David, Man After God's Heart 1 (Fisherman Bible Studyguide Series)
This is the first of a two volume study of the life of David. Continuing through 2 Samuel 5, with an optional study on psalm 40, it is for people who are lonely, depressed, afraid, joyful, sorrowful, pressured, discouraged, successful,...
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This is the first of a two volume study of the life of David. Continuing through 2 Samuel 5, with an optional study on psalm 40, it is for people who are lonely, depressed, afraid, joyful, sorrowful, pressured, discouraged, successful, faithless, obedient, or disobedient. This volume deals with the preparation of David to become God's own king over Israel. At least twenty years passed between David's anointing and his coronation; he learned to deal with the pressure of uncertainty. Fisherman Bible studies are among the most popular on the market. There are nearly 60 book, character, topical, or core studies to choose from, so you're bound to find something just right for your group. Each study features built-in leadership helps and a flexible format you can use in all kinds of settings. 12 studies for individuals or groups.
1. How Can I Choose God's Best? - 1 Samuel 16^2. How Do I Fight God's Enemies? -1 Samuel 17^3. How Should I Handle My Fears? - 1 Samuel 18:1-16; 19:1-18; 20^4. Do I Trust God When I'm Under Pressure? - 1 Samuel 21-22^Optional Psalm Study: Does God Really Deliver? - Psalm 34^5. How Do I Make Decisions? - 1 Samuel 23-24^6. Do I Listen to Godly Counsel? - 1 Samuel 25^7. Am I Tense or Trusting? - 1 Samuel 26-27^8. How Do I Relate to God after Failure? - 1 Samuel 28:1-2; 29-30^9. Am I Willing to "Lose My Life"? - 1 Samuel 31-2 Samuel 1^10. Can I Trust God's Timing? - 2 Samuel 2-3:1^11 How Do I Treat My Enemies? - 2 Samuel 3:2-39^12. How Do I Handle Success? - 2 Samuel 4-5 ^
Know God as David Knew Him
David--impetuous, sensitive, bold, poetic, compassionate, utterly human. What can we learn from this young warrior-king of long ago? And how could God call David a "man after his own heart" even though he was a "man of blood" and an adulterer? Though David sinned greatly, he also loved greatly. By observing and learning from David's character and action, we too can become God's kindred spirits, men and women "after God's own heart."
12 SESSIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS OR GROUPS
Fisherman Bible Studyguides include:
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Helpful leader's notes
Emphasis on daily application of Bible truth
Robbie F. Castleman (D.Min., University of Dubuque) is associate professor of biblical studies and theology at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. She previously served for several years as a staff member with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, specializing in ministry to graduate students at campuses in and around Tallahassee, Florida. She is the author of the Fisherman Bible Guides; Miracles, Elijah, David and King David (Shaw/Waterbrook) and the IVP Connect LifeGuide Bible Study Peter and The Story of Scripture: The Unfolding Drama of the Bible, and she is a contributor to the book For All the Saints (Knox/Westminster).