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FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH, Sun, 6/9/2013

Sunday, June 09, 2013

FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH, Sun, 6/9/2013

David: A Man, After God’s Own Heart

2 Samuel 15:13-23
CLOSER THAN A BROTHER, Lesson 11a

The effects of David’s sin with Bathsheba are in full bloom. David has seen his family demolished; innocent lives devastated and precious people destroyed. All because of the choices he made. He is at the lowest point of his life! His own son, Absalom, has risen up in rebellion against David and has driven him from his palace and from the city of Jerusalem. This passage finds David on the run for his life from his own son.

At this point in time David does not need a lecture on being a better father. He does not need a seminar of how to govern a kingdom. He does not need someone coming along to tell him what a failure he is. He knows that well enough by now. What David needs is a friend!

2 Samuel 15-19 talks about some friends that walked into David’s life at just the moment he needed them. You see, the Bible says, “A man that hath friends must shew himself friendly: and there is a friend that sticketh closer than a brother,” (Proverbs 18:24). In the verses we will study today we will see this passage come to life. In the friends who came to David’s aid in his time of need, we can see what real friends ought to be and we can see a picture of the ultimate Friend, the Lord Jesus Christ. I want to take our time today and teach on the thought “Closer Than A Brother”. Allow me to point out the kinds of friends David had in his life.

DAVID HAD HEARTFELT FRIENDS

2 Sam. 15:18-22 – Ittai the Gittite
It seems that this Ittai is the commander of a group of 600 men that came to Israel from Gath to follow David, (v. 18). Gath, as you may know, is in the land of the Philistines. It was also the home of Goliath. You might also remember that David spend some time living in Philistia when he was on the run from King Saul, (1 Sam. 27-30). Apparently, David made an impression on Ittai and the rest of these men. Now that David is on the run again, Ittai expresses his desire to be with David.

Ittai is a person who has been in the background. This is the first time his name is mentioned. But, when the chips were down in David’s life, Ittai steps up and demonstrates the depths of his life for the exiled king. In fact, he pledges his absolute allegiance to David, even if it means death for Ittai, (v. 21). That is a true friend!

Once, a British newspaper ran a contest asking for the definition of friend. The winning entry was this thought: “A friend is the first person who comes in when the whole world goes out.” That is what Ittai did for David!

As we go through this life, there are few people that will fit into that category for you and for me. But, thank God for our true friends. Thank God for the people who love us when we are on top and when we hit the bottom. If you have a friend like Ittai, then you are a wealthy person!

Sadly, many people will be your friend when all is well in your life and when they can benefit from being around you. A real friend loves you when you have absolutely nothing left to give!

Jackie Robinson was the first black to play major league baseball. Breaking baseball's color barrier, he faced jeering crowds in every stadium. While playing one day in his home stadium in Brooklyn, he committed an error. The fans began to ridicule him. He stood at second base, humiliated, while the fans jeered. Then, shortstop Pee Wee Reese came over and stood next to him. He put his arm around Jackie Robinson and faced the crowd. The fans grew quiet. Robinson later said that arm around his shoulder saved his career.

I can’t think of many friends like Ittai in my life, but I am glad that I have a Friend Who sticks closer than brother. One Who said He would never walk out on me, (Heb. 13:5). One who tells me He loves me regardless of my current condition, (Jer. 31:3). I have a Friend who cares for me when I am up and runs to my side when I am down. Jesus is a true Friend!

TODAY’S VERSE!
Mark 13:31 (New King James Version (NKJV)
31 Heaven and earth will pass away, but My words will by no means pass away.

TODAY’S HYMN!
“No Not One” By: Johnson Oatman, Jr. (18995)

There’s not a friend like the lowly Jesus,
No, not one! No, not one!
None else could heal all our soul’s diseases,
No, not one! No, not one!

Refrain
Jesus knows all about our struggles,
He will guide till the day is done;
There’s not a friend like the lowly Jesus,
No, not one! No, not one!

