Numbers 19; Psalms 56–57; Isaiah 8:1–9:7; James 2

American coins have the words “In God we trust.” In our pluralistic age, it is not unreasonable to respond, “Which God?” Even if the answer to that were unambiguously the God of the Bible, most people, I suspect, would think of this trust in God in fairly privatized of mystical ways. It is distressingly easy to think of trust in God as a kind of religious intuition, a pious sensibility, with only the vaguest perception of what this trust entails. David is under no such delusions. Twice in Psalm 56 his description of the God in whom he trusts implicitly…
Source: For The Love of God by Don Carson (Following Robert Murray Mccheyne reading plan)