References: Psalm 44Have you ever thought: Is God even there? Why all this trouble? I thought He was the giver of all blessings? Why do I get manure instead of diamonds? In most of our public prayers we say the flowery things, but in old Israelite worship, they could get honest about the hard questions. Turn to Psalm 44 and then listen to this week’s Truth Encounter — "Freedom to Cry Before the Lord."
Series: Psalms and Worship
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Now more than ever, young women need to rest in how much God understands and knows them so that they can discover their ultimate purpose in Him. Search Me is a 9-week study on Psalm 139, focusing on a woman’s identity as a daughter of the King. It is also designed to teach a woman how to meditate on and practically apply Scripture in community with other women. Psalm 139 could transform their understanding of who God is and who they are in relation to Him. By the end of the study, your study group will have memorized Psalm 139, learned how to walk patiently with the Lord through Scripture for nine weeks, tasted of the benefits of silent reflection on God, and learned to trust in sisterhood and friendships that could last a life-time.