Praying the Bible: Psalm 16:8-11

Theology in Motion

In my previous post, I used a simple method to pray Romans 15:13. Today, I used another simple method of adding my own commentary to each line of a biblical prayer.

I encourage you to take some time today and try this method of praying Scripture!

Secure in Christ: Psalm 16:8-11

I have set the Lord always before me;

Lord, You know that I cannot pray this prayer truthfully. I have not always set You before me. Often, my own flesh stands in the way to block me from seeing You. But I want You to be before me at all times. Give me strength to have You at the front of my mind.

because he is at my right hand, I shall not be shaken.

Lord, I turn my attention now to my right hand, where You graciously reside. You are there to sustain me and to keep me from harm…

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