Sermons on 2 Samuel
David was a good king, but he was not sinless. His sin, like our sin, caused broken fellowship with God. When confronted, he did confess and repent, which helped to repair his relationship with God. We can limit our sin by staying satisfied in the Lord.
David’s life teaches us many valuable lessons. First, God looks at our heart while people look at our external appearance. Second, to overcome problems, we should focus not on the problem or ourselves, but on God.