Do as You Have Spoken
David’s prayers were fueled by the Lord’s promises. Confident that God would do all that He said He would, David courageously prayed for God’s people, word, and blessing. Alistair Begg explains how God’s purpose to redeem a people for Himself and establish an everlasting kingdom would ultimately be fulfilled through David’s descendant, Jesus, and the missionary work of His church. Like David, we can hold tight to God’s promises even when they don’t seem to align with our experiences.
Topics: Biblical Figures, Faithfulness of God, God’s Word, Kingdom of God, Prayer, Promises of God
He Was Taken Up To Heaven
Till All His Foes Submit—Part One
After the Ammonite king’s death, David sent servants to offer condolences to the king’s son and successor. His kindness was ...
Till All His Foes Submit—Part Two
Although the Syrians and Ammonites fled from battle before Joab and his mighty host, the Syrian army gathered again to ...