Study Guide – Psalm 19:1-6


The heavens declare the glory of God;

    the skies proclaim the work of his hands.

Day after day they pour forth speech;

    night after night they reveal knowledge.

They have no speech, they use no words;

    no sound is heard from them.

Yet their voice goes out into all the earth,

    their words to the ends of the world.

In the heavens God has pitched a tent for
the sun.

    It is like
a bridegroom coming out of his chamber,

    like a champion rejoicing to run his course.

It rises at one end of the heavens

    and makes its circuit to the other;

    nothing is deprived of its warmth.


Stop. Take some time to look at the sky. Study the expanse.
Then read these verses again, pondering each phrase.


Look at verse 1. Describe God’s craftsmanship.


Look at verse 2-3. Describe what the skies are saying.


Look at verses 3-4. Describe how their message speaks to the
whole world.


Look at verses 4-6.

Describe how the sun is like a groom.

Describe how the sun is like an athelete.



In the next 24 hours, write yourself a note (e.g. on your
hand, on your phone, on your computer, on your steering wheel, Etc.) to remind
yourself to pause repeatedly to listen to what the sky is saying.

Ken Castor

Ken Castor is a husband, dad, pastor, writer and teacher. He serves as a professor at Crown College, Minnesota, where he equips students to pursue Jesus-Centered Faith and Next Generation Ministry. For 20+ years he's focused on equipping the next generations in places like the U.S., Canada, and Northern Ireland. He's the author of Grow Down (Simply Youth Ministry, 2014), Make a Difference (Broadstreet, 2016), the Blue-Letters Editor of the Jesus-Centered Bible (Group, 2015) and numerous other articles and Bible Study guides. But, whenever possible, he gets down on the floor and builds Lego with his kids. Connect with him @kencastor.

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