No friend like Him is so high and holy,
No, not one! No, not one!
And yet no friend is so meek and lowly,
No, not one! No, not one!
Refrain

There’s not an hour that He is not near us,
No, not one! No, not one!
No night so dark but His love can cheer us,
No, not one! No, not one!
Refrain

Did ever saint find this Friend forsake him?
No, not one! No, not one!
Or sinner find that He would not take him?
No, not one! No, not one!
Refrain

Was ever a gift like the Savior given?
No, not one! No, not one!
Will He refuse us a home in Heaven?
No, not one! No, not one!
Refrain

TODAY’S PRAYER!
Father of all creation, God of Heaven and Earth and everything therein!
Turn our “merely” to “hallelujahs” as our eyes behold and our ears hear the beauty and sounds of Your creation all around us; as Your word reveals Your truths and grace to us about Jesus, His love and compassion for all that He created. Thank You for sending Him to us; He who made it possible for us to become Your children. Thank You for making Jesus our best Friend, even among the many titles He wears. Guide us through the Holy Spirit to grasp the Divine nature of that relationship. Increase our faith in Him and enable us to draw every closer to Him. It’s in His marvelous Friendship that we pray with grateful hearts. Amen!

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ANHELIC 6/9/2013 11:20PM

    Thank you for the great lesson today, hymn and prayer. It's great to have a true friend and have someone to confide in. We must remember also that we a special friend in Jesus who's Spirit will lead us in the right direction. Thank you for the goodie and note. Blessings to you Vic for your teachings.

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NELLIEH1 6/9/2013 8:16PM

    How willing are we/am I to be with King Jesus, even when we must walk with Him through the valley and not be on the mountain top all the time? Ittai the Gittite (a foreigner and exile from his own homeland) had been with David one day only , and yet he chose to follow the king across the Kidron Valley into exile/banishment. (2 Samuel 15:19-22). Such commitment! And our Friend is even more committed to us day by day. What is my response to Him?

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HONOURIA 6/9/2013 6:47PM

    Interesting explanation of Ittai. I have never noticed him! Thank you for the explanation. I love it when I can get the fruits of research like this. I appreciate the work you do!

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AZMOMXTWO 6/9/2013 5:31PM

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CANDOIT54 6/9/2013 11:18AM

    emoticon THANK YOU and I found the hymn on youtube and listen. Thank you Jesus and you, Vic for being my Friend.

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LOOKINGUP2012 6/9/2013 6:59AM

    Thanking God for true friends in my life : )

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SANDRALEET 6/9/2013 6:34AM

    A friend lets God be the judge of you not them Loves you unconditionally

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TODAY'S THOUGHT!

Saturday, June 08, 2013

TODAY’S THOUGHT
6/8
If there is one glimmer of light in this dark, tragic tale of David, it is in the fact that God brought David through it all and restored him to the throne. If God did it for David, He will do it for you! God will never desert you. He will go with you even as you face the consequences of your rebellion against Him. He will give you grace to get you through the pain and that heartache of your sin. And, He will be standing there to receive you when you come to yourself and head for home. DID YOU KNOW? For more details on scriptures, story and lesson, read today’s “FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH” and share it with those you love. Vic.

  
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JUDITH316 6/8/2013 6:55PM

    emoticon Vic for another great Bible Blog and Today's Thought, always appreciated...

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TAILORSMOM 6/8/2013 9:07AM

    thanks for sharing !!

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CARL-ASCHLUGE 6/8/2013 9:02AM

    You're right about God and David. Thanks for the message.

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NELLIEH1 6/8/2013 8:46AM

    Amen! How very precious is our Loving GOD moment by moment in His unconditional love!!!


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    amen....He is a merciful God emoticon

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SANDRALEET 6/8/2013 8:20AM

    The grace and peace of God

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AVANELL 6/8/2013 8:14AM

    God is the God of ANOTHER chance! We are blessed to be a people that can love and worship the One True God who is waiting to hear our confession and forgive our sin! He cleanses us from all unrighteousness when we humble ourselves before Him!

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FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH, Sat, 6/8/2013

Saturday, June 08, 2013

FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH, Sat, 6/8/2013

David: A Man, After God’s Own Heart

2 Samuel 12:9-14
WHEN YOUR CHICKENS COME HOME TO ROOST, Lesson 10c

THE POWER DAVID EXPERIENCED
Even as this time unfolds in David’s life, we can see in his life the evidence of God’s hand at work. Even though David had to face the consequences for his sins, he was still God’s man. And, God was at work in his heart. This is seen in two specific incidents as David fled from Jerusalem during the rebellion of Absalom.

