"My friend let me down. ... There is no justice. ... My boss has it in for me. ... You just can't trust anyone in government anymore." We hear such complaints every day. James Montgomery Boice detects these familiar refrains in the laments of Psalms 52 through 61 in which David expressed anger, resentment, fear, and frustration, especially when he was running from King Saul. After Israel crowned David king, he often felt stressed on the job, pressed by problems, and distressed by the news of the day. In despair, David craved divine intimacy and encouragement. As you read through this book, you discover that David's writings reveal to today's hurting people the peace and security found in God's presence.