Psalter Group Sign-Ups {Great Lent 2015}

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Great Lent begins the day after tomorrow!  Tomorrow is Forgiveness Sunday, which is my favorite Vesper service of the year.  If you’ve never been to this service, you should definitely make the effort to attend tomorrow evening, it is a very humbling service and the perfect way to begin Great Lent.  That being said, I want to ask forgiveness from all of you for anything I may have said or done to offend any of you.  I know I touch on some sensitive topics sometimes but know that offending anyone is never my intention.  <3

Guess what else it’s time for?  It’s time to sign up for the Psalter Prayer Groups again! Yay!  I can hardly wait to start tucking that little green book in my bag again.

This is one of my favorite things during the 40-day fasts.  It is a quiet time that I can look forward to each day.  And by quiet, I don’t mean the things around me are quiet, those things rarely are, but rather the hush that comes over my soul whenever I open my Psalter and read.

The last few times, I periodically posted some various writings on why reading the Psalms is so beneficial and I’ll be doing that again this time as well.  There are some really beautiful thoughts on this.  God-willing they will strengthen and encourage us as we prepare to receive the Bridegroom and as we trudge the rocky roads of our Lenten journeys.  So please keep an eye out for those!

You may also want to check out this post on The Benefits of Psalter Groups.

So if you’re interested in joining please leave YOUR BAPTISMAL NAME AND EMAIL ADDRESS in the comment section of this post. If you’re new to our groups, click here for all the details…

I will have the groups and everyone’s assigned readings up sometime on Clean Monday!  But don’t worry, if you stumble upon this post after the fast has begun, you can still sign up.  It’s never too late to join in!

You can purchase a pocket Psalter or full-sized one here.

84 thoughts on “Psalter Group Sign-Ups {Great Lent 2015}

  1. Finally signing up for a new Psalter group! We still include our first psalter group in our daily prayers from two Nativity’s ago…!

    Nichole
    diakonema@gmail.com

    May I ask if my group please pray for both my husband and I who are suffering less than desirable health right now, and our daughter? My husband is Christopher and our daughter is Irene. If not, that’s okay. I wanted to ask just in case.

  2. I feel like my fast would no be complete without our Psalter group! Thank you for offering this to us!

    Please sign me up <3

  3. Hello, my name is Roxana Nicoleta and I would like to join this group if possible. Thank uou very much.
    God Bless

  4. Please include me. I am including my middle name as I’m sure I’m not the only Maria here 🙂
    Maria Eleftheria.

  5. I would love to join again this year! My baptismal name is Veronica.

    Thank you for organizing this every fasting season!

  6. Hi, I live in Greece and would love to sign up. I have been following your blog for a few years but didn’t have the courage to join. My baptismal name is Ελισάβετ and my email is eliemironidou@hotmail.com. I hope it doesn’t matter if i read in greek? Even though I am greek_australian i prefer reading in greek. Thank you.

  7. Please add me to the Psalter group. My baptismal name is Maria. Thank you and may you have a blessed Lenten journey!

  8. I will try it too (first time). I imagine there is no problem reading it in Greek :-). Thank you for organizing it.

  9. Please sign me up again. I’m not seeing my post from yesterday. Thank you so much for your time and effort to provide the Psalter groups for us.

  10. Hi! I left you my baptismal name but not my email address the other day, so maybe you couldn’t add me. I’m Constantina, and you can reach me at titika@me.com. I so look forward to joining this group!

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