When you feel feeble and overwhelmed by life, run into the arms of your heavenly Father. He is waiting. He is your refuge.
This Sunday I’ll be continuing a series called, Cave Time, in which we are learning some lessons from King David on how to survive the dark and dismal seasons of life. One thing I love about the Psalms is that they are breathtakingly real. Sometimes even raw. David has no problem sharing his guts with God. … Continue reading Getting Real with God
Out of the 150 psalms we have in our Bibles, half are authored by King David. And out of the seventy-five psalms written by David, three of them were penned while he was fleeing for his life and hiding in the bowels of the earth! These were David’s “cave psalms,” songs of praise and adoration … Continue reading David’s Cave Notes
For the past eight weeks we have been in a sermon series called “Lifelines.” The goal was to equip believers with the spiritual disciplines necessary to access the superabundance of grace which God makes available to us. But we never stopped to address why we need these lifelines in the first place. I gave you … Continue reading Cave Time