I’d like to share a new practice with you which I’ve been enjoying for some months, regarding the psalms.
There are 150 of them, as you may already know; and there are roughly 30 days in a month. 150 divided by 30 is 5, so I today I’m reading five psalms, sequentially incrementing them by 30, thusly: today is the 21st, so I’m reading psalms 21, 51, 81, 111, and 141. It makes for a lovely meditation — especially if you read between the lines! (I use the BlueLetterBible, online, which features various translations, for comparison purposes, and minimal advertising. (Good research tools, too.)
We are told: Pray the Lord of the harvest that s/he send forth laborers into the harvest. (see Matt 9:38 and Luk 10:2)
I used to wonder why the Lord needed our prayers, but then came to see that we were invited to the harvest party. We can RSVP simply by showing up, by reading and meditating. And listening, which may be the highest form of prayer.
NOTE: As Psalm 119 is so long, and divided into subheads alphabetically, it could be apportioned daily, as an extension of the fifth item.