Come back to us!

Because of the psalmist placing his trust in the Lord, it was that he obtained victory over those nations, this is a teaching about that we must trust in the Lord all the time, worship God in the midst of any conflict.

In this article we will see a verse from a Mictam of David, which shows us when he had war against Aram-Naharaim, against Aram de Soba and when Joab returned and destroyed twelve thousand of Edom in the valley of salt. It is good to remember the trust that we must have in the Lord just as this man of God had.

The Bible teaches us about this great man, David. We cannot deny the possibility that the psalmist was weak at times, but before that his songs did not stop. That is why he speaks to God saying the following:

O God, thou hast cast us off, thou hast scattered us, thou hast been displeased; O turn thyself to us again.

Psalm 60:1

The plea in this chapter is remarkable, what we see is that the psalmist is asking God to have mercy, since they had been discarded and broken. But David knew there was still hope.

Come back to us! This is the expression that David uses at the end of this text, so that God could come to them and take care of their adversaries, since without God they would not have full victory.

The believer must understand that he will not be able to fight the enemy alone, because just as David did, he knew that he needed God to be able to win. Today we must also say: turn to us and help us in our battles!

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