David's Song of Salvation

Morning Service
Jun 19, 2022

Our lives are not a series of haphazard events. Rather, God is sovereign over every detail. In 2 Samuel 22, we read King David’s song of praise to God, which testifies to David’s personal experience of God’s intervention throughout his life. Alistair Begg explains how David’s poetic description of God’s sovereign activity reflects David’s theology—a true understanding of God and His purposes that we, too, need in order to properly understand ourselves and our place in time and history.

TOPICS: Biblical Figures, Character of God, Sovereignty of God

2 Samuel 22:1-20

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