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David’s Cover-up

King David’s story is inspiring, rich, and detailed. Chosen by God to be the King of Israel when still a lad, pursued by King Saul, lived in caves and in the wilderness with his band of not-so-merry men, rose to the throne after Saul’s death, subdued his enemies, raised his successor, King Solomon, and turned over a peaceful kingdom to his son. 844 more words

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David—A Man After God's Own Heart

Depicted as a valorous warrior of great renown, and a poet and musician credited for composing many of the psalms contained in the Book of Psalms… 190 more words


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The biblical story of David and Bathsheba (II Samuel 11-12) is one of the more well-known stories in the Bible. In the story, King David desires the wife of Uriah, one of the officers in his army, arranges to have Uriah put sent on a suicide mission, then takes his wife. 427 more words

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If Only

As an adolescent David defeated the giant Goliath. As a man he practiced repentance on an ongoing basis. As king he learned the hard way that… 725 more words


When words just aren't enough.

Recently, we had a family in our church who lost a child unexpectedly. Like, he was good the day before, gone the next morning. It’s a terrible tragedy for this family. 598 more words

Checking Out the Library

It’s been a few weeks since I had any library books to check out. In June, I have a book from Netgalley about Delilah that I have to read and review. 93 more words


What The Bible Doesn't Say About Bathsheba

Somethings, it seems, never change. In our culture when a woman is raped, the go-to thoughts tend to be, “What did she do wrong? Was she in a skeevy bar? 267 more words