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And Saul was told that David had gone to Keilah. So Saul said, “God has delivered him into my hand, for he has shut himself in by entering a town that has gates and bars.” 1 Samuel 23:7

The plans of the devil against the children of God will never come to pass as long as they keep believing in the Most High. Just like David, Christians should serve all the time and in all the missions the Lord gives them. The question raised by the men who were with the future king was reasonable, because they were David’s friends protecting Saul; but fighting against the Philistines was too risky.

Christians stop serving the Lord for several reasons, but especially fear. Fear and faith are opposites. When you believe in threats or evil explanations, fear rises inside of you. Faith, however, invades your heart when you give ears to the Scriptures. It is possible to have one or the other, depending on who you give ears to. Never allow intimidation to dominate over you. Receive the Word of God!

The standard way for Christians to live in this world should be a fearless way. Look at what the Bible says: The wicked flee when no one pursues, but the righteous are bold as a lion (Proverbs 28:1). To be bold is to not be fearful. The servants of God should do the same works Jesus did! Can you imagine the Most High fearing anything? It’s ridiculous to even consider that thought. What do you think about it?

The Lord is with us today just like He was with those who served Him in the past. Therefore, be faithful and you’ll be intrepid like the Lion of Judah. That’s how David was; not even a lion and a bear who tried to take one of his sheep escaped from his hands. We must place our faith in God. Joshua, for example, also received the same promise: he would overcome everything because the presence of God would be upon him just like it was with Moses (Joshua 1:5).

Saul refused the Word of the Lord, and because of that he didn’t continue reigning in the throne of Israel. The king praised God, saying God had delivered David to him, but he was completely wrong. What he thought would never happen, because the Lord keeps those who trust in Him as the apple of His eye (Psalm 17:8). Close the door of your heart to the enemy and to fear, and be truly victorious!

The monarch saw as men see, but David as those who walk by faith: with the eyes of God! The enemy is nothing to the Lord, his threats are nothing but a fool’s jokes. The son of Jesse would never be delivered in the hands of someone who didn’t walk with the Most High. Besides that, Saul was well informed that his kingdom would be given to someone who was better than him (1 Samuel 15:26,27). He heard it from Samuel and he knew it was true.

Differently from David, Saul didn’t believe in divine faithfulness. Because of that, the Most High guarded the future governor of Israel, David, as the apple of His eye. He does the same to all who believe in Him. We are the people of God and we can’t doubt it!

In Christ, with love,

Dr. Soares

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Oh Father! There’s nothing better than believing in You and serving You just as Your Word declares. It’s unacceptable that the righteous are forsaken in any situation. What You declare is the absolute truth to us.

When the evil ones announced to Saul that David had gone to Keilah, You knew what was going to happen, and you prepared an escape for Your servant beforehand. In the same way, before hell attacks us, You’ve already stretched out Your hand to deliver us from the ties of the enemy.

Saul thought You had forgotten his evilness, but by Your mercy, his kingdom still lasted for a while. He needed to fill the cup of his wrath against David. Thank You for taking care of Your servants with love and justice!


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and Serug lived after he begat Nahor two hundred years, and begat sons and daughters.
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