Jan 1, 2019 |
The first four chapters of 2 Samuel demonstrate the “already/not yet” of the Davidic kingdom, similar to how we today wait for God to establish His kingdom fully. Numerous characters work at building personal kingdoms instead of the kingdom of God, taking matters into their own human hands.
Jen Wilkin | Mar 9, 2019
For 11 weeks, you have had the rich blessing of studying the book of 2 Samuel. Take some time to ...
Elizabeth Woodson | Mar 2, 2019
Chapters 21–24 form the epilogue (or conclusion) for both 1 and 2 Samuel. It reminds the reader t...
Jen Wilkin | Feb 26, 2019
Chapters 19 and 20 show that sometimes a victory can feel like a loss. Absalom, the son who betra...