The covenant promises of God are assured forever. God is always totally and absolutely faithful, even when we don't observe His activity.
Psalm 50 magnifies the condition of our souls as God calls a cosmic court session and charges His people with superficial religion and hypocrisy.
Christ is the righteous warrior-king who makes His bride glorious. Christ reigns righteously by His Word until He returns to secure His victory and to judge the living and the dead.
The tension between what we experience in the world and what we believe to be true by faith is resolved by knowing that God is guiding our lives toward glory.
Atheism is more than merely the absence of belief in God, it is the presence of a state of being in which the revelation of God's existence evokes anger and rebellion instead of relief and repentance.
In every line Psalm 43 draws us to God. God is our rock of refuge, our judge, our deliverer, our light, our truth, our life, our hope, our salvation, and our exceeding joy.
In times of trouble or depression, it is God's Word and His covenant faithfulness which defines our reality and interprets our circumstances.
Discipleship involves taking the yoke of Christ upon us as we work through differences and problems to reap God's blessing of life and joy.
The picture of sin and forgiveness in Psalm 32 points us to the work of Christ in bearing the burden of our sin on the cross.
The watchful eyes of parents keep children from countless dangers. The eyes of the Lord are on those who fear Him.
We are called to cry out to God, see that He is good and taste His goodness.