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Lesson 7: The Gospel to David (2 Samuel 7)

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There is no earthly king in Scripture that foreshadows and readies God’s people more for the Ultimate King than David. What God established during David’s reign and what He promised to bring about through the son of Jesse’s line make him an immensely pivotal figure in redemption history. As Pastor Daniel continues to develop the statement, “You were made to be ruled by and submit to the King of Kings,” he provides four characteristics of this King (Jesus) that David points forward to. 1) The King establishes a promised kingdom. 2) The King establishes an eternal kingdom. 3) The King establishes a God-exalting kingdom. 4) The King establishes a participatory kingdom.

Summary by Seth Kempf, Bethany Community Church Staff

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