His Craft and Power Are Great
King Saul had rejected God’s word, choosing instead to believe the devil’s lies and act in accord with the spirit of the antichrist. In his paranoid state, he accused his men of disloyalty, then ordered Ahimelech and his fellow priests to be murdered. Meanwhile, David and his small company were protected as they hid among Saul’s enemies and moved as the Spirit directed. As Alistair Begg points out, God alone kept David safe from harm—a protection that is also ours when we run to Jesus for spiritual refuge.
A Dreadful Moment
David’s triumphant procession to return the ark of God to Jerusalem halted suddenly when Uzzah was struck down for touching ...
Before the Lord
After a three-month stopover at the house of Obed-edom, the ark of God finally arrived in Jerusalem. This momentous national ...
Behold Your God — Part One
In the midst of a national dilemma or a personal trial, Isaiah’s cry to God’s people still rings true today ...