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For all of David's great successes, he suffered as many tragic and moral failures. Why, then, would God describe him as a man after his own heart? Throughout the great king's story, God cherishes most the man's loyal and sincere heart for him—even when repenting of profound sin. The pattern modeled in David's life is one familiar to all of us as negotiate through our own stories—in the midst of failing, we too can remain faithful lovers of God.
In David: Favored Friend of God biblical scholar Stephen J. Lennox immerses us in the great king's ancient world, connecting timeless spiritual truths with real life. Using the life of David as an example of an unconditional heart after God, Lennox reveals how, through all of life's twists and turns, we can become God's dearly favored friend. The reflections offered will help readers connect the truth of Scripture with modern life, discipleship, and ministry.
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Wesleyan Publishing House
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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