A Song of New Hope by Charles R. Swindoll The first word in verse 5 is "but." That little word usually introduces a contrast to the reader. It's as if David is saying, "In contrast to my earlier complaints and fears, my dull eyes and proud heart . . . I have trusted! . . . My heart shall rejoice! . . . I will sing!"
Insight’s Bible Application Guide: Joshua–Esther uncovers a timeless truth in each chapter of these 12 books of the Bible and shows how they apply to your life today.
For most of us, a lot of time goes by between the day of our salvation and the day we enter heaven. Our Christian Living page helps you not to lose your way on the journey.
Chuck Swindoll’s Dropping Your Guard series challenges you to escape the superficial and to develop rich connections with others that will feed and mature your soul.
When someone has hurt you through their words or actions, it’s not easy to let go of the resulting bitterness. But Chuck Swindoll says it’s not only possible—it’s essential!