February 5, 1997
When we awake in the morning, pressures, concerns, and duties often crowd our minds—yet God still calls us to approach Him before attending to worldly concerns. In this sermon, Alistair Begg turns to the example of David for practical insights on morning prayer. Because our sin deserves wrath, Scripture teaches, we must come to God humbly. When we do, by His mercy and with Jesus as our mediator, we can enter His presence and expect help for the day ahead.