This psalm encourages us to put our hope and trust in God. To be confident in his power, presence and providence even in the worst of times.
Isn’t amazing that as we read this psalm written thousands of year before Jesus was born in Bethlehem, it paints for us a beautiful picture of the gospel.
We all know what it’s like to try and shake ourselves out of feeling something, but failing be able to do so. The psalm provides us with a great comfort that in these times we are not alone.
Have you ever thought about the spiritual dehydration? Could it be that you are struggling in your spiritual walk because you are not drinking enough?
What do we do we find ourselves stuck in a pit? We wait patiently for the LORD, with confidence that He will hear our cry. God is always faithful to those who call out to Him.
As so, like a loving grandfather who wants to pass on valuable life lessons to his grandchild. David begins this psalm with valuable life lessons we would all do well to follow.