David and Bathsheba Balcony Attitude sermon video. David was a strong king, but was about to become a weak person. When he knelt to pick up five smooth stones, he was never stronger. This evening, he walked around his high balcony as the king, the highest official with the highest power. He had a balcony attitude, but, as we are about to see, David was never weaker.

KING DAVID
By Delbert Young

David and Bathsheba Balcony Attitude sermon video

David and Bathsheba Balcony Attitude sermon video

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David and Bathsheba Balcony Attitude sermon video

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Scriptures: 2 Samuel 11:1, 2-4, 26-27, 1 Corinthians 10:11-12, Mark 10:44, Proverbs 16:18, 8:13, 16:5, 2 Samuel 12:1, 5-6, 7, 11-12, 14

David was in his 50’s and living high. He climbed high and the higher we climb, the more distorted are the things below. It doesn’t take a great deal of height to get where you can’t make out faces. People become tiny/insignificant. Voices also become more difficult to hear and David was much higher than that. Also, the higher you climb the further you may fall. Oh, did I mention he had seven wives and more concubines than the Bible counts. David was living high.

David conquered kingdoms. He expanded the nation. David was a feared foe to the known world and guarded his nation with diligence, but left his own heart unguarded. David was a strong king, but was about to become a weak person. When he knelt to pick up five smooth stones, he was never stronger. This evening, he walked around his high balcony as the king, the highest official with the highest power, but, as we are about to see, David was never weaker. David had balcony attitude. (continue sermon notes)

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