By Andrea Bridges

Psalms for Lent: Week 6

I'll be honest. My schedule has gotten so unpredictable that I've struggled to read a psalm every day. I'm going to try again this week.

Whether you are just joining us now or have been reading along with us since Ash Wednesday, we welcome you into this simple devotional practice. You can find a fuller introduction in Psalms for Lent: Week 1. But all you really need is a desire to spend a few minutes coming close to God through praying the Psalms. He is near to you already.

Grace and peace,

Andrea Bridges

You can find the psalms for the next week below. Depending on length, a few are chosen for morning and evening. I might get ambitious and read both some days, or just choose one on other days. I’m entering with a sense of freedom and grace, and a desire to connect with God’s word. Many blessings on your season of preparation.

Note: You might have noticed our week count is slightly off. There are six weeks of Lent, but we started tracking a little early, so there is this full week and next week, Holy Week, before Easter.

Readings for March 31 - April 6, 2020

About the Author

Andrea Bridges works in the Graduate College at the University of Illinois. She is a former Editor at The Well and believes words can create connection over space and time. Andrea has an MDiv from Duke Divinity School and lives in Urbana, Illinois with her husband, Matt, three kids, and one dog. You’ll often find her in the garden or cheering at various youth sports.

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