Returning to God
Returning to God
Psalm 61
Speaker's Picture
Sunday Morning Service,  July 29, 2007
 

Do you ever feel far away from God, as if, somehow, the closeness you once enjoyed with Him has evaporated, leaving a sense of emptiness or apprehension? In this psalm, David expresses a deep yearning to return to a place of fellowship with God. His confession in these brief verses is like a beacon of hope, helping us to find our way back to that closeness with God we desire to know.

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