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 defeat David. With all of Israel at his command, however, David destroyed them. Alistair Begg explains how the battle against David’s kingship, although historical, also points us to the eternal consequences of rejecting a far greater King. Before He comes in judgment, Jesus patiently bids us to come to Him now in faith, to lay down our arms, and to find refuge in His saving kindness.
Topics: Biblical Figures, Christ as King, Judgment, Salvation, Warnings
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