The first incident occurs in (2 Sam. 15:24-26). Here, Abiathar the priest was leaving with David. He and the Levites were taking the Ark from Jerusalem. David sends them back declaring his dependence upon the will of the Lord.

The second occurs in (2 Sam. 16:5-14) when a man named Shimei follows David, cursing him as he does. Abishai, David’s nephew, wants to decapitate Shimei, but again, David places his fate in the hands of the Lord.

From these and other incident, it would seem that David is rediscovering some of the humility that had marked him as a younger man. Yes, David paid a high price, but he also came out of these dark days with a changed heart; restoration and humility. He faced his sin like a man and God gave him grace to make it through the consequences!

If there is one glimmer of light in this dark, tragic tale, it is in the fact that God brought David through it all and restored him to the throne. If God did it for David, He will do it for you! God will never desert you, (Heb. 13:5). He will go with you even as you face the consequences of your rebellion against Him. He will give you grace to get you through the pain and that heartache of your sin, (2 Cor. 12:9). And, He will be standing there to receive you when you come to yourself and head for home, (Luke 15:11-24).

I wish I could tell you that when you got saved you would never fail God again. We all know that it would be a lie if Is did tell you something like that. However, I can promise you this: when you do fail, God will help you through the processes of confession, repentance restoration. He will even keep you through the dreadful consequences sin brings into your life. That is the promise of grace. That is the promise of the heavenly Potter, (Jer. 18:1-6).

Conc: Dr. R.G. Lee, that golden tongued Baptist preacher once said, “In 1520 one man brought small pox to Mexico, where it cost three and one half million deaths. Another man, who landed in England in 1348, was responsible for spreading the Black Death, "Bubonic Plague," the greatest killer Great Britain has ever known. It does not take many bullets from a rifle to kill a man. One bullet can kill. It does not take many deadly diseases to bring death to the human body. One deadly disease can bring death. It does not take the breakage of many bones to cripple the hand. One broken bone can cripple.”

I would add that it does not take much sin to leave an eternal mark on a life, a family, a community or a nation. David learned this harsh lesson. Some of you have learned it as well. Some are in the process of seeing their chickens come home to roost.

While sin always carries a great price tag, it does not have to be as bad as it could be. If there is unconfessed sin in your life, I challenge you to bring it to Jesus, confess it, repent of it, and pray for grace to face the consequences. If you are reaping a bitter harvest today, why not come before the Lord and submit to what He is doing in your life. If things are right between you and the Lord I would encourage you to come before Him to ask for His help in avoiding the horrors of sin. If you see someone skating close to the edge, I invite you to bring them to the Lord and pray that they will be delivered from their sins before they incur a price higher than they want to pay. If you are lost, I invite you to come to Jesus Christ for salvation.

TODAY’S VERSE!
Psalm 104:34 (New King James Version (NKJV)
34 May my meditation be sweet to Him;
I will be glad in the Lord.

TODAY’S HYMN!
“Beautiful” By: B. E. Warren (1911)

1. Beautiful robes so white,
Beautiful land of light,
Beautiful home so bright,
Where there shall come no night;
Beautiful crown I’ll wear,
Shining with stars o’er there,
Yonder in mansions fair,
Gather us there.

Refrain:
Beautiful robes,
Beautiful land,
Beautiful home,
Beautiful band;
Beautiful crown,
Shining so fair;
Beautiful mansion bright,
Gather us there.

2. Beautiful thought to me,
We shall forever be
Thine in eternity,
When from this world we’re free;
Free from its toil and care,
Heavenly joys to share,
Let me cross over there,
This is my prayer.
Refrain:

3. Beautiful things on high,
Over in yonder sky,
Thus I shall leave this shore,
Counting my treasures o’er;
Where we shall never die,
Carry me, by and by,
Never to sorrow more,
Heavenly store.
Refrain:

TODAY’S PRAYER!
Father of all Life, God of Eternity and Heaven!
Help us with all our struggles, especially with doubt and fear. Create a faith in us that we are fully convinced that what You promised, You will provide in Your own time. We know that faith is a gift from You. May our faith grow and glorify You no matter how often it is tested by fire and the world. Thank You that You give faith as a gift to those that ask and seek Jesus. Because of Him we can live a life free of doubt and fear. Enable us to ask and live always by faith. It is in Your faithfulness that we pray and ask these things. Amen!

