1 Samuel 17
“David used simple, humble weapons: a sling and five stones (See 1 Cor 1:27-28 & 2 Cor 10:3-5). David knew how Gideon was given victory with weak weapons, and he knew that Gideon’s God was not dead. Neither his brothers’ criticism nor Saul’s unbelief kept David from trusting God for victory. The stone hit its mark; the giant fell down, and David used the giant’s own sword to cut of his head! This one victory opened the way for Israel to attack the Philistines and spoil their camp.‘ and this is the victory that has overcome the world—–our faith’ (1 John 5:4), We are ‘more than conquerors!’”
– Warren Wiersbe, “Wiersbe’s Expository outlines on The Old Testament”
The Life of David – Kingdom Come: God is alive and active in your life, but do you see it? God wants to use you in mighty ways for His Kingdom, but do you see it? Join us this summer as we walk through the life of David—a story that captures and communicates the vision of the kingdom of God. This is a Kingdom that is here and now, active in our lives, families, workplaces, community, and church. Let’s set our eyes back to God’s Kingdom vision, on earth as it is in Heaven.