Pastor Seth continues with Part 5 of our Summer of Psalms Series with Psalm 27. In this Psalm, we see David trust in God and pray for favor and victory but when God doesn’t answer right away, David asks God not to forget him. Curiously, David finishes the Psalm with a command to the reader: “wait for the Lord.” We often go through similar seasons of life where we pray faithfully but God either doesn’t answer when we want Him to or he answers with, “no.”
We don’t know all of the details of God’s plan and many things that happen in life don’t make sense to us, but we can trust that God “has made everything beautiful in its time” (Ecclesiastes 3:11). Cling to God; our hope rests not in this life, but in eternity. Wait for the Lord.
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