Today we see the psalmist ask, Why? Why, God, have you forsaken me? Why me, that I’m still in this trouble? And, to those, who were his enemies, Why do you oppress me? Do you ever ask, Why?
On the night he was betrayed, Jesus Himself told those seated at the supper table with him that Psalm 41:9 was a prophecy that was about to be fulfilled. Come see the link between Genesis 3:15, Psalm 41:9 and John 13:18.
Five days ago, when we read Psalm 40:4-5, we were reminded that God had done many wonderful works and that His thoughts of us were too many to count! David returns to this marvelous truth as he ends his cry for help and praise to his deliverer.
If someone asked you to describe God, what would you say? Join us as we read what David — and Moses — learned about God.
Come discover an amazing truth about God. Like the good Father He is, He thinks of His children — often!
As David continues his prayer for wisdom and forgiveness, he makes a great declaration: my hope is in the Lord. Join us as we read, pray and sing today.
Today marks the 10th anniversary of the car crash that claimed my wife’s three fingers — but not her life, aleluya! Interestingly, it is also the day we begin Psalm 39, where David ponders the measure of our days.