Crossview Church
Life Before God
Dan DeRoche | Psalm 3
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What happened?
King David had a son Absalom (2 Samuel 15)
“If all the trials that come from heaven, all the temptations which ascend from hell, and all the crosses which arise from earth, could be mixed and pressed together, they would not make a trial so terrible as that which is contained in these verses.” - C.H. Spurgeon
Where David goes (vv.3-4)
David knows that earthly help is worthless when the tidal waves of life threaten to overwhelm and drown us.
Three anchors given to those who live in relationship with God:
Protection – Dignity - Joy
What happens to David (vv.5-6)
Trusting and looking to God in the midst of painful experiences is the conduit through which the power of God flows to our hearts and brings His presence, His peace, and His strength.
He was in the battle of his life.
He turned to who he knew God to be.
Psalm 3 and our lives today…
What about the godly people who call out to Him and are not saved, healed, or rescued from their troubles and afflictions?
If we are going to be nourished by Psalm 3, we need to realize that David is a model of a greater King who was to come.

Remember David in this was a type of the Lord Jesus Christ. He too fled. He too, passed over the brook Kedron into the woods when His own people rebelled against Him, and with a feeble band of followers He went into the garden of Gethsemane.
No matter what happens to you in this life, you will rise again and live forever.

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