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Dr. Jim Mann - 08/20/2023

Lost and Found

The reality of sin, the fall, the schemes of Satan, accidents, sickness, failure, can catch us off guard…can knock us down. It can rob us of our joy. As David sat weeping in the ashes of Ziklag with his men plotting to kill him, it seemed as if his prophecy of becoming king would vanish. But David didn’t let tragedy or failure define him…failure and tragedy are events – not an identity.David knew who he was and where he was going. He turned to the Father, and with God’s help, recovered all. Mourning had turned into dancing. And within months, David would be on the throne.

Scripture References: 1 Samuel 30:1-8, 1 Samuel 30:17-20

From Series: "David: After God's Heart"

David was Israel’s greatest King. He rose from obscurity to Israel’s throne and he took the small nation out of obscurity and into its greatest season. He was a warrior, a worshiper, a father, a friend, a sinner, and a king. Join us as we study David’s life, his leadership, and his mistakes and see why God describes him as “a man after my own heart.”

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