The Bible speaks to us but the Psalms speak for us.
Throughout Jesus’ ministry, He called people in the context of their everyday lives. He invited Simon, James, and John to follow Him when they had fishing nets in their hands. He called Matthew from the seat in a tax collector’s booth. He met blind men along the road and Zacchaeus in a tree. These encounters with God happened during the activities of ordinary life. God will meet us right where we are. You may be a teacher, a housewife, a mother, work in a factory, or work with the sick and suffering. God knows you and loves you.
Read Psalm 139. It will show you how fearfully and wonderfully you are made.
Do not let the stresses of the day steal your Psalm.