Abigail was a woman of good understanding and a beautiful countenance. She was more than a pretty face, but a true life saver. These teachings investigate deeply how God used her critical thinking skills to save her household and avert disaster through a broken man. Also we learn how her humility moved things quickly in this situation. Abigail was a true “first responder”.
Previously in the Abigail’s Call series I offered the “royal promotion” perspective to Abigail’s story. Her wisdom and extreme humility moved David to relent from violent intentions toward her household. Then David instructed his men, “Each of you strap on your sword!” So each… Continue Reading “Why David Needs an Intercessor (Abigail’s Call)”
This short list of descriptors was the report one of Saul’s servants gave about the young, anointed David when the servants suggested Saul let them find a man skilled at harp playing to soothe him when the evil spirit from God tormented him. We take… Continue Reading “Before He was King, He Watched His Words”
We continue to look at David positionally, and consider the report of the servant to Saul in 1 Samuel 16:18 that David was a skillful musician a mighty man of valor a warrior one prudent in speech a handsome man the Lord is with… Continue Reading “Before He was King, He was a Man of War”
We know what it’s like, many of us, to be in one “place” on our way to “the” place. That’s the summary of David’s beginning. He was king…but not really, not yet. Prophet Samuel anointed him; in fact, he held up the dinner with… Continue Reading “Before He Was King…He was God’s Ally”
Good day, Kingdom Queens. I want to invite all of you who identify with Abigail to meet me for “Chamber Time with the King” this Saturday, November 1st at 6PM Central (2503 Obenchain Street, Dallas, Texas 75212). The Lord’s brought you to mind for Chamber Time… Continue Reading “Chamber Time with the King (an invitation)”
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