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OCTOBER 14-20 – DAVID, GOLIATH, & A FEW STONES
“The Christian is not obedient unless he is doing all in his power to send the Gospel to the heathen world.” - A.B. Simpson
Memory verse: 45 – Then David said to the Philistine, “You come to me with a sword, with a spear, and with a javelin. But I come to you in the name of the Lord of hosts, the God of the armies of Israel, whom you have defiled.”

Chapter: 1 Samuel 17

Overview: We can all recall various Old Testament stories we heard as children. We are familiar with Noah and the ark, Moses and the Red Sea, Jonah and the whale, and Daniel in the lions’ den. But the story found in I Samuel 17 may be the most intriguing and suspenseful of all the stories in the Old Testament – the standoff between David and Goliath. Goliath was a champion of the Philistines who opposed the nation of Israel. Israel’s entire army feared Goliath because of his size and the fact that he was a man of war. Israel refused to go against Goliath even though he taunted them and defiled the army of God. David, being only a lad, drew from the courage and confidence he had in God and challenged Goliath. David’s heart did not fail because he knew his God would deliver him. This story gives us great assurance that we too can stand victorious against the enemy and know that our God will deliver us!

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