“Unto Thee will I cry, O LORD my Rock; be not silent to me: lest, if Thou be silent to me, I become like them that go down into the pit.” Psalm28:1 (KJV)
The Psalmist David is praying again. It is important to pray. It is important to whom you pray even more. David prayed to the One he calls “My Rock”. Who is this Rock? He is the One who followed the Israelites through the wilderness of the Exodus.
The apostle Paul says, “And that Rock was Christ” (1 Corinthians 10:4).
Have you; as a Christian; ever felt as though He was being silent to you? That silence is a motivation to be fervent, to be earnest, to be patient, and bold in your praying. This is something I must remember.
It does seem when you begin to feel as though He is silent to you that also feel like one whom God will not hear; like those who “Go down to the pit”. They are those who do not know God; those who have chosen to reject His free gift of grace, and refuse to receive His daily mercies.
You can go to the Rock, and He will hear you. That Rock is Jesus Christ Son of the Living God, and God of the living.