Gilbert House Fellowship #351: Psalms 7,  27, 31, 34, 52, 56, 120, 140–142

WE GET insight into the mind of David this week as we read a collection of psalms probably written while he was hiding from Saul.

We discuss similarities in the words of David and Job. Although their circumstances were different—David being persecuted by a man while Job was being tested by “the satan”—their hope in God in the midst of their trials is very much alike.


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2 Comments

  1. I just wanna know: Did King Saul ever fully meet his promises to David for killing Goliath? The list was pretty long as related by the reluctant soldiers who told David about what the king would give “whoever killed Goliath” so might some of that list have been an exaggeration as told David, or was Saul so embarrassed by (and jealous of) a “young kid” having been the one to do it such that he failed to live up to some of that list (as well as fuel Saul’s desires to kill David)?

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