As we look at the conclusion of Psalm 6 tonight, we explore how David emerges from deep despair even though things aren’t yet fully “right.”
What (or whom) do we trust in when everything seems uncertain? David takes us on a journey to the right place of trust as we continue in Psalm 6.
Sometimes the starting point in desperation is to realize just how desperate we really are.
What do the days we live in indicate? What should we truly be anticipating? As life and the uncertainty of the world swirls around us, God calls us to focus in our anticipation.
Keeping in mind what is coming can cause us to focus even more on worldly matters, but it shouldn’t. It should help us care more about the world knowing Jesus.
As we look toward the future, there is an urgency mission even as we find ourselves waiting for God’s fulfillment of prophecy. But it requires us to keep our focus.
Our world moves us to ever increasing indifference, but as we pick up in 2 Peter 3, the Apostle calls us to be ready for Jesus’s return.
When we feel so far removed from the things to celebrate, can we still have a reason to rejoice?
King David reminds us about how God feels about evil — and by seeing that, we’re challenged and encouraged about where we want to be and who we are.