Through the centuries, the Church has regularly returned to the songs and prayers of the Psalms not just to express how we feel but to let ourselves be moved by the perspectives and experiences of others in their pursuit of God. In this series, we will consider and pray through a Psalm each week to see how it forms us. This week, we consider a Psalm of Lament: Psalm 13. Why would we pray these prayers of suffering and grief? And how do they form us and grow us up?
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