This Psalm is always a favorite. Who is not moved by David's great proclamation? "The LORD is my light and my salvation; Whom shall I fear?" Our rebellious heart cries out , "Wait a minute! David was not faced with the coronavirus." True, but this does not change the reality of what David said. If there ever was a time we needed to not let this truth slip from our grasp, it is now. Our Lord is still the same and He still hears our prayers and He still answers. David will close this Psalm sincerely pleading for God's intercession in his trouble. That plea is built on this promise. We may plead now, but the root of our pleading is the assurance that God will act. Let us then take hold again of David's assurance.
I. David's Assurance (1-3)
II. David's Joy (4-6)