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2 Samuel 23

Nicole Chiniaeff

Vs 1-4

Now these are the last words of David.

 

David, the son of Jesse, speaks -

David, the man who was raised up on high,

David, the man anointed of the God of Jacob,

David, the sweet psalmist of Israel:

 

As David’s life is coming to an end, he reflects on his days and the legacy he will leave.  He is confident that despite his humble beginnings (as “the son of Jesse” the farmer), he has lived an extraordinary and blessed life. Yes, he made mistakes (big mistakes sometimes) but he always repented, and sought forgiveness from God. Because David realized God was his complete and total source, he became Israel's greatest king, and the most prominent ancestor of Jesus Christ our Savior.

Vs 5

Although my house be not so with God; yet he hath made with me an everlasting covenant, ordered in all things, and sure: for this is all my salvation, and all my desire, although he make it not to grow.

 

 

Although my life has not been perfect in the eyes of God, He is good and merciful to forgive me, and make a Covenant with me.  God has prepared and ordered my life and future- and surely I can depend on His faithfulness. God is my Salvation!

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