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Psalm 130

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REFLECT: In this week’s message, John defined hope as “the sure expectation that God will fulfill his promises”. Compare verses 1-2 with verses 5-6. How does the author’s outlook change when his focus shifts from an earthly perspective to a heavenly one? Who did the...

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Psalm 138

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REFLECT: While a good leader for the nation, King David (the author of this psalm) endured times of violent conflict, family discord and personal failure. How did David’s view of God knit the good together with the challenges? How was his focus similar to Paul’s from Philippians...

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Psalm 37

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REFLECT God’s people are not always protected from troubles in this world.  Look for at least three difficulties when God sustains those who trust him. What do God’s gifts look like? How has God given you strength in the midst of challenges? RESPOND David, the author of this...

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psalm 18

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reflect: Israel’s King David was an old man when he wrote this, reflecting on God’s presence in his life. How would David compare his power and abilities to God’s? Why does David believe that God helped him? respond: David was a godly leader and a courageous warrior, but even...

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Psalm 34

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reflect: What gives David confidence that he will make it through this tough time? What are the reasons for his confidence in God? respond: What are the fears, troubles and heartbreaks in your life? Bring them to God trusting that he will hear and answer you; that he is good, caring and...

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