

Psalm 30:12

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