One of the beautiful things about the Psalms is that they model for us how we can come to God. Psalm 77 begins with Asaph, one of David’s chief musicians, crying aloud to God in his distress. Asaph’s doubts surface in v.v. 8-9: “Has his steadfast love forever ceased? Are his promises at an end for all time? Has God forgotten to be gracious? Has he in anger shut up his compassion?” Asaph is real and unpolished in his approach. His candor about his doubts is refreshing. Yet, what is just as refreshing is his candor about God’s work in v.16. Here, Asaph recalls the Exodus, which was God’s means to demonstrate his great love and unending commitment to his people as he brought them out of Egyptian slavery. This psalm models to us that in the midst of our doubts about God’s promises, sometimes all we can do in our worship is remember and recall God’s faithfulness to us in the past.