Contributed by Otis Mcmillan on Sep 16, 2019
David expresses jubilant confidence in the Lord despite the host of enemies that threatened his life. His prayer began full of anxiety that the Lord would not forsake him and leave him. but he quickly moves to faith that God would be his present help in the time of need.
Sermon- Making the Best of a Bad Situation
Introduction: This Psalm of David was written when he fled from Absalom his Son." You will remember the sad story of David's flight from his own palace, when in the dead of the night, he crossed the brook Kedron, and went with a few