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ANHELIC 6/8/2013 11:52PM

    Thank you Vic for a great lesson, hymn and prayer. Yes, God is a second chance God. When we sin, we can go to Him, confess and he will forgive us. He knows that we were born in sin. He knows us better than we do ourselves. Thank you for the goodie and note. Blessings for your daily teachings.

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CANDOIT54 6/8/2013 9:08PM

    emoticon Vic. Is there a website where I could actually hear the hymns you post here.


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HONOURIA 6/8/2013 5:14PM

    Amazing how one action can have such cataclysmic effect.

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NELLIEH1 6/8/2013 9:40AM

    In each of the cases you mention, GOD is there immediately to listen, help, guide. We are surrounded by His unconditional love...if only we would each come to Him continually, as you say!

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SANDRALEET 6/8/2013 8:24AM

    If we do not repent we are lost Can not live in sin and be with God Sin takes us away from Gods path

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LOOKINGUP2012 6/8/2013 8:10AM

    May we face our future with David's humility leaving all in God's hand.

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TODAY'S THOUGHT!

Friday, June 07, 2013

6/7
Evangelist Sam Jones used to tell the following story: “While I was preaching in a certain town, there was a boy who would come into the back part of the church and lie down and go to sleep. He was drunk. His father, who was a good Christian man, would take him home. One morning after one of these experiences, the boy came downstairs. The father met him and said, "Hold on, Son. I want you to go to church with me and be a Christian." The son said, "No, Father, I do not want to be a Christian. I am not going to church. Please get out of my way, for I am going to town." The father pleaded tenderly and said, "Son, your mother has slept little for nights. She is almost dying. You are killing us all. Please go and become a Christian like your father has." But the son glared at him and said, "Do you know who the man is who gave me my first drink?" The father answered, "No." Then as he rushed past him and out of the door, he angrily said, "You are the man, sir." The father said that if the boy had shot him through the heart, it could not have hurt more. Yes, we reap what we sow.” DID YOU KNOW? For more details on scriptures, story and lesson, read today’s “FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH” and share it with those you love. Vic.

  
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MNABOY 6/7/2013 9:39PM

    Thanks for the great tool.

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BABY_GIRL69 6/7/2013 3:32PM

    Very deep...

God bless & thank you for sharing!

Dee

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    Our actions can have repercussions for many years it grows like a weed

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FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH, Fri, 6/7/2013

Friday, June 07, 2013

FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH, Fri, 6/7/2013

David: A Man, After God’s Own Heart

2 Samuel 12:9-14
WHEN YOUR CHICKENS COME HOME TO ROOST, Lesson 10b

THE PAIN DAVID ENDURED

When David sinned with Bathsheba and attempted to cover that sin by having Uriah murdered, he unleashed a firestorm of tragedy in his own life and in his family. Things would never be the same in David’s life or home as a result of the things he did.

Let me give you a brief overview of the pain David endured for the moment of pleasure he enjoyed.
David suffered the death of an infant son – (2 Sam. 12:15, 18)
David’s eldest son Amnon raped his half-sister Tamar – (2 Sam. 13:1-2)
David’s son Absalom grew to hate Amnon – (2 Sam. 13:22)
Absalom conspires to have Amnon killed – (2 Sam. 13:23-29)
Absalom flees from his father and the two are estranged for some 5 years. (2 Sam. 13:37-39; 2 Sam. 14:24)
Absalom leads a public rebellion against David – (2 Sam. 15-17)
Absalom publicly disgraces David by committing adultery with David’s concubines on top of the King’s palace – (2 Sam. 16:21-22)
Absalom is murdered by David’s nephew Joab – (2 Sam. 18:32-33)

This is a tragic description of the horrible effects sin can have in our lives! David’s sin affected his family more than it did anyone else. After all the smoke had cleared, he had four dead sons, a kingdom in shambles, disgraced wives, a tarnished reputation, a disgraced daughter, and a trusted counselor dead by suicide, among other things. Even though it was David who sinned, his sin still impacted people who were totally innocent. That infant child and Tamar were both innocent victims of David’s wickedness! But, it also affected David! It tarnished his name, (Psa. 41:8). It caused him constant grief and heartache, (Psa. 55:4).

