New Scottish Hymns Band | From Death (Psalm 30)

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From Death (Psalm 30)

by New Scottish Hymns Band

The New Scottish Hymns band writes new hymns and worship songs for the church.
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Christian
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We don’t control our own destiny. Whatever our achievements, whatever our progress, death is the final word that puts paid to this proud notion.

In Psalm 30, David celebrates the fact that God has brought him success time and again when he was at risk of his life – facing the foes of God’s people. God deserves thanks for this.

When he declares “I will give thanks to you forever”, surely David doesn’t believe he himself will be the exception to the rule of death? Is this just wishful thinking or artistic license… or simply more bravado, then?
David does indeed fear death – but the death he fears is a state of being that means he can no longer praise God. That is what he fears to lose. He is so certain that he was made to be with God.

He asks God to save him from this annihilation. And he recognises that the only one who can save him from death is God. He does not know how God will do that, or even what it means to be saved from death – God’s full salvation plan had not been unfolded yet – but David has seen enough of the goodness and the power of God to know that here is one whom we can trust with our life, our death, and our future.



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