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If you’ve been around the church for any amount of time, you may have noticed that hardly a Sunday goes by without me mentioning King David in one way or another.
- Whether it was a time in his life or a passage in Scripture, which he wrote.
- Not only is he one of history’s most significant men, but he’s clearly one of the most central people in Scripture.
- David, whose name means “beloved”, is mentioned 1141 times in the Bible… second only to Jesus who’s mentioned 1254x.
But for all that characterizes David’s life, what Scripture remembers him most for was his heart for God.
- For me, this heart is best captured in a psalm he wrote, which we looked at last week from Psalm 27:4,
“One thing I have asked from the Lord that I shall seek: That I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to behold the beauty of the Lord, and to meditate in His temple.”