When Everyone Seems to be Against You (Psalm 3:1-8)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, January 19, 2014
Part of the Life of David series, preached at a Sermon service

Feelings of loneliness and isolation afflict some Christians more than others. And there are times when Christians truly do have everyone against them. Such pressures can make us lie awake at night or have other unhelpful reactions. This sermon probes the principles that enabled David to have a sound night's rest the night before a battle when he was vastly outnumbered.

Tags: anxiety, body, confidence, danger, downcast, ebb, emotions, Faith, Fear, Hope, hopelessness, Imprecatory psalm, insomnia, isolation, joy, loneliness, lonely, odds, prudent, security, sleep, Spirit, trouble

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