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This Week's Reading: Psalms 1-2; 8; 19-33; 40; 46

Come Follow Me Insight #1

Come Follow Me Insights This Week August 8

The book of Psalms was written by at least seven different authors over a nearly 1,000 year period (Source)

Come Follow Me Insight #2

Jesus Christ used quotes from the Book of Psalms and the Pentateuch (first five books of the Old Testament) more often than any other scripture!  If Jesus found this book to be so important it is definitely worth studying! (Source)   

Come Follow Me Insight #3

Come Follow Me Insights This Week August 8

If you can’t bring yourself to read the entire Bible (all 783,137 words of it), you can cheat just a bit by at least reading the book of Psalms.  Joseph Fielding McConkie said “. . .the book of Psalms is easily the most comprehensive book in the Bible. Martin Luther called it the ‘little Bible’ and indeed it is a library within a library, or a Bible within a Bible.” It contains all of the themes contained within the rest of the Bible in just 42,074 words!  (Source)

My Favorite Scriptures for the Week


      1. Psalm 1:1
      2. Psalm 8:3-5
      3. Psalm 22:1
      4. Psalm 23:1
      5. Psalm 24:3-4
      6. Psalm 30:5
      7. Psalm 46:7

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