In 2 Samuel 23:1-7 David refers to himself as “the sweet Psalmist of Israel.”
I always recommend reading Psalms often enough to make sure you have a dozen or so of your own favorites that reflect your own connection with God.
Sweet could easily be translated “singing sweet things.” Here are a few sweet Psalms reflective of David’s relationship with God. Check them out!
The big picture on the two roads of life.
Who is the Son and how are we to respond to Him?
What did David believe about everlasting life?
How does God feel about His children?
What does this Psalm teach about God “holding” our hand?
These chapters from 1 Samuel are from the days of King David’s strength. They are filled hope – and many amazing Psalms born out of great reliance upon God in David’s everyday challenges. They provide a backdrop for the genesis of these timeless songs of praise and wrestling with life circumstances.