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When there is war within a family, it's the worst kind of war. The royal family of Israel was a family at war - complete with lust, incest, murder, and political trickery. On No Falling Word, Liam Goligher wants us to listen to the characters in the story - to hear their voices and learn what we may.
God's Word is able to comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable. On No Falling Word, Liam Goligher tells how God's Word pursued David in his darkest hour, reaching into his very soul. And we'll see a man capable of facing up to the real situation, finding mercy and pardon in the Word of God.
On No Falling Word, we'll hear how David, the caring shepherd, becomes the ravenous wolf, committing adultery and murder - two blood crimes for which David must answer to God. And Dr. Liam Goligher teaches us not to put our hope in mortal men, but in Jesus! For where David fails, Jesus succeeds!
Some people see the way of Christ as too exclusive and restrictive. But the reign of Christ is only too exclusive if He is not true, and only too restrictive if He is not the only way to salvation. On No Falling Word, Liam Goligher teaches us where our souls must find refuge - in what 'seems good to the Lord.'
Mephibosheth is the helpless, disinherited and possible enemy of King David. Yet, the king seeks him and calls him by name! Expecting death and danger, Mephibosheth finds only restoration and protection. On No Falling Word, Liam Goligher explores themes of adoption and renewal as we conclude "Tender Mercies."
A covenant is an agreement made on a promise, a promise based on kindness... better yet, based on steadfast love. On No Falling Word, Liam Goligher lends some insight into one such covenant, between David and Jonathan, that was carried out with "Tender Mercies."
We know David wasn't perfect, yet he ruled with equity and righteousness even as an imperfect man. Liam Goligher shows that in David's day, though in a crude way, the Kingdom of God came down from heaven... just for a moment.
This world of humans is locked into death and darkness. It has been that way for a very long time - enter the real Jesus of Christmas. Liam Goligher proclaims the Light and Life of the world - at the dawn of time, at Christmas, and forevermore
"When the Creation meets the Incarnation, it's as the old hymn says... "'The sons of ignorance and night, May dwell in the eternal Light, Through the eternal Love.'" Liam Goligher allows the Light of the world to shine - from the foundations of the earth to the first Christmas and to this Christmas!"
At surface level, the kingdom of David, with its swords, warhorses, temples, and thrones, appears to have little in common with the Kingdom of God under the rule of Jesus Christ. Liam Goligher details the elements of God's kingdom that are true in every millennium.