Becoming a Mighty Man

Good Devotionals

Jerusalem, The tomb of King David on Mount Zion


Today God Is First  By Os Hillman

“All those who were in distress or in debt or discontented gathered around him, and he became their leader. About four hundred men were with him.”– 1 Samuel 22:2

Have you ever felt that you could accomplish a whole lot more if you had more talented people around you? Perhaps you are in an office and think that some of your fellow workers don’t quite measure up. Imagine what David must have thought in the years following his anointing by the prophet Samuel as the next king of Israel. He spent the next many years running from King Saul. Now God was beginning to bring men to support David. But what kind of men? The down-and-out. God gave David not the elite or the sophisticated; He gave him those who were in debt and discontented with life. David turned…

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Urgent vs Important

Sometimes we live so much in the present that that we forget that there’s a future,  we get so caught up in the little every day things that we forget what’s really important. A wise man once said,  the things that matters the most must never be at the mercy of the things that matter the least. These days, I just wake up and it’s like I’m living to do the next thing. No time to plan, no time to think about the future. The urgency of now blinding me to the importance of tomorrow.  So I think? I ask? When will this mad race end? When will I step out of this pace the world has set for me? I am a nature person,  I love to watch the sun rise, I love to watch it go down, I love to see the night lights and stand awed by the one who has made it all. Life is cheating me of these things, robbing me of the opportunity of worshipping the one who redeemed me all day long. So here’s what I’m going to do. I choose to step out of this mad race,  do things that are most important.  This totally reminds me of Apostle Paul’s call to me,  He said to not be so carried away with the present that I lose sight of what God is doing…….aye Sir! I hear you !