Saturday Psalm Series: Psalm 88 (Part 6): Light in the Midst of Darkness

And the Darkness Has Not Overcome It—Our Savior’s Soliloquy

In the previous articles, we have considered the immensity of darkness. First, we saw the importance of prayer in the Psalm 88’s opening. No matter what darkness we face, we can always call upon our Lord. Then, we focused on the intensity . . . Continue reading →

Saturday Psalm Series: Holy Saturday In Light Of Psalm 62

King Jesus would know silence in a way that David never could because he was not merely wounded and abandoned. He was murdered in the most brutal way the Romans knew. He was publicly humiliated and shamed, and then, they hoped, silenced by being placed in a tomb.
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