Because of Christ, your cup is not empty. God pours favor into your cup. It is not just a sip. God fills our cups to the brim.
Our song is truer and better.
The book of Psalms shows us not only how to do to right theology, but also how good theology should lead us to worship and right living before the Lord.
Who is this King of glory?
When we consider the height and transcendence of God, the questions that present themselves are: Can we even know this God? Can He desire to know us?
The importance of repentance is hard to overstate.
Unfortunately, we live in the very present world and waiting is hard. Joining David,
we cry out with the familiar refrain of ‘how long?’
Is it possible to be at the same time repentant and also to boldly ask for relief from sin’s consequences? Or does God’s grace for our sin stop only at the point of forgiveness? Are we on our own after that?
There is an initial act of faith and repentance at the moment of conversion, but, after that, the process of faith and repentance constitutes a daily discipline—the Christian’s lifestyle—and a path to joy thereafter according to Psalm 32.
Once He has helped us to step across the threshold of our straining circumstances, we will see that God is the wise and trustworthy Savior of His people.