This week, the Bible Train features several stops in the Psalms thus teaching us that even in times of trouble, we are still able to worship. If you like action and intrigue, the story of David and Bathsheba is full of it. The story of David and Bathsheba is a tale of illicit sex, plotting, murder, and finally judgment and at the end, David remains a man after God’s own heart by repenting of his sin and trusting himself to a just and holy God.
|Tuesday||2 Samuel 9:1-13|
|Thursday||2 Samuel 11:1-27|
|Friday||2 Samuel 12:1-25|
- Why was it important for David to remember Mephibosheth and show him kindness?
- What do we learn about giving sin an opportunity from David not going to the war when he was supposed to?
- What are we taught by the fact that David, a man after God’s own heart, fell to his lusts?
- What do we learn from Psalm 51 about true repentence?