These are examples of the exploits of the Three. (Mostly true… sorta)
Why did it take an untrained boy who was unfamiliar with the situation and untrained in the methods of conventional warfare to destroy Goliath?
“Yes, I will drive you out of office,” says the Lord. “I will pull you down from your high position. And then I will call my servant Eliakim son of Hilkiah to replace you.” (Isaiah 22:19-20) So I died to the law—I stopped trying to meet all its requirements—so that I might live for God. My…
David was furious. “As surely as the Lord lives,” he vowed, “any man who would do such a thing deserves to die!” Then Nathan said to David, “You are that man!” (2 Samuel 12:5,7) Read: 2 Samuel 12:1-31, John 16:1-33, Psalm 119:65-80, Proverbs 16:4-5 Relate: When I think about David’s response to Nathan’s story all I can think is, “What…
God has something great He wants to do in us. There are a thousand and one excuses we have for why it can never happen but the only excuse that holds any water is that we won’t let Him.
I am so grateful that God gives us second chances. (and third, and fourth, and…)
David certainly overreacted to the story he had just been told, but he was never expecting the next four words he would hear.
Before you can even begin the veggie challenge, something else needs to happen…
Solomon’s Temple served as a focus point in three ways. It was a place where God’s presence came down. It was a place where our praises went up. It was also the place where God’s promise was made. (pt1)
What does it really take to be a man?