I Samuel chapter 24

Blessings everyone, 

Today the Lord has been speaking forgiveness all around me. I pray that you all are released from the strongholds of unforgiveness. I pray that you will no longer be pulled from your what’s to come by attacking out of unforgiveness. I pray that the Holy Spirit fills you with the power of Love and the wise heart of discernment to allow God to shift your heart Hallelujah! Lighten your Load  Glory be to God. Acting in unforgiveness will weigh you down, it can block what God wants to do in your life. We bind up the spirit of unforgiveness, Jealousy, anger, their is no room in God’s kingdom for it In the name of Jesus Amen and Amen.

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My name is Wilhelmina Lundy and I am a servant of the most high sovereign God. I am blessed to be able to serve as founder of this blog From Sinner to Saint Blog and prayer wall as well as Journey in Praise Ministry  www.journeyinpraise.wordpress.com  where we walk out our journey in praise for the new lessons. I am blessed to also be able to serve as one of the leaders of the Walk it Out group on Facebook and Periscope. Okay lets get into the word of the Lord!

I Samuel chapter 24

Verse 1- 7

The word tells us that after Saul returned from fighting the Philistines, he was told, that David was hiding in the desert En Gedi. Saul took three thousand men chosen from all if Israel to look for David and his men.

They came to a sheep’s pen and there was a cave. The word says Saul went in to relieve himself. David and his men were far back in the cave. David’s men told him this is the day the Lord spoke 

“I will give your enemy into your hands for you to deal with as you wish”

The word says then David crept up and cut a corner of Saul’s robe. The word says David was conscience stricken. David tells his men that “the Lord forbid that I should do such a thing to my master, the Lord’s anionted, or lift my hand against him; for he is the anointed if the lord” the word says David rebuked his men and didn’t allow them to attack Saul.

The verses remind us that once anointed always anointed.  The enemy was using Saul through anger and Jealousy. Saul was thinking with a angry heart that was developed from Jealousy.

The Lord put Saul in David’s hands not what David did was going to determine who he was and where he stood in his walk in faith. 

Had David killed Saul he would have been acting out of flesh not spirit. The Lord didn’t tell Saul to kill David “He said do to him as you wish” and at the moment of choice The Lord quickly reminded David of Saul’s anionting.

Romans 12:17 Do not repay anyone evil for evil. Be careful to do what is right in the eyes of everybody 

Verse 8 -13

The word says then David went out of the cave and called out to Saul. The word says when Saul turned around David was bowed down and prostrated himself. David asked Saul why was he listening to men that said he wanted to harm him? David tells Saul he could have killed him that day. David remind Saul that he had not wronged him but yet he is hunted. David say may the Lord judge between us. David remindsSaul of the saying. 

From evildoers come evil deeds

So his hand will not touch him.

It was important for David to remind Saul of why he was hunting David. It was important for Saul to see that his life was spared.

Verse 14 -22

Saul says to David you are more righteous then me, you have treated me well, but I have treated you badly. Saul recognized his faults and he and David made an oath that David would not leave out Saul’s decendants when he is king.

Praise God David would not had been able to fully walk out his purpose if he would have killed Saul. He had to walk in forgiveness. He knew he didn’t do anything to Saul but Saul’s actions could have brought further from God he could have been controlled by anger which would have been developed by unforgiveness. David turned it around he rejected the seed of anger from being planted in his spirit. Then reminded Saul of his anointing. Glory be to God 

Now for the important part if you are looking for salvation please Google, download the free bible app go to Romans 10:9 in your bibles and Confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord, believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead and you shall be saved. Get yourself involved in building a foundation of faith by word study, worship, prayer, fellowship and allow yourself a relationship with Jesus Christ 

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