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Saul’s disobedience prompts YHWH to reject him as Israel’s king. Despite the fact that he “looks the part,” Saul’s ineptitude as Israel’s spiritual, political, and military leader is demonstrated through a series of tactical blunders and moral failures. Tasked with … Continue reading
I’ve been studying the life of David lately and I’ve decided to do a series about him entitled, “God’s Own Heart.” For the past few years, I’ve been struck by something as I read the Bible: I have a hard … Continue reading
2 Samuel 7 has been called one of the high points of the OT. As king over Israel, David builds for himself a majestic palace. But after completing it, he makes a sobering realization: “I’ve built this palace for myself … Continue reading
David and Goliath. It’s the classic story, firmly etched in our collective consciousness. The Philistine giant and the young shepherd boy. Brute strength vs. bold faith. The Bible presents Goliath as the Philistine champion. Standing over 9 feet tall, this … Continue reading