PULLED FROM THE PIT- Tonight at Crossfire, Brother Adam DeNoon encourages us from the Book of Psalms. Psalm Chapter 30 verse one, preaching on a song written by David about the dedication of his house. This was written to show us how the Lord works. David gives praise for the favor he receives from the Lord; he says, while my weeping may endure for a night, joy comes in the morning. This Psalm shows us David, before, during and after the trial. Brother DeNoon says we all can find ourselves in one of these three places. Because of Calvary, this is Christ's Glorious reputation; we extol Him, because He died for us. God is not interested in our defeat. It is not His will for our foes to rejoice over our failures. O Lord we cry unto you, and you have healed and restored us. He has brought our souls up from the grave, and has kept us alive, to not go down to the pit. When something just doesn’t seem right, we must know He is keeping us alive, even in our rebellion and unbelief. There is someone with us on the inside. No matter how dark it gets, and how far down we’ve fallen, His hand can come to where we are. He pulls plenty of people from the pit; so sing unto the Lord, and give thanks at the remembrance of His holiness.