QUIZ: What Psalm Should You Pray Today?

by Gospels, Prayer, Quizzes

For an apostle, prayer is not optional. It is a fundamental need that spiritually nurtures us and allows us to offer an authentic testimony of a constantly renewed encounter with the Lord Jesus. Remember: no one gives what they don’t have. No matter how much you read, investigate or write, if you aren’t praying, you are still lacking that fundamental encounter with Christ that must be at the center of our Christian lives.

For this reason, we decided to create this quiz. With these 7 simple questions, it offers you a recommended psalm that you can meditate on and pray with today. While the quiz is, of course, too simple to respond to the riches of each one our personalities and to the particularities of our daily lives, we hope that it be a reminder of how the Sacred Scriptures can truly speak to us today.

We also recommend that you share this resource with others so that they will also be encouraged to pray. Many people would pray more often if they had just that little extra push that they need.

What Psalm Should You Pray Today?

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What psalm should you pray today?

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