Have you thought about what could happen in your life? Have you thought what the fallout would be if you fell into sin? Have you considered what might happen and what lives might be ruined if you took that fatal step and went away from the Lord into sin? Are you willing to pay that high a price? You never know who might be destroyed because of an indiscretion in your life! Don’t think for a moment that your sins won’t affect the innocent people around you. Don’t think for a minute that you can do as you please an affect no one else. You are deceiving yourself when you believe that! May the Lord help us all to count the cost and stay close to Him!

Many people are praying a high price for their sins today! Parents who lived in sin during the formative years of their children’s live, but who are now saved, watch their children continue to stay away from the Lord. Some man or woman, who gave into a moment of temptation now bear in their body the horror of a venereal disease. Others have squandered their lives for a time of pleasure and lost their ability to minister. Sin has the power to cripple you and destroy you, if you allow it to get a foothold in your life. Whatever you have to do to be free of your sin is exactly what you need to do! Here is how Jesus put it, (Mark 9:43-48).

Evangelist Sam Jones used to tell the following story: “While I was preaching in a certain town, there was a boy who would come into the back part of the church and lie down and go to sleep. He was drunk. His father, who was a good Christian man, would take him home. One morning after one of these experiences, the boy came downstairs. The father met him and said, "Hold on, Son. I want you to go to church with me and be a Christian." The son said, "No, Father, I do not want to be a Christian. I am not going to church. Please get out of my way, for I am going to town." The father pleaded tenderly and said, "Son, your mother has slept little for nights. She is almost dying. You are killing us all. Please go and become a Christian like your father has." But the son glared at him and said, "Do you know who the man is who gave me my first drink?" The father answered, "No." Then as he rushed past him and out of the door, he angrily said, "You are the man, sir." The father said that if the boy had shot him through the heart, it could not have hurt more. Yes, we reap what we sow.”

TODAY’S VERSE!
John 11:40 (New King James Version (NKJV)
40 Jesus said to her, “Did I not say to you that if you would believe you would see the glory of God?”

TODAY’S HYMN!
“Only A Step” By: Charles H. Gabriel (1891)

Hear the sweet voice of Jesus say
"Come unto me, I am the way;"
Hearken, the loving call obey
Come, for He loves you so

Refrain:
Only a step, only a step
Come, for He bled for you and died
He's the same loving Savior yet
Jesus the crucified

Casting your heavy burden down
Come to the cross, the world may frown
Yet you shall wear a glorious crown
When He makes up His own
Refrain:

Open, for you, the pearly gate
Loved ones for you now watch and wait
Terrible tho't to cry "too late"
"Jesus, I come to Thee."
Refrain:

TODAY’S PRAYER!
Heavenly Father, God of Grace!
We pray today that You will transform our mind in the spiritual manner that will help us to think clearly with understanding. Enable us to reason solidly Your Most High Word. Enable us to secure a steady mind-set on everything we face in life. Transformation of the mind also means transformation of our lives. You see and know all that is in our minds and in our hearts. Show us anything that is not of You or from You. Help us to bring every thought captive in obedience to You, Your Will, and Your Way. Teach us to dwell on things that are true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent and worthy of Your praise and to Your glory. These we pray and ask in the precious name of Jesus, our Redeemer and Savior. Amen!

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NELLIEH1 6/7/2013 3:51PM

    Yes, and in some cases, for some of those children, a whole lifetime. GOD is absolutely faithful; He will complete what He begins in us regardless how long it takes. The horror is that some never hear or know of Him, so they struggle on alone. What are we believers doing...especially when we have been healed by Jesus after dysfunctional beginnings?

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HONOURIA 6/7/2013 12:39PM

    Yup. You are right about it taking half a lifetime to correct an unfortunate childhood.

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SANDRALEET 6/7/2013 7:28AM

    A messed up childhood can take hafe a life time to cure

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