Crying Out to a Silent God

Evening Service
Aug 17, 2014

Sometimes God seems silent and far away. Psalm 88 records an example of one man's experience of this kind of suffering, and his words can seem unsettling because the Psalm concludes without a resolution. Through his experience, though, we learn that God is always present and always at work for good. When Christians find themselves in the middle of suffering, our hope isn't in the search for answers, but in the God who has revealed Himself perfectly in the Lord Jesus, who suffered in our place to conquer death.

Psalm 88:1


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