candleVery early in the morning, while it was still dark, Jesus got up, left the house and went off to a solitary place, where he prayed. Mark 1:35 TNIV

It’s always a good time to take stock and enter into a more intentional, daily walk with God. I’ve listed the following resources to enrich your search for the practice that best ushers you into the presence of God.

You might find my Psalm Prayer Resources helpful in your spiritual journey:

  1. A Psalm Pilgrimage – An Introduction
  2. Psalms Morning and Evening
  3. The Rosary (Marian Psalter) – see also The Memory Castle, below
  4. Psalm Resources – Networked Streams
  5. A World of Psalm 119
  6. The Memory Castle – A Homecoming
  7. A Question of Translation
  8. Psalm Portal, Part I – Spiritual Balance: Piety & Mercy
  9. Psalm Portal, Part II – Entering Ezekiel’s Third Temple
  10. Psalm Portal, Part III – Wright’s Case for the Psalms
  11. Notes from March 4, 2017 Psalm Seminar at Whatcoat UMC
  12. Flyer for March 24, 2017 Psalm rave at Asbury UMC, Dover, DE
  13. Psalm of Psalms

Web Resources

  • Divine Hours – pray throughout the day using this resource compiled by Tickle and made available online by Vineyard Church of Ann Arbor
  • Universalis – The Liturgy of the Hours (also known as the Divine Office) is the richest single prayer resource of the Christian Church. It provides prayers, psalms and meditation for every hour of every day. It has existed from the earliest times, to fulfil the Lord’s command to pray without ceasing.
  • Divine Office – an audio version of the Liturgy of the Hours
  • Pray as You Go – devotional resource for your mp3 player
  • One Year Bible – 365 daily readings of Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms and Proverbs to read the entire Bible in a year (15 minutes a day)
  • Daily Psalter – from the Book of Common Prayer
  • Upper Room daily devotional
  • Our Daily Bread – daily devotions
  • BibleGateway – online Bible in many translations

Daily Devotional Guides in Print (most also available in Kindle and Audible editions)

General Print Resources for Spiritual Disciplines

 Devotional Classics


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