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This is a favorite of mine, and in glancing back over it in my old, underlined Bible, I counted a dozen different circles and underlines and brackets and other marks that I’ve made through the years as I’ve underlined its verses.
Let me show you how Psalm 31 begins: In You, O Lord, I have taken refuge; let me never be put to shame. Turn Your ear to me, come quickly to my rescue; be my rock of refuge, a strong fortress to save me.
In “real life,” Lisa is a busy mother, a pastor’s wife, and a popular Christian writer and speaker.
Several months ago, we cooperated in a little project, and I learned something from her.
Everything may be collapsing around us, but nevertheless the promises of God are secure. I’ve occasionally battled anxiety, but there’s one thing about that for which I can give thanks.
My anxiety has so often driven me to the Bible to find a promise or a word of reassurance from the Lord.
Introduction - Robert J Morgan is the teaching pastor at Donelson Fellowship in Nashville, Tennessee and is well known for expository messages that are rich in excellent illustrations of Biblical principles.
Our Lord Jesus evidently loved Psalm 31, and in the dying moments of His life on Calvary’s cross, there was one phrase that meant all the world to Him; and He uttered it in His dying moments.
I’d like to show you a wonderful passage of Scripture.
It’s Psalm 31, a song written by David and consisting of 24 verses.
Sometimes God Speaks to us in a Word Sometimes all it takes is a single word of Scripture.
I believe that every word is inspired, and Jesus said that every dot and dash is given with authority. Jesus said, “Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them.