The consequences are tragic when David chooses to cling to his sinful desires . . . rather than cling to God.
David remembers his promise to Jonathan….
FYI: I’ll be taking a break with the Cling study this last week of the year.
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and blessed New Year!
I’m excited to share with you this Promises of God Novella, which takes place at Christmas, between books 2 and 3 in the series. (So if you haven’t yet read If I Believe, hold off on reading this novella.)
Here is a brief synopsis:
Faith Langston has made her choice as to whom she loves. But when the love of her life goes home just before Christmas and runs into his first love—he’s faced with choices of his own.
Promises of God Book 3 will be released the first part of next year. But I’m hoping you enjoy this little treat in the meanwhile!
God promised in the last chapter to make David a great name and give him rest from his enemies . . . and God keeps His promises.
David has a plan as to what he will do for God . . . and God shares HIS plan, which will stretch into eternity.
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.