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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!
When David is run out of Jerusalem on account of Absalom’s treasonous rise to power, the ousted king is met by some unsavory characters. This week on No Falling Word, we’ll discover how God, in his creative sovereignty, uses David’s enemies to provide him with basic necessities and remind him of important truths.
From Genesis’ serpent to Revelation’s dragon, the Bible is full of vivid descriptions of Satan’s work in this world. This week on No Falling Word, we’ll discover that David is a type of Christ, Absalom is the first antichrist, and the conflict between the two is a foreshadowing of Jesus’ walk to Calvary.
On this week’s broadcast of No Falling Word, we’ll find David, torn between his roles as king of God’s people and father of a wayward son. The saga of Israel’s royal family becomes increasingly twisted in the account from 2nd Samuel 14. Tune in to learn how God is both just and the justifier of sinners.
God is not in the habit of 'airbrushing' the great characters of the Bible. This is true all the way up to David, his sons, and his subjects. On No Falling Word, Liam Goligher tracks the evildoers and the schemers in David's court - drawing from them four lessons for the faithful.
The story of David's family at war, with all the heinous acts, mirrors the stuff of society today. These circumstances are relevant to us. On No Falling Word, Liam Goligher points out that while resolution and justice may not be part of the story on earth, resolution will come when the Redeemer comes!
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.