The story behind one of the most infamous crimes in history, and committed by one of the most virtuous men in history.
By Mark D, Harris
In the pantheon of world leaders, King David stands at the pinnacle of faithfulness, courage, and honor. Jews, Muslims, and Christians revere David as a warrior, a poet, a prophet, and a man after God’s own heart. God Himself honored King David uniquely among the kings of Israel.
Yet the Bible is clear that David was not a perfect man. In fact, his powerful character was marred by equally powerful iniquities. As recorded in the Bible, 2 Samuel 11, the New American Standard Version:
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Jesus said that the world will hate those we follow Him. He said that Christians are in the world but not of the world. Christians are rebels against the powers of darkness, traitors to Satan, despised by the wicked, and loved by God. What does all that mean?
By Mark D. Harris
Our class had an interesting discussion during Sunday School yesterday. We begin in a large assembly and share announcements and prayer requests. The department includes young and middle aged adults, and one prayer request was a delight; a recently married couple will be having their first child in the spring. Many of the other requests were sad; women with breast cancer, aging and dying parents, and trouble with marriages and children. No one is immune to the disappointments and tragedies of life.
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