2 Samuel 7:1-29

The Lord makes an eternal covenant with David; instead of David building God a house, God will built HIM a house, and establish his regal reign for all time. And the promises made to David were to later be fulfilled through Christ.

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2 Samuel 2:1-3:39

2 Samuel 2:1-3:39
David finally was crowned king of the tribe of Judah, but even though his enemy King Saul was now dead, internal troubles and squabbles continued to... show more
David finally was crowned king of the tribe of Judah, but even though his enemy King Saul was now dead, internal troubles and squabbles continued to plague David. As we walk the Christian life, we may never be free of all trouble until the Lord comes back. show less

2 Samuel 4:1-5:25

2 Samuel 4:1-5:25
David will become king of all of Israel, but it was a troubled time for the nation, and for David personally… and it all was the result of his sin... show more
David will become king of all of Israel, but it was a troubled time for the nation, and for David personally… and it all was the result of his sin with Bathsheba years before. There was a continuing war between the house of Saul and the house of David. show less

2 Samuel 6:1-23

2 Samuel 6:1-23
King David did well in wanting to bring the Ark of the Covenant back to Jerusalem where it belonged. But he did not do it according to the written... show more
King David did well in wanting to bring the Ark of the Covenant back to Jerusalem where it belonged. But he did not do it according to the written instructions in the Word of God, and it cost the life of one of his men. show less

2 Samuel 7:1-29

2 Samuel 7:1-29
The Lord makes an eternal covenant with David; instead of David building God a house, God will built HIM a house, and establish his regal reign for... show more
The Lord makes an eternal covenant with David; instead of David building God a house, God will built HIM a house, and establish his regal reign for all time. And the promises made to David were to later be fulfilled through Christ. show less

2 Samuel 8:1-9:13

2 Samuel 8:1-9:13
David, having become King of Israel, extends the nation's borders with military victories, yet he dealt with the people with justice and equity, and... show more
David, having become King of Israel, extends the nation's borders with military victories, yet he dealt with the people with justice and equity, and showed kindness to poor crippled Mephibosheth, grandson of Saul. show less

Did Christ die for all or only for the elect?

Did Christ die for all or only for the elect? ... show more
  1. Did Christ die for all or only for the elect?
  2. What is your opinion of the charismatic movement and speaking in tongues?
  3. Will people who reject Christ prior to the Rapture have no hope of accepting Him afterwards?
  4. Does the Bible say anything about interracial marriage?
  5. During the Rapture will saved Jews be included with the church?
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The Most Outstanding Prophetic Passage

2 Samuel 7
God – with the accuracy that only comes from having all knowledge and wisdom – predicts events in history to the smallest of details. But how... show more

God – with the accuracy that only comes from having all knowledge and wisdom – predicts events in history to the smallest of details. But how would you respond if God prophesied about your life?

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