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My Story… Their Story… Your Story 10/28/2018
Romans 3: 24 -25 They receive God’s approval freely by an act of his kindness through the price Christ Jesus paid to set us free from sin. God showed that Christ is the throne of mercy where God’s approval is given through faith in Christ’s blood. In his patience God waited to deal with sins committed in the past.
• 1 Samuel 20: 41 When the boy had left, David came out from the south side of the rock and quickly bowed down three times with his face touching the ground. Then they kissed each other and cried together, but David cried the loudest.
1 Samuel 23: 9 -13 When David learned that Saul was planning to harm him, he told the priest Abiathar, “Bring the ephod. ” Then David said, “LORD God of Israel, I have actually heard that Saul is going to come to Keilah and destroy the city on account of me. Will the citizens of Keilah hand me over to him? Will Saul come here as I have heard? LORD God of Israel, please tell me. ” “He will come, ” the LORD answered. “Will the citizens of Keilah hand me and my men over to Saul? ” David asked. “They will hand you over, ” the LORD answered. So David and his men, about six hundred in all, left Keilah. They went wherever they could go. Then Saul was told, “David has escaped from Keilah!” So he gave up the campaign.
1 Samuel 23: 15 -20 David was afraid because Saul had come to kill him at Horesh in the desert of Ziph. Saul’s son Jonathan came to David at Horesh. He strengthened David’s faith in the LORD. “Don’t be afraid, ” he told David, “my father Saul won’t find you. You will rule Israel, and I will be your second-in-command. Even my father Saul knows this. ” Both of them made a pledge in the LORD’s presence. David stayed in Horesh, and Jonathan went home. Then the men of Ziph went to Saul in Gibeah. They said, “David is hiding with us in fortified camps at Horesh on the hills of Hachilah, south of Jeshimon. Come, Your Majesty, whenever you want. We will hand him over to you. ”
2 Corinthians 1: 3 -8 Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God.