Psalm 3 is a confident prayer of the king who had fled from the palace and was surrounded by enemies. In spite of innumerable adversaries who were convinced that he had no hope, David, found God’s safety and protection through the night and thereby had confidence in His ultimate deliverance. We too contend with the terror of the night and the terror of the day. Every morning when we awake, the choice stands before us: fear or faith?
During this time of quarantine, many are experiencing feelings or emotions of loneliness. In Psalm 42, the psalmist provides help for dealing with loneliness.
Today, the world has fallen under attack from irrationalism and relativism. The moral foundations have fallen. Psalm 11 shows the believer what to do when the foundations crumble.
But we see Jesus... This phrase means more than to simply look at Jesus. It means to look at Him with understanding. To see Jesus on the cross is to see Him as the Suffering God, the Savior, the Sanctifier, the Satan-Conquerer, the Slave Redeemer, and the Sympathizer.
Asaph records the feelings of every person in the middle of a crisis. These feelings are recorded as six questions to which he seeks the answers. So, while in a time of crisis, we are going to see Asaph did to overcome these feelings and gain confidence in times of crisis.