Book of Psalms (58)
Sunday evening series in the Book of Psalms: The Hymnbook of Israel
God revealed Himself in the grandeur of the skies. Humans in their folly have rejected that revelation. So God has spoken again: in the powerful words of Scripture.
David's life was full of danger, distress and conflict. But he came to the point where his battles were over and he could rest. Every believer can look forward to the day when their conflicts will be over. And on that day, we'll give all the praise to the LORD,…
David's enemies had tracked him down and were ready to kill him. Yet David did not panic. He knew God was with him, for him, in complete control. David's God was real. How real is ours?
The psalmist could face death with confidence, joy and praise. He had known and enjoyed God in this world: he was sure that his relationship with God would not be ended even by the grave.
All through Old Testament times God's people waited for a king worthy to reign alongside the Lord on Mount Zion. But who could meet the standard of perfect righteousness? Jesus alone is worthy to take the scroll and reign at God's right hand.