This week we will tackle part 2 of our sermon on Psalm 131:1-3. Out of all 150 psalms in the book, this is one that the Lord has used the most to challenge and calm my soul during my summer sabbatical. Utilizing the picture of a weaned child with his mother, David offers a portrait of the two faces of pride: arrogant ambition and demanding dependence, both of which cut us off from an easy yoke and light burden. This week we will take a look at what it means for us to take the posture of the weaned child in the lap of God. As David discovered and articulated so well, God calls us all to discover the beautiful shift into maturity when we move from demanding from God to delighting in Him. In our weaning, we will find unmatched delight.