The Lord Was with Him
Because the Lord was with him, David was successful and loved by the people—and feared and detested by Saul. Alistair Begg examines David and Jonathan’s unity, Saul’s jealousy, and the Spirit-empowered victory David enjoyed in his endeavors. Fulfilling Israel’s longing for a king who would do battle for his people, David’s example points forward to our greater King, Jesus.
The ripple effects of sin—even forgiven sin—often extend far beyond the original offense. Examining the consequences of David’s transgression with ...
You Are the Man—Part One
Externally, King David’s attempt to cover up Uriah’s murder appeared successful—but the Lord saw it and was displeased. In His ...
You Are the Man—Part Two
The account of David’s repentance in 2 Samuel 12 is complemented by Psalm 51, where the king recognizes that sin ...