Psalms Devotions 2 is a continuation of a series of devotions from the Psalms beginning with Psalm 41 and continuing to Psalm 84.
In going through the Psalms I have used many resources to gain insight into particular writers or the circumstances surrounding the writing of a particular Psalm. We are so very privileged to be living in the 21st century where so many good resources abound. One of my favorite resources is the Treasury of David by Charles Haddon Spurgeon, a nineteenth century English preacher. In reading his biography, we discover that he was just a normal person like you and me, struggling with the same issues of life that we do. Here is a quote from his biography illustrating the fight with temptations such as we face in this day.
"I must confess," he says, "that I never would have been saved if I could have helped it. As long as ever I could, I rebelled, and revolted, and struggled against God. When He would have me pray, I would not pray, and when He would have me listen to the sound of the ministry, I would not. And when I heard, and the tear rolled down my cheek, I wiped it away and defied Him to melt my soul. But long before I began with Christ, He began with me."
I hope you are blessed by the reading of these devotionals in Psalms Devotions 2 even half as much as I was blessed in writing them.
May God be glorified above all names,
God Bless You,