David was the penman of most of the psalms, but some evidently were composed by other writers, but all were written by the inspiration of the Holy Ghost; and every psalm either points directly to Christ, in his person, his character, and offices; or may lead the believer's thoughts to Him. And the psalms are the language of the believer's heart, whether mourning for sin, thirsting after God, or rejoicing in Him. Whether burdened with affliction, struggling with temptation, or triumphing in the hope or enjoyment of deliverance; whether admiring the Divine perfections, thanking God for his mercies, mediating on his truths, or delighting in his service; they form a Divinely appointed standard of experience, by which we may judge ourselves. Their value is very great, and the use of them will increase with the growth of the power of belief in the heart. True expressions, the Spirit helps us to pray. With true belief and we make the Lord our choice it allows us no matter whatever we ask at the throne of grace, by way of confession, petition, or thanksgiving, we may be assisted by his amazing Grace. Whatever devout affection is working in us, holy desire or hope, sorrow or joy, we may here find help in sound speech which cannot be condemned. In God the prayers and praises of the true believer have been offered up to the throne of grace from age to age
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