Peace and Reflection sermon video. When David reflected in peace, he reflected about his love for God and God’s house. He reflected about his love for people and his covenant friends. It brought David peace. Jesus said you can hang all of life, all the prophets said, and all the law said on those two things. Upon what do you reflect?

By Delbert Young

Peace and Reflection sermon video

Sermon notes

Peace and Reflection sermon video

Scriptures: 2 Samuel 5:11-12, 7:1-3, 1 Timothy 3:15, Hebrews 3:6, 1 Peter 2:5, 1 Corinthians 3:16, 1 Chronicles 22:3-5, 2 Samuel 9:1, 1 Samuel 20:15-16, 9:1, 3-4, 6-7

It was a time of rest for David. Life couldn’t be better. The smell of new lumber (cedar) and fresh paint soothed David. David had a new home. If you ever had one, you know how good it feels. There were no giants defying David, no Saul’s pursuing David, the enemies were subdued, the children were playing quietly, and the wife (wives in David’s case) was at peace. It was a time of peace and reflection.

Isn’t it great how there are times when the Lord gives us peace from everything? I wonder sometimes if we realize, it is the Lord who gives us this peace. If he didn’t want us to have peace, we would not have peace. We sit back in the recliner and relax, not because we are exhausted, but because life is good. It’s a time of peace and reflection. These moments are welcomed interludes of life given to enjoy and reflect.

It’s interesting to take a look at what the man after God’s own heart reflected on when everything was at peace – peace and reflection. What do you reflect on in your peace times? We will compare and see how our hearts align with the heart of David. (continue sermon notes)

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