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The Madness of King David
Have you ever been in a situation that looked so desperate, so bizarre that you wondered how God could possibly be watching over you, and yet let all this happen? This is the background to King David's Psalm 34. Fleeing from Saul who was trying to kill him, David was forced to flee to his sworn enemies the Philistines, who would've loved to have killed him themselves. In their presence, he feigned madness to save his life. It was an act of desperation. It was in times like those that David was tempted to give up on having hope in God. Have you ever been there? Though David lived 3000 years ago, he has some timely advice for you. Tune in and take notes! Your host: Rev. Rick Anderson, on "Jewish Roots", each Thursday 9:30-10:30 pm EST. Listen LIVE through Twitter, LinkedIn, GooglePlus and facebook/com/fougcrew. To call with a question or comment: 347-324-5759. To access our website for archived (past) shows ...
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The Wisdom of King David: Learning From Past Mistakes
Past mistakes can be an enormous asset IF you treat them as David did. He saw them as things he could use for his future benefit and blessing. In many ways, this was a man of enormous contradictions: from the sublime to the degrading, from spiritual to sinful, he lived through it all and did it all. Not at all a "holier-than-thou" self-righteous saint, his checkered life only adds to his credibility. What can we learn from him about using past mistakes for present benefits? The Jewish term for this is "doing teshuva": Tune in and take notes! Your host: Rev. Rick Anderson, this Thursday at 9:30-10:30 pm, EDT. Listen LIVE at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/fougcrew, or through Twitter, Linkedin, Googleplus, and Facebook.com/fougcrew. To call with a question or comment: 347-324-5759. To access Rev. Anderson's website: http://www.scripturesdramatized.com
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Chapter 22 is a song of praise written by King David.
2 Samuel 22:1-7New Living Translation (NLT)
David’s Song of Praise
22 David sang this song to the Lord on the day the Lord rescued him from all his enemies and from Saul. 2 He sang:
“The Lord is my rock, my fortress, and my savior;
3 my God is my rock, in whom I find protection.
He is my shield, the power that saves me,
and my place of safety.
He is my refuge, my savior,
the one who saves me from violence.
4 I called on the Lord, who is worthy of praise,
and he saved me from my enemies.
5 “The waves of death overwhelmed me;
floods of destruction swept over me.
6 The grave[a] wrapped its ropes around me;
death laid a trap in my path.
7 But in my distress I cried out to the Lord;
yes, I cried to my God for help.
He heard me from his sanctuary;
my cry reached his ears.
The host Dr. P. Missick will continue to reveal on this second show methological thinking that will be continual in upliftiing your spirit, encouraging you and motivating you into doing more positive things and into thinking more effectively. Once again, we will follow along with the poet, song writer and prayer warrior King David to understand "what it takes to be outstandingly successful."Presupposed emails will be read questioning and noting the steadfastness of successful people. We will look at the attitude of: (a) not enough, (b) need more, and (c) effectual multiple intelligent thinking.
As King David is nearing death, one of his sons imposes himself to be the next king, but David is sure that Solomon is meant to be king, even though he is not next in line among the king's sons. As we've seen many times in the Bible, God does not always choose who we think. Anyone can be exalted by God at any time, and it seems that he best uses the most unlikely people to do great things.