Gilbert House Fellowship #382: Psalms 3–4, 12–13, 28, 55

ONE OF THE hardest things you can do is give thanks to God in the middle of trouble. 

This week, we read a collection of psalms composed by David while he was running from his son Absalom, who’d raised an army and was marching on Jerusalem. Remarkably, in the midst of David’s heartbreak, realizing that either he or his son would die in the battle to come and reflecting on his failures as a father, he was still able to give thanks and put his trust in the Lord.


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