This passage speaks to our hearts, especially at times when we are particularly aware of our failings.
He knows me, and he loves me.
It’s comforting to know that admission of guilt doesn’t get counted against us in God’s eyes.
Sometimes we try to live our lives on our own terms and push Jesus away.
During King Josiah’s reign, the scroll of the law was found and Josiah was commended for taking heed.
A fortress could save a person, rescue a nation, and help the beleaguered overcome great odds. David knew from personal experience that God did all of those things.
Choosing a single, positive, spiritual goal for the day is a great way to find clarity and meaning even in the midst of “chaos.”
You’re so tired and this journey is so hard.
David suggests he would not have made it through had his hope and vision been anything less than galvanized in Our Heavenly Father’s promises to redeem and restore His creation.
Light in the Bible has come to represent something more profound than natural light. Unlike natural light—which will give us a sunburn if we get too much—we can never get too much of the true light.