The Quieted Soul
The Quieted Soul
Psalm 131
Speaker's Picture
Sunday Morning Service,  May 10, 2015

When the psalmist desires to paint a picture of the child of God at peace, he likens the soul to a weaned child, resting in complete contentment with his mother. In this psalm, God is calling us to lay aside our arrogant spirit and restless ambitions, and to repose with absolute confidence in him.

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