Whom do you trust? Psalm 71 claims God deserves your loyalty because He alone is true. Discover three areas proving God to be trustworthy. You never need to be ashamed of God.
What makes you afraid? David writes this psalm specifically for those feeling alone, abandoned, or left out. You are never alone. Not only is God present, but God hears you.
Desperate times call for a great God. The 69th psalm reminds us that God protects His servants in desperate times. Listen for three statements you can make when facing trouble.
When we pursue God’s heart, we rely on the truth that He is always the same no matter our circumstances. We learn that times change, but God does not.
David’s life nears its end and we hear his last words to his son. David encourages Solomon to let God guide his life, a lesson we must learn today.
Do you plan ahead? Today we look at three kings and realize the necessity of keeping God in your plans.
God graciously gives greatness in three specific areas. Notice them in David’s life and watch God work in your life, too!
David used his last public address to highlight God’s transforming power. Listen as a king testifies to the transforming power of God.
David was king because God is always faithful. This truth must be embraced. God demonstrates His faithfulness in three specific areas.
God protects His servants. Discover three methods of protection God uses in David’s life, and see them in your life, too.