Saturday, June 28, 2014

60IN60 Day 55 - Sat Jun 28

It's Day 55 and we're in Psalm 18.

Where God Spoke To Me:
- Verse 3 - He is worthy to be praised.  I've got evidence of that in my life.

- Verses 7-15 - This is poetic, not literal, language.
- Verses 20-24 - This most likely is intended not to say that he was perfect, but that he was passionately keeping the system that God had laid out at that point.  (The Old Testament Mosaic system.)

If you want to read the chapter online, here's a link.

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- "Day 52, 1 Samuel 15, I'm somewhat confused when The Word states that God regretted making Saul King over Israel. If he already knew what Saul would do, why would He have named him king to begin with?" - A few thoughts: 1. God doesn't look ahead of time at each of us and only use those who will serve perfectly.  We have free will and He allows us to make our choices.  1. Saul was not doomed at the start.  He had the potential to be a great king.  It was his choices that got him off track.  3. It's not that God didn't know this would happen.  It's just that, like a family tragedy you can see coming for years before, it's still heartbreaking to watch it actually unfold.
- "Also, could you explain to me what casting lots meant?" - It's kind of like rolling dice.  But they would pray for God to speak through the results.

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