Qualities that Made David Stand before Kings
Monday, 29th of August 2022
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Categories : Discipleship Spiritual Father
Then one of the servants answered and said, "Look, I have seen a son of Jesse the Bethlehemite, who is skilful in playing, a mighty man of valour, a man of war, prudent in speech, and a handsome person; and the Lord is with him." (1 Samuel 16:18)
Up to this point, David was just a shepherd boy taking care of his father's sheep, and now someone was speaking about him in the king's palace. He was about to be elevated from a place of obscurity to a place of notoriety. He was about to be brought from the unknown to the known. Soon he would stand before the king and ultimately become a king one day.
I believe in this verse are hidden secrets that can make anyone stand before kings. God is not a partial God.
Apostle Peter spoke with conviction, saying, "Most certainly and thoroughly I now perceive and understand that God shows no partiality and is no respecter of persons" (Acts 10:34 Amplified). God does not favour one face over another because of race, nationality, social standing, or any other external factors. What worked for David will also work for you and me.
#1. David was a son to his father
"I have seen a son of Jesse the Bethlehemite" (1 Samuel 16:18)
The terms spiritual fathers and spiritual sons are grounded in scripture. Apostle Paul referred to both Timothy and Titus as his "spiritual" sons.
To Timothy, a beloved son (2 Timothy 1:2)
To Titus, a true son in our common faith (Titus 1:4)
But you know how Timothy has proved himself. Like a son with his father, he has served with me in preaching the Good News. (Philippians 2:22)
Sadly today, in the Kingdom of God, it's all about what I can receive. It's all about what I can take from another to further my own cause. There is hardly any loyalty or bonding in the Kingdom of God. This is one of the main reasons we do not see a real outpouring of the Spirit.
Being exposed to a true spiritual father is one of the most refreshing and empowering relationships a person can have. This I speak from personal experience. One can be a visitor at a church or a member at a church, and all of this is good.
Please don't get me wrong. However, there is another dimension of the anointing that is released when we learn to submit to one another out of a relationship of love. I remember a great man of God saying this to me once, "If you don't know how to be a son, you will never know how to be a father." Very few people today in the Kingdom have someone to mentor them in the things of the Lord.
In the end, most will do what they feel is right in their own eyes. Is it any wonder then that there are many brothers and sisters in the Kingdom and so few fathers and mothers?
David was a faithful son to his father. He took care of his father's sheep like his own. He was ignored by his brothers, and yet he remained faithful to his father. What you and I need to understand is that there will always be rivalries between siblings. David was a true son. This was one of the qualities that brought him before the king and ultimately made him a king.
Today, is Day 2 of the Daniel Fast
[If you have still not embarked on it or want further information on it, please refer Daily Manna of 26th & 27th August]
Repeat every prayer missile till it comes from your heart. Only then move on to the next prayer missile. Don’t rush. At least spend two minutes per prayer missile.
1. Father, I surrender all my relationships into your care in Jesus name.
2. Father, always put the right words in my mouth, so that I will not ruin my relationships in Jesus name.
3. Every demonic manipulations working against my relationships be cut off by fire in the name of Jesus.
4. I reclaim all the ground I have lost to the enemy concerning my relationships, in Jesus’ name.
5. Thank you Lord for answering my prayers in Jesus name
Spend some time worshipping the Lord.
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