David makes it clear he doesn’t need manmade strategies to secure the throne over all of Israel…he’ll trust GOD to establish him.
War breaks out between two houses of Israel as David is anointed king of Judah . . . and Saul’s remaining son is made king over the rest of Israel.
So excited to begin Second Samuel this week—and keep running from where we left off in First Samuel. Israel is without a king . . .
I can’t tell you how blessed I’ve been going through this book in this way. We’ve come to the last chapter! But this is not the end. Next up: Second Samuel. Let’s keep studying . . . and clinging!
David marches to battle with the Philistines against his own people Israel . . . and God shows how faithful He is to order our steps!
Sometimes it may seem that God isn’t faithful in a particular situation. But here are 4 things you need to remember in order to keep the faith about the faithfulness of God.