1 Samuel 30 – David in Victory Again A. David’s distress. 1 Samuel 30 . - D. I. DAVID IN HIS DISTRESS. "Why art thou cast down, O my soul?". It was a severely distressing time for me and eventually, the Doctors told me that surgery was needed on my spine to put things rights. 2. Take It Back - 1 Samuel 30:1-8, 18, 19 - Reese $5.99 Assets and Liabilities - 2 Timohty 1:17 & Hebrews 12:1 - Alfondia Reese, III $5.99 There's a Stranger in my House - 1 Samuel 1:1-6, 9-11, 20 - … One of the Amalekites in going from Ziklag, had a slave ill, an Egyptian. It may be through a call, a visit, a letter, a gift or any novel idea that springs up! Thus we find David, in Psalm, of coupling together mercy and judgment, and saying He will rejoice in both and sing of both. See here what man is; see what even a servant of God is, when left to himself. 5. It is not only we who are safe in God's hands if we are his, all that belongs to us is safe there. This would have needed a lot of diplomacy and skill; maybe even force, and would most probably have taken up much precious time; time that the raiders could have used to their advantage, to get to safety. 3. It caught up with David also when the Amalekites attacked Ziklag, burned it to the ground and took the women and children captive. You will say, "Doubtless when Saul was close behind him ready to take his life;" but no; it was at, a time when it seemed least likely to happen — when David had humbled Saul to the dust by his magnanimity. Introduction: Last week we completed chapters 29 & 30 in which David and his 600 men were sent away from the battle with the Israelites and back to Ziklag by King Achish. David says in his heart, "I shall now perish one day by the hand of Saul," and there goes the once bold champion of Israel, timid and crouching, to seek the protection of a heathen king. Not quite a P.O.… 1 SAMUEL 30. Here, you observe, was help for David from one who could not help himself; and, as it turned out, effectual help; and help, observe, too, from the very host of his enemies. They discovered that Ziklag had been burned and their wives and children taken away as captives by the Amalekites. It was a horror story happening right before their eyes and they couldn’t bear the shattering pain. SA Radio Find Top Church Sermons, Illustrations, and Preaching Slides on 1 Samuel 30. Businessmen, diplomats, teachers, missionaries, and others were confined all together in substandard quarters. 4. The Fugitive I Samuel 21-22. "And David said to Abiathar," etc. The book is about how confinement affected the lives of those interned in Shantung Compound, an old church encampment hardly suited for the task, when the Japanese overran China during the Second World War and all western foreigners residing in China were interned there. All will share alike.”. Much more than has been expected is gained (ver. After a brief delay and some untoward events by which faith is still further tested (ver.