Years after the death of President Calvin Coolidge, this story came to light. In the early days of his
presidency, Coolidge awoke one morning in his hotel room to find a burglar going through his
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After turning his thoughts from the horrible past David rejoices in who God is:
Psalms is divided into five books, and each one ends with a doxology, an expression of praise to God (v. 13). This first book of the Psalms (Chap.’s 1-41) covers suffering, sorrow and great joy.
God controls all situations and nothing happens without His permission. He has lessons to teach me in my most trying circumstances and will not allow the ungodly to take advantage of my weakness when I am in His hand and plead for mercy.
But you, O LORD, be gracious to me, and raise me up, that I may repay them! By this I know that you delight in me: my enemy will not shout in triumph over me. But you have upheld me because of my integrity, and set me in your presence forever. Blessed be the LORD, the God of Israel, from everlasting to everlasting! Amen and Amen.
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Psalms 38:1-14The Lord’s Discipline
Psalms 38:15-22A Prayer in Times of Trouble
Psalms 39:1-13Confidence in Life’s Only Hope
Psalms 40:1-10A Joyful Report About David’s Deliverance
Psalms 40:11-17David’s Plea With The Lord For Mercy
Psalms 41:1-9A Prayer For Protection
Psalms 41:10-13God Delivered David Because of His Integrity
Psalms 42:1-8Longing For The Living God
Psalms 42:9-11David Questions God as to Why He Has to Suffer
Psalms 43:1-5David Prayed For Vindication From His Enemies
Psalms 44:1-8The Historic Faith of The Nation
Psalms 44:9-16The Humiliation Defeat of The Nation
Psalms 44:17-26The Prayer For Victory