Saved from Himself

Morning Service
Aug 30, 2020

David’s deceptive activity among the Philistines created a dilemma when he was conscripted to join the army assembled against Israel. But God did not abandon him to his sin. As Alistair Begg explains, David’s unforeseen deliverance by way of the Philistine commanders reveals the depths of God’s mercy and the mystery of His purposes. While David had been saved many times before, he ultimately needed to be saved from himself—and so do we. 
Topics: Biblical Figures, Effects of Sin, Sin, Sovereignty of God 

1 Samuel 29:1-11

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