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My Soul will be Satisfied

By David Robinson/ July 1, 2012

Series  Meditations on the Psalms

Context  Westminster Chapel Toronto

Topic  Salvation

Scripture  Psalms 63

The Psalms give voice to the believer’s cries to God. Following David’s sin, his sons subsequently rebelled, forcing David to flee to the wilderness where he writes Psalms 3 and 63. Under affliction, David’s soul is thirsting for God Himself. The Psalms celebrate God’s loyal, faithful, enduring love. We need to set aside time to remember God’s steadfast love demonstrated to us in the cross. As we cling to God we gain confidence, so we can then offer confidence to those who come to us.