Sailing Through Psalms Week 2 – Schedule

Welcome to Week 2 in the Book of Psalms!
In this post, I’ll be going over our schedule, daily verses for this week, Bible study method and how YOU can be featured here on the blog.
I encourage you to hop on board to join us, if you haven’t yet, to find out more information about this Bible study, click here!

Here’s the reading plan for this week:


Here’s the verses of the day to reflect on for this week (for those of you who may need them):
Monday, Psalm 6:9
 “The Lord has heard my supplication;
The Lord will receive my prayer.”
Tuesday, Psalm 7:11 – “God is a just judge,
And God is angry with the wicked every day.”
Wednesday, Psalm 8:5 – “For You have made him a little lower than the angels, And You have crowned him with glory and honor.”
Thursday, Psalm 9:1 – “I will praise You, O Lord, with my whole heart; I will tell of all Your marvelous works.”
Friday, Psalm 10:17 – “Lord, You have heard the desire of the humble; You will prepare their heart; You will cause Your ear to hear,”

This is the Bible Study method we’ll be using (it’s totally OK if you decide to do a method that you find even more helpful, like the S.O.A.P. method for example):


Read: This is where we do our Bible Coloring and annotations.
Write: This is where we really slow down and focus on God’s Word, word for word. Remember to make your journals fun and colorful, the more inviting they are, the more likely you will keep writing! Check out this post for Scripture writing tips, and this post for Scripture writing tools!
Reflect: {This step should be done very prayerfully} This is where we reread the passage, select 1 or 2 verses and ask ourselves – “How can I apply this to my life?” Why are we answering this question? Because out of all of the questions that we could list, THIS question matters the most. The answer to this question is where change begins. Where we step out on faith and willingly allow God to lead us. Remember, the main point of this Bible Study is to ENGAGE with scripture… So that we can LIVE IT OUT, in addition to knowing God more. (You can write this step down in either your bible or journal!)

Last week, after I wrote Scripture out during the writing portion, I wrote my reflections on the same page. See the photos below for an example:


This is a helpful Bible Coloring chart (from, for you to use if you don’t have your own already. If you are choosing to do the Bible marking portion of this study, please don’t let it discourage you. It will look different for us all, for the fact that God speaks to us all differently. If you need tips for creating your own Bible Marking key, click here. For other Bible marking options, check out this post!


Remember to tag any photos that you may post with #lovelikeconfetti (@lovelikeconfetti) and #goodmorninggirls! Be sure to follow along with other girls and show them lots of love, like confetti! For those of you who tag your posts, you’ll get a chance to be featured here on the blog on Friday’s during our weekly roundups! If you don’t have a blog or use social media, please feel free to email me your devotions throughout the week!

Click here to see the beautiful weekly roundup photos from Week 1! They are absolutely beautiful.


Every Sunday, I’ll share our Bible study schedule.
Every day, I’ll have my devotions posted over on Instagram {@lovelikeconfetti}, and on some days, here on the blog, too!
On Friday’s I’ll be sharing YOUR pictures/posts!

NEVER miss a post! Be sure to follow my blog by email or through WordPress if you aren’t doing so already! ❤️

Love Like Confetti,

2 thoughts on “Sailing Through Psalms Week 2 – Schedule

  1. Pingback: Psalm 7 – Lord, I need You | Shar Martinez

  2. Pingback: Sailing Through Psalms – Weekly Roundup v.2 | Shar Martinez

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