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Chapter 16 Tape 1

1-8-91

DAVID SERIES


These notes are to be used as a study aid to First and Second Samuel. They are most effective when the scripture is read first and then the notes. Below is a list of abbreviations used in the notes:





B.D. – Bible doctrine

H/S – Holy Spirit

MAS –Mental Attitude Sins

Rev. - reversionism

D.I. – Divine Institution

J.C. – Jesus Christ

Prin. - Principle

SUD – Sin Unto Death

+H - Happiness

M.A. – mental attitude

+R - righteousness





I SAM. 16:1 (A) Background for 1st part of the verse.

SAUL - Handsome, talented, clever, personality,


[ Prin.] HUMAN POTENTIAL DOESN’T MEAN SUCCESS.


GRACE POTENTIAL OF SAUL

Saul had everything going for him and turned it all down by neglecting B.D. We have the same grace potential, B.D. at our fingertips.

FAILURE OF SAUL

God wanted to bless Saul and make him +H in time but was hindered by Saul’s lack of capacity for +H. B.D. gives cap. for +H. We all will have +H in heaven but God wants to give it to us now. Saul lived for decades in rev. but this didn’t change God’s love for him. What a tragedy, a man with so much grace potential had to be left behind because of negative volition.


SAMUEL - He was out of line crying over Saul. He was a prophet, a super grace believer, but he was out of line.

He should have realized Saul was in rev. and had neg. volition and could not be a good ruler. Samuel

would normally be afraid of nothing, but since he is out of line he is afraid of the king.

I SAM. 16: 2-5 - The Lord tells Samuel how to handle the situation since he was afraid. (God’s Grace)

Consecrate – To devote to a purpose with deep solemnity or dedication.

I SAM. 16: 6-13 – Jesse trots his sons out for Samuel. He sends for David and Samuel commissions him as

king.


Vs. 6 – Eliab was the oldest, tall, handsome, a 1st Lieutenant in the army. He was also arrogant, petty and

minus B.D.



  • Vs. 11 – David was the youngest son and low man on the totem pole in Jesse’s eyes.

NOTE: All the brothers had the same father and mother, same background, the opportunity to take in B.D. but only David had consistent positive volition and consistently studied the Word of God.

READ PSA. 78:70 – Some people make a big deal of the analogy between the shepherd of Jacob (Israel) and the shepherd of sheep.

EXAMPLE:

1. Sheep Stink People stink

2. Sheep are stupid People are stupid

3. Sheep have to be fed People have to be fed

4. Sheep have no sense of direction People have no sense of direction

BE ASSURED OF THIS – DAVID WAS CHOSEN BECAUSE HE HAD B.D. IN HIS SOUL! PERIOD!

Not because he had experience with sheep. Experience is way overrated. Experience doesn’t make you great. B.D. does! David could have been a farmer, merchant, stone cutter, etc. and still he would have been chosen.

He would have been great at whatever his profession because of the B.D. in his soul. There is no need to compare your job with others and feel embarrassed. No sense in being snooty either. It’s not the job that makes someone great, it’s the person in the job that’s important. David had no glowing testimony.

Human Viewpoint – What is your occupation? – Shepherd. Any experience in being a king? Any royalty in your family? No. Any college? No.

BUT GOD CHOSE HIM ON THE BASIS OF WHAT REALLY MATTERS. B.D. IN THE SOUL!



Vs. 13 – Davis was 18 yrs. old when he received his commission to be king. Here David was filled with the H/S for the 1st time.

ENDUEMENT OF THE H/S IN OLD TESTAMENT – K.N.

Indwelling of H/S is permanent – enduement is temporary.

Vs. 14 – (I Chron. 10:13 & 14) Saul went from neglect of B.D. to being neg. toward B.D., to depression, to reversionism, and finally to the Sin Unto Death - SUD.

Vs. 18 – A. David played to the sheep to calm them. He was a great musician.

B. “Valor” – distinguished himself (Ranger Patch) “Man of War” – He was a reservist.

C. He was prudent in matters…from applying B.D.

D. He was handsome – beautiful eyes.

E. The Lord was with him – He was a Super Grace mat. believer.

WITH ALL THIS GOING FOR HIM, PLUS ALREADY BEING COMMISSIONED KING, WHERE WAS

DAVID? WITH THE SHEEP.

