The standard of living today is so much higher than when David wrote Psalm 62. Even Solomon in all his glory did not have many of the things our flesh enjoys today. He may have had servants to fan him ..
Trust in God will always be characterized by looking away from self. David revealed this very plainly in Psalm 62. Having stated that his soul trusted in God alone for his salvation, he commands his soul to wait upon God. ..
Although we must love our neighbor, this does not mean that we will have no enemies here below. According to the promise that God gave Adam and Eve after they fell, the world was divided into two groups of people, ..
It would be foolish as well as sinful to claim that we will never fall into sin, and that our faith never wavers. Satan is there to attack us time and time again; and our flesh wants what he dangles ..
David’s reason for trusting God for all his salvation is the fact that it all comes from God. So he states it in Psalm 62:1, in these words: “Truly my soul waits upon God; from Him cometh my salvation.” Surely ..
Psalm 62 has been called “David’s Only Psalm.” And there is a measure of truth in that title. Surely he wrote many other psalms. But the reason why this one is called his “Only Psalm” is the fact that he ..
Although the psalmist in Psalm 100:2 exhorts us to serve God in His house of prayer, this also applies to our entire walk of life, and to our serving Him wherever we are. One of our versifications of “Come before ..
Having called us to praise God, to thank Him and bless His name, the psalmist in Psalm 100:5 gives us the reason why He is worthy of our praise. He writes, “For the Lord is good, His mercy is everlasting; ..
Our singing in God’s house must be singing His praises and thanking Him for all the blessings of salvation that He gives us. The psalmist in Psalm 100:4 states, “Enter into His gates with thanksgiving, and into His courts with ..
The psalmist states in Psalm 100:3, “Know ye that the Lord he is God: it is He that hath made us, and not we our-selves; we are His people, and the sheep of His pasture.” Plainly He is not referring ..