Psalm 38

Psalms 37-41 are sometimes called David’s “Job” moment as he suffered at God’s hand. This psalm, along with the next three, provide a window into suffering, pain, doubt, and depression. It poignantly describes the believer in God who is suffering under God’s silence. Though a surface reading of Psalm 37 can be depressing, a deeper reading provides great comfort and hope in that we can begin to realize that our experience is by no means unique. As you read this psalm and watch this teaching, may you be comforted in your own pain, disappointment, and loneliness. You are not alone.

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