A. David wasn’t promoting David! He was taking in B.D. and waiting for the Lord to promote him.

B. He wasn’t saying “I want it NOW Lord.” He never complained about his position of sheep

herder. He knew that the phrase “The squeaky wheel gets the grease” is strictly human

viewpoint.


Vs. 20 – Jesse was an ass sending an ass loaded down with bribes. Jesse was a pushy conniver. He

was trying to bribe a candy merchant with a Baby Ruth.



Vs. 21 – David became Saul’s aide de camp (armor bearer) (aide).

Vs. 23 – David temporarily relieves Saul’s mental anguish.

Everyone except David had a lousy M.A. Saul, Samuel, Jesse and Eliab.




DOCTRINE OF MENTAL ATTITUDE

1. There are 2 conflicting M.A. in the human soul.

2. They are called human viewpoint and Divine viewpoint.

3. ISA.. 55:7-9 – God tells us His thoughts are not our thoughts.

4. PROV. 23:7 – Tells us that what we think is what we are. Your M.A. determines your life and character.

5. II COR. 10: 4 & 5 – Divine viewpoint is commanded for every believer. “Bring every thought into captivity for



Christ.”

6. The intake of B.D. shapes the M.A. PHIL. 2:5 – “Let this thinking be in you that was also in Christ.” Compared

with II COR. 2:16 – We have the mind of Christ – B.D.

7. Rom. 12:2 – God’s plan of grace demands a new M.A. “Do not be conformed to this world,

(human viewpoint) but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that you may prove that the will

of God is good, acceptable and perfect.”

8. II Tim. 1:7 – “We have not been given a spirit of fear (depression, worry) but of sound mind.”

You don’t have to be a weirdo coo coo clock to be a Christian. Hallelujah praise the Lord, God

willing, brother, sister.

9. Stability is a M.A. Phil. 4:7

10. Giving is a M.A. II Cor. 9:7

11. Love is a M.A. I Cor. 13:5

I SAM. 17:1 – The Philistines were the “apaches” of the ancient world. Fierce warriors. They

mobilized their armies against Israel because they knew that Israel was weak.



VS. 4 – A cubit was the distance from the elbow to the fingers, 18”. A span is the distance from

the thumb and little finger, 9”. He was 9 ft., 9” tall.



VS. 5 – He had 125 lbs. of boiler plate on his chest. This was his breast plate.

VS. 6 – He had 2 spears. One in his hand and one slung over his shoulders. Typical of the

Greek warriors. He also had metal shin guards.



VS. 7 – His spear was like a weaver’s beam and the spear’s head weighed 17 lbs.

VS. 8 – This is sarcasm. Where did you get the nerve to form ranks to do battle?

Am I not a Philistine? That is a great warrior, and you, servants or slaves of Saul.

Even he could tell they had their eyes on a man, Saul, instead of the Lord.

Goliath was a stupid bully relying only on his physical strength. His entire life he used

his strength to make him +H. He was only +H when he was intimidating someone.

The abilities of his soul were totally neglected. Strength + approbation lust = BULLY.

It never occurred to him that he could be beat, therefore he had no courage. Courage

is when someone knows he is vulnerable and can imagine being maimed or killed and

goes forward anyway. Goliath’s self-confidence was based on his stupidity. He couldn’t

even imagine being killed.


VS.10 – He totally scorned the ranks of Israel.

VS. 11I SAM. 11:11, 14:47 – Saul was a great combat leader at one time.

I SAM. 14:1-15 - Jonathan single-handedly defeated an enemy platoon. But now

they were all neutralized by fear because they were in Reversionism.


We have seen the soul of Goliath and those in the army of Israel, VS. 12. NOW lets look

at David’s soul. PSA. 4


VS. 12 – Jesse “was old and advanced in years” is an idiom meaning he was known in the area,

he was a small-time petty VIP. He was always looking for angles to promote himself

or his sons.

VS. 13 – David’s 3 yellow-belly coward brothers. They were commissioned officers in the army

of Israel.



VS. 15A. This vs. refers to about 5 yrs. before… after he was made “aide to camp” to Saul,

stated at the end of chapter 16.



B. David knew his promotion didn’t depend on rev. Saul, but on God. Jesse probably

threw a fit when David went back to tend the sheep.



C. He went from the beautiful clothes of an “aide to camp” to the ragged clothes of a

shepherd.



D. Most people would have been too proud to go back to the sheep after being in the

king’s court.


