While Harbor is scattered, we’re challenging the church to read the same passage of Scripture every day to stay encouraged and connected. Here are daily boosts of encouragement based on those passages. Get the Daily Boost in your inbox HERE
We do not need to avenge ourselves. We don’t need to take wrongs done to us into our own hands. David had many opportunities to kill Saul, but he did not.
Some people do not invite Jesus to rule over anything. Others invite Jesus to reign over a small area of their lives, maybe just on Sunday mornings or some of their kids activities. And others give Jesus reign over everything that He has authority over, which is everything…
Certainly God can drop blessings right into our lap, but more often not, we see his blessing through desiring to know his will and being in an intimate relationship with him and the Word of God which guides our decisions and directions in life.
As we see in today’s chapter, would you write such respectful words and grieve over a person who didn’t like you or even wanted to kill you?
Saul and Jesus died a thousand years apart on two different mountains…
David was in serious trouble again, but this time it was with his own men.
How often do you find yourself going through your day without seeking God? Worrying about the future as if you alone can influence it? We see from today’s text that God will do what he needs to do to remind you who’s really in charge.
A little story in 1 Samuel 28 shows exactly why mediums, witches, potions are all powerless and ineffective solutions to dealing with the things we face in the world.
What we say or think to ourselves has tremendous power to shape our thinking, our actions, or even the rest of our lives.
For the second time we see Saul at the mercy of David, unwittingly giving David the opportunity to take matters into his own hands and end Saul’s pursuit of him permanently. This is a test from God, if you will…