Psalm 62: Giving our Stress and Worries to God Video Resource

Are you worried and stressed? If so, Psalm 62 is for you.

In the Psalm, David pours out his heart, describing how he was barely hanging on and that he felt like a broken fence.

As well as expressing his desperation, the Psalm is also a cry to God. As David prays, things change in his mind and his perpective shifts and I hope you can find hope and help as you hear and read his words.

My daughter and I have created a video with some visuals and the Bible reading with gaps for reflection. I have also copied the images we used below and you can download a PPT with the images and words using this link: Psalm 62 (these are all free for you to use). If you would like to you can also read some thoughts I have written about the Psalm here.

The images (The background images are from pixabay.com and unslplash.com)

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About honestaboutmyfaith

Hi, my name is Graeme and I’m married to a very patient wife. We have 4 children, 2 rabbits, a terrapin (and not a lot of peace and quiet!). I’m a Regional Minister for the Eastern Baptist Association in the UK (the views expressed in this blog are my own) and I am especially interested in making Church accessible to people who have no church background and also in how we disciple people in order to equip them to live out their faith in the 21st Century.
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