E. David returned to the sheep to wait for God’s timing.

What did David do during the 5 years between the time he was an “aide to camp” and when he was soon to face Goliath? 23 PSALM

23 PSALM

VS. 1THE LORD IS THE ONE CONSTANTLY SHEPERDING ME, I CAN NEVER LACK.

(in Super Grace)



John 10:11 – J.C. is the good shepherd.

Heb. 13:20 – J.C. is the great shepherd.
SHEEP

1. Get lost. 5. Can’t find food or water

2. Can’t clean himself. 6. Easily frightened

(rebound necessary) 7. Wool doesn’t belong to him, whatever he

3. Helpless when injured. produces belongs to the shepherd.

4. Defenseless



VS. 2 – HE CAUSES ME TO LAY DOWN IN PLACES OF BLESSING AND PROMOTION,

HE LEADS ME TO WATER (B.D.) OF PROSPERITY (SHALOME)

If David had stayed in Saul’s court he could have gone into rev. David went back to

the sheep and waited on the Lord!

VS.3HE RESTORES MY SOUL. (Rebound) HE LEADS ME IN PATHS OF +R

BECAUSE OF WHO HE IS.

David decided that Saul’s court was not the path of +R for him.



VS.4IN ADDITION TO EVERYTHING ELSE, I FACE DEATH. (Not a reality to David. The

Lord is more real to him than death) I WILL NOT BE AFRAID OF EVIL PERSONS,


YOU ARE WITH ME. THY ROD AND STAFF ARE A COMFORT TO ME.

Death was only a shadow to David, J.C. was real to him. The rod and staff refer to

B.D. in the soul as a weapon. Rod is not discipline…discipline is not a comfort.


VS.5 – YOU KEEP ON PROVIDING MANNA FROM HEAVEN DAILY, B.D. TO USE WHEN

FACING THE ENEMY TO HANDLE PRE-BATTLE TENSION, YOU HAVE MADE A

PROMISE BY ANOINTING MY HEAD. MY LIFE RUNS OVER WITH EVERY TYPE OF

PROSPERITY.

His cup refers to his capacity.



VS.6 – NO DOUBT DIVINE GOOD AND GRACE PURSUES ME ALL MY LIFE AND I WILL

ENJOY IT TO THE FULLEST NOW IN TIME. (Mercy is grace in action.)
(Back to I Sam. 17)

VS.18 – Jackass Jesse tries to bribe the commander.

VS.19 – The Israelite army was not fighting the Philistines! They were maneuvering…ALL IN

REVERSE. Retreat, Retreat, Retreat.



VS.23 – Goliath came up the hill closer than he ever had before. He liked to see the front

ranks break and run. His approbation lust.

AND DAVID HEARD HIM.

VS.25 – The Israelite army would not fight because of principal, so Saul tried to bribe them

with rewards but they wouldn’t fight for that, either. Rev. believers are cowards and

won’t fight.

VS.26 – David comes out with the 1st Divine Viewpoint in 40 days. The rest were still having

their daily nervous breakdown.


PRINCIPLES FROM VS. 26

1. When David speaks, the difference between his M.A. and the Israelite army

is very noticeable.

2. He speaks with confidence because he is prepared from the years he had

taken in B.D.

3. He is dogmatic, lucid, and straightforward.

4. He has decided that he will kill Goliath.

5. He considered 40 days of this bully cursing and intimidating the army

of the living God disgrace, dishonor and defamation.

6. He thought of the Philistine as an unbeliever instead of a giant.

7. He was occupied w/ Jesus Christ…not Goliath.

8. He expresses the importance of the military to national freedom.

DOCTRINE OF MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT (Neh. 4:14 & 15)

1. The military is designed to protect a national entity, to gain and protect it’s freedom.

2. NEH. 4:14 – “REMEMBER THE LORD, A GREAT AND MIGHTY WARRIOR, (He killed 185,000 of

the best infantry in the world in one second.) REMEMBER THE LORD, FIGHT FOR YOUR BRETHERN, (D.I. #4) YOUR SONS AND DAUGHTERS, (D.I. #3) YOUR WIVES, (D.I. #2) YOUR



HOUSES. (D.I. #1 Your right to own property and have privacy.)

3. Despite efforts for peace, warfare will continue until the millenium. (Matt. 24:6, Mark 13:7, Luke 21:9)

4. In the struggle for, and the perpetuation of Jewish freedom after the exodus, J.C. became the military

commander-in-chief of the armies of Israel. (Read JOSH. 5:13 - 6:2) ADONI TSABAO was His title.

