Psalms 58, 59, & 60 – Is There Anyone Out There?!

Psalms 58, 59, & 60- Is There Anyone Out There?!

Ever find yourself asking if there is someone who cares about you? Well you are not the only one… let’s dig in and find out.


These three chapters are extremely interesting. Chapter 58 is about questioning God and His power. Chapter 59 is David in need and asking God for the help and chapter 60 is God helping them and David realizing that they did not deserve the Lords help. That is how it sometimes happens in this world.  Some people do not believe in God and question everything bad that goes with them and say that there could not possible be a God with all this suffering and pain. But as we read in chapter 59 we still want God to help us, to save us. And as in chapter 60, we do have a heavenly Father that loves us truly and even if we do not deserve His help He still helps us. Why question God when we do not see a bigger picture? You ask yourself why am I going through this pain? Does God care about me? Does He hear me? And the answer is YES!!:D you have someone who loves you and cares about you and has something bigger planned for you and He is just preparing you. It is great to know that someone cares for us. There is a song that comes to mind and it is “ Does Jesus Care” it is a beautiful hymn and it has helped many people through tough situations . let us always trust in out creature and never doubt Him 😀

May the Lord bless you and care for you today and always:D


Scripture taken from the NEW AMERICAN STANDARD BIBLE®, Copyright © 1960,1962,1963,1968,1971,1972,1973,1975,1977,1995 by The Lockman Foundation. Used by permission.


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