The Heart of David and the Character of God

1 and 2 Samuel

We watch the relationship between Saul and David unfolds in this passage, noting two major differences between them and the results that ensue. Saul listened to the people while David listens to the Lord. We draw a distinction between stewarding our lives as an extension of our own hand and heart rather than as an extension of the Lord?s. Intertwined in these chapters and their corresponding Psalms, we understand more of the character of God from David?s perspective.

Cynthia CulverMar 22, 2006
1 Samuel 23 - 30

In This Series (13)
David's Sin (Motivation and Impact) and David's Strength
Cynthia CulverMay 18, 2006
David: An Example to Follow
Jennifer LewisMay 11, 2006
Relationships: Family, Friends, and Foes
Cynthia CulverMay 4, 2006
A Great Fall and Great Forgiveness
Jennifer LewisApr 27, 2006
God's Word, Purpose and Desire for Us
Cynthia CulverApr 20, 2006
David's Rise and Righteous Responses
Jennifer LewisApr 13, 2006
Saul's Sad Story
Jennifer LewisMar 29, 2006
The Heart of David and the Character of God
Cynthia CulverMar 22, 2006
Davids Faith, Fight, Foe, Flight and Friend for Life
Jennifer LewisMar 15, 2006
Samuel's Message, Saul's Mistakes
Cynthia CulverMar 9, 2006
The Israelites' Request and God's Response
Jennifer LewisMar 2, 2006
Intimacy with the Lord
Cynthia CulverFeb 23, 2006
Context, Characters, Consequences and Choices
Jennifer LewisFeb 16, 2006