Monthly Archives: April 2017

2 Samuel 15

2 Samuel 15 April 28, 201 Seriousness of Sin David’s story is found nestled among the history of the nation of Israel. He was no doubt one of God’s choice servants. After all, there are many chapters written about his … Continue reading

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2 Samuel 14

2 Samuel 14 April 27, 2017 Leading from the Second Chair John Maxwell defines leadership as influence. Henry Blackaby defines Christian leadership as “moving people onto God’s agenda.” Both definitions have merit. Both David and Joab were considered to be … Continue reading

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2 Samuel 13

2 Samuel 13 April 26, 2017 The Seeds of Evil The germination time for the seeds of evil planted  by David into his own household through his adultery, was much too short according to man’s standard but right on time … Continue reading

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2 Samuel 12

2 Samuel 12 April 25, 2017 Sin, Consequences, and War The words of this chapter that were most striking to me in this reading were these,”… and if that had been too little, I would have added to you many … Continue reading

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2 Samuel 11

2 Samuel 11 April 24, 2017 David and Evil David appeared to be a great man by many standards. By the standard of macho men, David stood tall. He conquered  giants, killed  lions, and ascended to the throne. As a … Continue reading

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2 Samuel 10

2 Samuel 10, April 21, 2017 Fearless Joab, the primary commander of David’s army, appears to have been fearless in the face of battle. He was a fighting man  who lived by the sword. He as was also a man … Continue reading

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2 Samuel 9

2 Samuel 9 April 20, 2017 A Sensitive Side Reading 2 Samuel is like riding a roller coaster. In one chapter David is killing thousands and in the next he is searching out someone to shower with kindness. To many, … Continue reading

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