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God Help Me Morning & Evening


Psalms 3-5
These psalms record David words and experiences when he was on the run from his son, Absalom. In spite of David’s enemy pursuing him, Psalm 3 records that David was able to sleep in peace because of his trust in God. Psalm 4, continues with David’s great hour of trial. David talks about being set apart or sanctified and as such he was under God’s protective care. In spite of the circumstances, David, by faith, looked ahead to God’s blessing and thus was able to find rest. Psalm 5 is a continuation of David’s run from Absalom. After a restful night, he awakens in the morning and offers his prayer to God. With great expectancy, David looked forward to returning to Jerusalem and once again going into the house of the Lord to worship. Certainly David is a great a example of what it is to walk by faith.
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