As David moves towards the end of his life, he pens not only the most well-known Psalm, offers a beautiful depiction of who God is and how He desires to relate to us. This Psalm gives us perspective on life, and guides us into truths that we can cling to, especially in the more difficult times of life. Steve Saccone shares his heart and what he’s learned over the past several years as their family has dealt with one of their sons who was diagnosed with autism.
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The book of Psalms shows us how to talk to God when things are going great, when things are dicey, and even when life is falling apart entirely. The poetic songs, gritty prayers, and heart cries are filled with raw honesty, fierce passion, intense struggle, explosive joy, unwanted heartache, and unencumbered worship. They touch the heart and provoke the soul. They guide us in how to respond to God authentically and know Him personally. Would you join us for our brand new series over the next 8 weeks as we take a deep soul dive into the Psalms and discover not simply how to express ourselves in prayer but also explore how to become ourselves in prayer.