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As David nears the end of his life, he offers God a song of praise, full of mixed emotions. We get a glimpse into his heart in 2 Samuel 22, as he reminisces and repents. Today on No Falling Word, Liam identifies the song’s primary theologically theme: the fact that Israel’s story only has one hero.
In 2nd Samuel chapter 21, we find a unique list of names - a sort of honor roll of those who vowed to protect King David. Modern day Christians no longer have a king to protect, but today on No Falling Word, Liam will challenge us to consider whether we are prepared to stand for the gospel at any cost.
Redemption is as much about justice as it is about mercy. We see this principal throughout Scripture, from the foreshadowing of Old Testament law all the way to the cross. Today on No Falling Word, we’ll find David, stuck between a desire for reconciliation and the need to satisfy God’s wrath.
Today on No Falling Word, we’ll take a look at a troubling story concerning a covenant curse and a painful reconciliation. Through David’s example, we’ll learn that breaches to a covenant cannot simply be swept under the carpet. They must be justified before they can be resolved.
The church is a mixed community, united by a solitary truth. On No Falling Word, we’ll discover how our belonging to a covenant people is a reality more powerful than any divisive scheme. Because whether the church is attacked from within or without, the gates of Hell cannot prevail.
Early in his reign, David was promised two things from God - that his rule would never end, but that it would also always be challenged. This week on No Falling Word, we’ll learn how both promises were - and still are - perfectly and simultaneously kept. Join us for another message from this series, “David, a Type of Christ.”
The fundamental problem of human history has always been the same - it was the same for Adam and Eve in the garden as it was for King David on his return to the palace in Jerusalem. Join us this week on No Falling Word, when Liam Goligher will pose the question, “who will bring back the king?”
What happens when your beloved son is also your political nemesis? Based on David’s reaction to Absalom’s death, we find that mixed emotions are certainly involved! On this week’s broadcast of No Falling Word, we’ll hear the regrets of David’s lifetime, summed up in his simple cry of grief, “my son!”
In a political climate of rebellion and apostasy, Absalom carefully choreographed his rise to power in Israel. But in a swift moment of humiliation, the popular, celebrity leader was found helpless to defend his new throne. This week on No Falling Word, we’ll find out what strange event brought about Absalom’s end.
God often works through ordinary, natural means to accomplish his extraordinary, eternal ends. The accounts of Second Samuel prove that he even uses the counsel of the wicked to fulfill his own purposes. This week on No Falling Word, Dr. Goligher will offer a unique view of history - one that you’ve probably never heard in school!