Psalm three was a morning prayer. Fittingly, Psalm four is called an evening prayer. Some believe that both psalms concern the time in which David had to flee from Absalom. Once again, David cried out to God, and, as God searched his heart, David felt a sense of being corrected. By the end of this psalm, David again expressed his confidence in the Lord. Peace returned to his soul, and he could sleep. Please open your Bible to Psalm four, and listen as Pastor Ray Viola discusses this Davidic prayer.