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Message of the Day: Trust and Confidence in God in the Face of Trouble.

Truly my soul silently waits for God; from Him comes my salvation.” (Psalm 62:1, NKJV)

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Chapter 62 of the book of Psalm is about David’s unwavering trust and devotion to God in the face of troubles. David commits himself to God when threatened by the assaults of conspirators who wish to dethrone him. This psalm is expressive of confidence in God and at the same time, an occasion to remind the wicked of their sin, their ruin, and their meanness.

Just like David, let us put our trust and confidence in God not just in times of troubles but everyday of our lives. Let us silently (submissively and confidently) wait for Him like a servant.

References:

Halley’s Bible Handbook. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan, 2000.

MySword for Android. Riversoft Ministry, 2011-2019.

Olive Tree Bible Software. http://www.olivetree.com

Zondervan NASB Study Bible. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan, 1999.

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