Week Twenty six: God’s Power for Salvation


  • Recite or sing/chant Psalms 130 and 131 (I suggest you memorize these two Psalms)
  • Moment of Silence

Presence (through the Scripture)

  • Psalm reading (select from below):
    • Morning: Psalm 26
    • Noon: Psalm 78
    • Vespers: Psalm 119:41-48
    • Night: Psalm 140
  • Moment of silence
  • Scripture readings:
    • Monday: Romans 1:1-17
    • Tuesday: Romans 1:18-32
    • Wednesday: Romans 2:1-16
    • Thursday: Romans 2:17-29
    • Friday: Romans 3:1-20
  • Moment of silence


  • Prayers of thanksgiving and petition
  • Journaling and silent reflection
  • Close with the “Lord’s Prayer”


At the end of your week, write down your own thoughts as to how these passages should be reflected in your life. What is Paul saying here? What do you believe a church divided racially (Jewish believers and Gentile believers—with the Gentiles having the “upper hand” in the situation) would think of these words by Paul? How would they seek to practice them? (For an idea turn to the end of the book—15:1-13 to see if there are any connections).


About Darryl Willis

Darryl has been working for non-profits for over 36 years. His current work takes him to Ukraine several times a year. He has fallen in love with the country and the people. Darryl writes poetry and his work has appeared in several online and print journals.
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