What can God do? How and why? Once David knew, the seemingly 'impossible' hadn't happened, he moved on. 'Lotion'-ed up, had something to eat. Accepted the loss.
Sense (in my writing), the emphasis on battle, might misconstrue. Necessary to see back and front-drop as war, because, the world's ways are . . .
Wrote: Want people to not disbelieve, because what's claimed they should, 'isn't God'.
Here 'on sin' want to be clear as, what is, and not pretend this aspect of God's word is likely – even with better interpretations – to attract. Because... and be easy to scuffer all the silliness connected; . . .
On... a late one. Thus complete - later ronnie.
What's been in my heart, more-oft 'not of God'.
Rightful restraint? Instead, regret. Of not moving-on and forward when should – regret. A retrospective check and balance on my going and doing was 'good'– easy.
Not God . . .
Judgement? God doing or said, 'letting' the bad, 'happen'. What might be painful, because..? Personally or wider? There's talk of nations and 'fences'. And our blessings misused, causing trouble to come back on us. All complex, mysterious and could, should be..?
Not prepared – (when am?) – to . . .
There's hope, and there's faith. David had faith, built on enough 'hopes in God fulfilled' showing him, he could have – Faith. No matter how far from ideal or into the worst; God, “would come through” – He believed this.
A main revelation (for me) in the battle for the nations, is the place of faith.. . .
David is made king and told to shepherd. This image, revealing God's intent, endures. To lead us through. In spite of ourselves, yet – with cooperation. God patiently, never giving up on us.
The way through to where and why? In and about personal, or the local, God leads and works away. And with our such limited years . . .
Late start. Little rant, if that. Enough to do, least minimal, into the heavenlies-purpose. Declare, what I think – should – and be done. Admit m'bit, get on, etc. Must 'do' more than prattle.
Continuing with the difficult to reconcile readings' of David's life. Their day of pain over Saul's death. . . .