Throughout the Psalms, David exemplifies "casting your care upon Him, for He cares for you" (1 Peter 5:7). David is a man of prayer. The psalms reveals why he is a man of prayer:
Those who care about righteousness pray about unrighteousness. Unrighteousness is a burden no man can carry; therefore, unrighteousness must be taken to the Lord.
No man was betrayed more completely than the One who "came to His own, and His own did not receive Him" (Jn. 1:11); therefore, He understands betrayal and can handle any betrayal given over to Him. David's understanding of loyalty and betrayal demonstrates one of the reasons why God called him "a man after His own heart" (1 Sam. 13:14).
David was also a man of worship, as seen throughout his psalms. What attributes of God does David seem to relish?
What does Psalm 31:19 reveal about David's view of God?
David's heart of repentance shines in Psalm 32. What does this psalm teach about redemption? About who God is for those who walk in repentance?
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