So I will sing praise to Your name forever

David was a man of God who went through great adversities, but God was always with him, even in his most difficult moments, and David knew how to trust in the powerful hand of God. On this occasion we will talk about Psalm 61, written by David, it is not known under what circumstances he wrote it, but some commentators say that it was possibly at the time of Absalom’s rebellion.

The truth is that Psalm 61 is a great declaration of confidence in the strength of God, in believing that in the storm we are better, in the places where God wants us to be, that our refuge is God and that only in Him we can be victorious. David knew of difficulty, but at the same time he knew how to sing praises to God in the midst of those terrible moments.

In the same way we must sing praises to God regardless of the difficult time, remember that we have been created to praise His Name, and that is not something negotiable.

The psalmist said:

7 He shall abide before God for ever: O prepare mercy and truth, which may preserve him.

8 So will I sing praise unto thy name for ever, that I may daily perform my vows.

Psalm 61:7-8

We will really be forever before God, remember that one day we will dwell together with Him and David had this very clear, are you clear on that? All this we do here is just a rehearsal, one day we will praise Him face to face for an eternity.

We will sing to God always and forever, this is our glory and great promise.

I will sing of you among the nations
We will praise Your name forever

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