Tuesday 14 June | 10:00am
David’s psalms offer us an extraordinary glimpse into a disciple’s relationship with God from young adulthood to old age. They record David’s gut-deep response to God and God’s gracious response to him as he goes through intense pressure, lethal threat, criminal failure, impossible rescue, and glorious peace.
Despite the particularity of David’s personality, job, challenges, and era, his psalms have served to shape and strengthen successive generations of God’s people in their everyday challenges and callings, precisely because ultimately they point to God.
In this interactive workshop, Antony Billington and Mark Greene will help you read David’s psalms through historical, literary, messianic, and New Testament lenses, reflecting on their meaning in their own time, their role in the overall Book of Psalms, their messianic significance, and their implications for us as disciples today.
The day will be suitable for preachers, teachers of God’s word, church leaders, and anyone wanting to enrich their own engagement with the psalms and deepen their relationship with the one to whom they are addressed.
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