Words Of Truth

"That I might make thee know the certainty of the words of truth..." (Proverbs 22:21).


Now The Days Of David Drew Nigh That He Should Die...

Outline by Brian A. Yeager

I. Introduction:

A. David’s final days on this earth were certainly challenging (I Kings 1:1-53).

B. Godly people, even stricken with old age, care about the future of the faithful (i.e. Genesis 24:1-9; cf. Genesis 50:24 and Exodus 6:8).

1. Common of Godly leaders (Deuteronomy 31:14, Joshua 23:14-16, etc.).

2. When Paul was nearing death (II Timothy 4:6), he charged Timothy concerning the future (II Timothy 2:1-4 and II Timothy 4:1-5).

3. When Peter was ready to die… (II Peter 1:12-15).

4. The ultimate example… (John 16:7-15).

 

II. Body: Let’s Make Some Applications From David’s Last Days (I Kings 2:1-4).

A. David began as a man after God’s own heart (Acts 13:22), but...

1. He didn’t stay that way II Samuel 11:1-12:23, I Chronicles 13:1-14; I Chronicles 15:1-14, and I Chronicles 21:1-30).

2. Yet, David was later commended by inspired men (I Kings 15:1-5) necessarily inferring that all was made right (cf. Psalms 32:5).

3. I know that most of us can relate to having failed the Lord and having had to make things right (I John 1:8-10).

4. Let’s teach others to learn from our mistakes (i.e. I Corinthians 10:1-12).

B. In his last days, David charged Solomon to be strong as a man (I Chronicles 28:20).

1. We all have to be strong (I Corinthians 16:13 and Ephesians 6:10).

2. For, we will face adversity (I Peter 4:12-19).

3. If we are not really strong we will faint (Proverbs 24:10).

C. David knew that obedience was required for a good relationship with the Lord and thus he instructed his son to obey God (I Chronicles 28:8-9).

1. We must all obey God (Luke 6:46-49, John 15:10, II Thessalonians 1:7-10, and Hebrews 5:8-9).

2. We must all teach our children such too (Proverbs 4:1-5 and Ephesians 6:4).

D. David knew God would not violate His promises, but he also knew there were conditions in place regarding His promises (Psalms 89:20-37).

1. God keep’s His promises (Titus 1:1-3) as He expects us to remain faithful to our commitment too (James 1:12).

2. God’s promises have already required mutual cooperation (John 14:23-24).

 

III. Conclusion: As David, Let’s Take What We Know And Teach It So That The Generations To Come Can Be Even Better Prepared Than We Are (Psalms 145:1-21).

 

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