This psalm is the prayer of a man who knows God and has experienced His steadfast love. It teaches us to patiently trust the LORD, to joyful obey Him, to exuberantly proclaim Him and to humbly petition Him.
The psalmist calls us to be wise and to trust in God rather than in what we have, to consider eternity rather than our brief life on earth.
John 20:24 – 31
In the conversion of Thomas from a stubborn skeptic to a glad believer we see what it means to believe and how we may believe in Christ.
John 19:23 – 37
John is at pains to show us that the crucifixion of Christ was ‘according to the Scripture’, that Jesus was delivered up according to the definite plan and foreknowledge of God. We see here four aspects of His crucifixion that we might live in light of His finished work.
Four reasons to joyfully praise our great God, in all circumstances.