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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
Publication Date: 2009
|Availability: In Stock|
Series: Men of Integrity Bible Study
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David: A Passionate Life Before God.
This study is created specifically for men, can be used for personal or group use, and is full of thought-provoking questions.
In 1976, presidential campaign spending in the United States for candidates and political parties was $160 million (source: citizen.org). In 2004, it was $1.2 billion (source: citizen.org). In his song I Can Explain Everything, producer and songwriter T Bone Burnett questions how anyone can spend so much money every four years for a job that pays considerably less.
Contrast modern leadership with the Old Testament story of David a boy who by faith, courage, and divine appointment was thrust into the kingship of Israel. He was king, warrior, psalmist, prophet, and one who foreshadowed the coming of Christ. And he was flawed. But the Book of Acts describes David as a man after [God s] own heart (Acts 13:22). This guide will discuss how David lived a passionate life of trusting, seeking, and worshiping God.
Table of Contents
1 Samuel 17; 2 Samuel 6; 11:1 12:14; Psalm 51
A Man's World: Discussion Starters
--What would it look like to be a person after God s own heart ?
--In what ways does David s life point us to Christ?
A Man's Word
--Teaching point one: A life lived before God includes passionate trust.
--Teaching point two: A life lived before God involves passionate seeking.
--Teaching point three: A life lived before God involves passionate worship.
A Man's Work: Action Point
--Write a psalm to God this week. Express your passionate heart toward God. Give thanks to God in order to combat discontentment. Not a confident writer? Take one of David s psalms and substitute your words.
Approximate time to complete: up to 45-60 minutes
You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies for use in your local church.