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1 Samuel 16

1 Samuel
1 SamuelSteve Gregg

In this piece, Steve Gregg discusses the events in 1 Samuel 16, focusing on David's journey to becoming king of Israel. He discusses the flaws and strengths of David, who was chosen by God to be king despite not being the obvious choice. Gregg explores the concept of forgiveness and the importance of dealing with anger and resentment before going to bed, as it can give the devil a foothold in one's life.

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