David's Last Words

Morning Service
Aug 7, 2022

Nearing the end of his life, King David wrote his final words as the “sweet psalmist of Israel.” Yet they were not a chronicle of personal achievements; rather, he prophesied concerning God’s promise to one day send a King who would rule humanity in perfect justice and righteousness. As Alistair Begg explains, God’s preservation of David’s kingdom stands as historical testimony to His covenant. Our hope rests in the promise that Jesus is that perfect King, that He will one day return, and that He will rule and reign forevermore.
 
Topics: Biblical Figures, Christ as King, God’s Covenants, Hope, Kingdom of God, Preaching Christ from the Old Testament, Promises of God, Second Coming of Christ

2 Samuel 23:1-7

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