David Anointed and Opposed — Part Two

Evening Service
Nov 1, 2020

Second Samuel 2 provides an example of how the political endeavors of our world will inevitably disappoint us. When David’s nephew Asahel fell into conflict with Abner, the commander of Saul’s army, it became clear that Israel would only be united when they came under their true king. Likewise, Alistair Begg reminds us that the unity and peace our world longs for will be found not in a political system but under the kingly reign of Jesus Christ.

Topics: Christ as King, Christian Living, Christian Thinking, God’s Will, Government, Kingdom of God

2 Samuel 2:12-32


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