Our prayers bring us into God’s presence
What should be our attitude in prayer?
Then Eli realized it was the Lord who was calling the boy. 267 more words
“Nevertheless I am continually with thee.”
“Nevertheless,”–As if, notwithstanding all the foolishness and ignorance which David had just been confessing to God, not one atom the less was it true and certain that David was saved and accepted, and that the blessing of being constantly in God’s presence was undoubtedly his. 631 more words
“So foolish was I, and ignorant; I was as a beast before thee.”
Remember this is the confession of the man after God’s own heart; and in telling us his inner life, he writes, “So foolish was I, and ignorant.” The word “foolish,” here, means more than it signifies in ordinary language. 681 more words