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A Look at 1 Samuel 27

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My simple study of 1 Samuel 27

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  1. Steven Paul, a Christ follower... says:

    King David was such a good man, but he had his sins too…as we all do! Thank the Lord we have His ongoing grace to sustain us when we need it. And we always need it!

    Good study…
    Steven

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    • RG2Cents says:

      So true… and thank you! 🙂

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      • Steven Paul, a Christ follower... says:

        King David, and King Solomon both had so much “history” to read about and learn from!

        They are super examples of men who loved God and devoted themselves to His service, yet had their “weaknesses” when it came to sin…

        Yet God loved and forgave them. There is no love like that of our Father!

        Steven

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