Journey with Sarah Adams and deepen your love of these ancient poems.

Sarah Adams is the Director for the Department of Adult Education and Evangelisation, Clifton Diocese.

Praying the Psalms with Sarah Adams

Each day of every week, psalms are prayed, chanted or sung. What are these psalms and why are they so important? Sarah Adams is our guide.

Praying the Psalms: Psalm 42

This psalm is a lament and a hunger for God. Can God continue to be silent in the face of such crying out? This psalm gives us real hope.

Praying the Psalms: Psalm 139

This psalm holds a universal truth about all of us: we are knitted together by God and shaped to be the person that God has called us to be.

Praying the Psalms: Psalm 91

In this psalm, the images of a refuge and fortress, and of being raised up on eagles' wings reflect the strength and power of how God holds us in his love.

Praying the Psalms: Psalm 23

Here are two different interpretations of this well known psalm - from consolation and hope to serving each other.

Praying the Psalms: Psalm 31

In this psalm King David pleads for help and then he trusts in God's great mercy. He shows us how to let go in life and let God in.