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“KEEP YOUR ENEMIES CLOSER”

  DISCUSSION                          Batman had the Joker, Superman had Lex Luthor and Peter Pan had Captain Hook.  In every situation, this person would be a thorn in the side of the hero.  David was no different; he also had his own nemesis.  One might think it was Goliath, but that was too easy for David to defeat because he was always the bad guy.  Then one might think it was Saul, who constantly sought David’s life, but that too…

“ANSWER ME”

                                                                Psalm 86 is known as A Prayer of David.  Within the first ten words of this psalm, we read words written by David that express a sentiment often felt by many of us.  David writes, “Incline your ear, O Lord, and answer me, for I am poor and needy.”   When you read that line, you can almost envision David stomping his foot and yelling “ANSWER ME!”   Don’t many of us feel that way…

“SAVE ME, O GOD!”

  DISCUSSION                                                  I have a confession to make.   I am not a very good swimmer, although the thought of being in a pool on a hot summer day is relaxing and refreshing.  The thought of being dropped off in the middle of the river terrifies me.  One of the reasons that swimming is not my “thing”, is that I panic! The moment the waters begin to rise above my neck and my feet are…

“TRUSTING IN GOD FOR SUCCESS”

  DISCUSSION                 During David’s rule the Israelites faced many different enemies.  In almost every battle the Israelites were out manned and out resourced, yet they continued to succeed.  In Psalm 20 David writes a song that offers an explanation on how they continued to thrive in battle against their enemies.  “Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the LORD our God.  They collapse and fall, but we rise and stand upright.”…