You, O Lord, You satisfy me in the morning with your lovingkindness, that I may sing for joy and be glad all of my days. (Psalm 90:14)
Let revelation of your work appear to your servant, O Lord, and your favor be upon me as you confirm for me the calling you have on my life. (Psalm 90:16,17)
I dwell in the shelter of the Most High and abide in the shadow of the Almighty. (Psalm 91:1)
I say to the Lord, "You are my refuge and my fortress, My god, in whom I trust!" (Psalm 91:2)
You will keep me safe, O Lord, from all hidden dangers and from all deadly diseases. (Psalm 91:3)
As you cover me with your feathers, I will take refuge under Your wings, O Lord. Your faithfulness to Your Word will be a protective shield. (Psalm 91:4)
No evil will befall me me nor sickness come near my house, because I have made you, Lord Jesus, my refuge as I dwell in your presence. (Psalm 91:9,10)
Thank you Lord for commanding Your angels to protect me wherever I go and keep me in all Your ways. (Psalm 91:11)
You lift up my spirit Lord, because of all you have done for me! I will triumph in your Word and the works of your hands. (Psalm 92:4)
You, Lord, have exalted my horn like that of a wild ox; You have anointed me with fresh oil. (Psalm 92:10)
Why pray the Psalm scriptures out loud?
It is hard to think about something other than what you are talking about. Praying out loud the scriptures solves the problem of the wandering mind. -- spoken words speak to the soul and have the power of raising thoughts in the soul. The Psalm scriptures speak of God in the Highest manner which most fully expresses the power and presence of God.
Strong's definition for "meditate" - HAGAH (Greek) - means to imagine. First pray the scripture out loud -- then pray the scripture back to God. This prayer can be the prayer of thanksgiving, supplication, or praying the greatness of God and the benefits of God.
The first thing that you are to do when you are upon your knees, is to shut your eyes, and with a short silence let your soul place itself in the presence of God.
When you direct any of your petitions to Jesus let it be: thou art the radiance of thy Father's glory. Thou art the Alpha and Omega, The beginning and the end of all things: Thou has destroyed the power of the devil and hast overcome death.
Last updated by FAITH Sep 8.