Bread of Life is a ministry of Joel Van Hoogen and the Bread of Life Fellowship in Boise. You can tune in each weekday at 12:00 pm to listen. Summary In a cave, feeling the hurricane force of personal destruction, David in Psalm 57 finds a reason to trust God and Praise God, the same reason you can find as well: God is merciful; God is tender; God acts on your behalf from out of heaven, and God gets glory in rescuing you. Previous Post: Psalm 57 Pt. 4 ||  Related: Life Point–Psalm 97Read More →

Bread of Life is a ministry of Joel Van Hoogen and the Bread of Life Fellowship in Boise. You can tune in each weekday at 12:00 pm to listen. Summary Psalm 57 is written while David is on the run from King Saul. David has been forced to hide in a cave, and in that cave, he feels the hurricane force of calamity coming down upon him. This Psalm is technically categorized as a song of lament, but the lament is hardly heard above David’s expressions of committed trust and his resolutions of determined praise. These rise up out of the cave because David rehearsedRead More →

Bread of Life is a ministry of Joel Van Hoogen and the Bread of Life Fellowship in Boise. You can tune in each weekday at 12:00 pm to listen. Previous Post: Motivation: The Call Pt. 3 ||  Next Post: Psalm 57 Pt. 2 Related: Life Point–Psalm 97Read More →