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Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 21st April

DAVID AND THE HEARTS THAT LOVED HIM

1 Samuel 18. 1-4, 16, 20; 19. 1-5; 20. 4 

Love for David, ‘the man after God’s own heart’, is mentioned on three occasions in 1 Samuel 18. 

(i) ‘Jonathan loved him as his own soul’, v. 1. 

(ii) ‘But all Israel and Judah loved David’, v. 16. Two divided territories were united by their love for David. It is love for the Lord Jesus which will unite us and prevent divisions. 

(iii) ‘And Michal, Saul’s daughter, loved David’, v. 20. Sadly, her love was not genuine and later on she despised him. 

 

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Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 21st April

DAVID AND THE HEARTS THAT LOVED HIM

1 Samuel 18. 1-4, 16, 20; 19. 1-5; 20. 4 

Love for David, ‘the man after God’s own heart’, is mentioned on three occasions in 1 Samuel 18. 

(i) ‘Jonathan loved him as his own soul’, v. 1. 

(ii) ‘But all Israel and Judah loved David’, v. 16. Two divided territories were united by their love for David. It is love for the Lord Jesus which will unite us and prevent divisions. 

(iii) ‘And Michal, Saul’s daughter, loved David’, v. 20. Sadly, her love was not genuine and later on she despised him. 

 

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Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 21st April

DAVID AND THE HEARTS THAT LOVED HIM

1 Samuel 18. 1-4, 16, 20; 19. 1-5; 20. 4 

Love for David, ‘the man after God’s own heart’, is mentioned on three occasions in 1 Samuel 18. 

(i) ‘Jonathan loved him as his own soul’, v. 1. 

(ii) ‘But all Israel and Judah loved David’, v. 16. Two divided territories were united by their love for David. It is love for the Lord Jesus which will unite us and prevent divisions. 

(iii) ‘And Michal, Saul’s daughter, loved David’, v. 20. Sadly, her love was not genuine and later on she despised him. 

 

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