Parkside Church

Make Me Understand It

Special Service
Apr 14, 2017

Psalm 22 describes suffering that King David experienced at the hands of his enemies and the anguish that he felt when it seemed that God was far away. Alistair Begg considers the Psalm in light of its ultimate fulfillment in the Lord Jesus, who was rejected by men and bore the wrath of God in the place of sinners. It is only by trusting in the substitutionary death of Christ that sinners can enjoy a restored relationship with God, to the praise of His glory.

Psalm 22:1-31

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