5. The Jewish army was fighting for freedom, the Philistine army was fighting to enslave them.

6. Since the battlefield determines freedom, universal military training is essential. (Luke 14:31,


Num. 31:3-5)

7. Military leadership is an index of national character. (Read PROV. 24:1-6)

8. Part of the 5th Cycle of Discipline to a nation is military defeat. It happened to Ephraim in 721 B.C.,

to CALDONIA in 539 B.C., to JUDAH in 586 B.C., ASSYRIA in 612 B.D., ATHENS in the Peloponnesian Wars, CARTHAGE in the Punic Wars. When you lose wars, you lose freedom

. [End of the Doctrine of Military Establishment]


VS.281. When a believer makes a hard-nosed stand there is always some petty, arrogant,

jealous person ready to have his little say.

2. Eliab was a reversionist trying to ascribe his own sins to David. Reversionists always

do this.

3. Eliab was jealous of David, especially after he was made aide-de-camp, a higher . rank than Eliab.

4. Eliab has nothing but M.A.S. in his soul and cannot express anything but M.A.S.

5. Eliab is older and had more chances to get B.D. but he is in reversionism and bitter

because he wasn’t chosen to be king.

6. David could have whipped his brother but knew this was a test of character, not of

muscle or fighting ability.



VS.29 – What does David do? “What have I done? Is this not a doctrinal issue?” and then

he turns away.



SUMMARY

1. This was David’s first victory. He did not get snotty or petty like Eliab.

2. David’s first attack comes from his family.

3. Eliab did not have the courage to fight Goliath but would hinder anyone who tries.

4. David rises above the M.A.S. that would drown him.

5. David won this battle by retreating. He won the battle with Goliath by attacking. Super Grace

believers must know when to retreat and when to charge.

6. This was just one of a series of victories before David was to fight the giant.

7. Eliab’s remarks were unfair, unjust and uncalled for but David did not defend himself.

8. Eliab put him down, but God put him up. You cannot reach Super Grace trying to defend

yourself against pettiness.

9. Super Grace victories over pettiness today results in victory over giants tomorrow.


VS.31 – David’s words were overheard because what he said was different and unusual.

Everyone was tired of hearing the same old excuses. Saul heard from the first time

someone who was willing to fight Goliath. So, Saul sent for David.


VS.32 – “Let no mans heart fail” – because of reversonionism.

VS.33Davids 2nd Attack! – The attack of human viewpoint. David is 24 yrs. old. (1) Saul

says, “You are not able.” Saul has give-up-itus. (2) Saul is saying you don’t have the

experience. (3) God doesn’t look for an experienced man but a man after his own

heart. i.e. – B.D. in the soul. Give me a person with a good Mental Attitude (M.A). and

no experience over a person with great experience and a bad M.A. anytime.

VS.341. David didn’t tell the king this to be bragging. David had authority orientation. He

Knew he should get permission from the king before he could fight the giant.

2. He revealed his qualifications to Saul.

3. No one knew about David killing a lion and a bear. Killing a lion was big news,

David only had a stick and a knife. If David has dragged a lion into Bethlehem

word would have spread to Saul. Even David’s brothers didn’t know about it.

4. No one was watching him kill the lion and bear.

5. No pretty girls were there saying “GO DAVID GO!”

6. Lions weigh up to 500 lbs. and can run the 100 in 5 seconds.

7. He also killed a bear. They are very vicious and fast! He could have just skipped

the bear since he had already killed a lion.

SUMMARY

1. The Super Grace believer doesn’t need a crowd cheering him on.

2. The Super Grace believer doesn’t rationalize. The lion only took one sheep.

3. The Super Grace believer has a sense of responsibility. He was responsible for all the

sheep.

a. David knew that if he didn’t kill the lion and bear, they would be back again.


b. God is the shepherd, we are the sheep. David’s life is recorded for our benefit. His

courage in life or death situations should give us courage.

4. The Super Grace believer is faithful in the little things. He doesn’t get shook up because he

isn’t considered a big time hero.

5. The Super Grace believer finds B.D. more real than danger.

6. The Super Grace believer is armed with B.D. in the soul.

7. The Super Grace believer doesn’t quit in the middle of a test. David didn’t shirk when faced

with the bear after the lion.



VS.37 – Saul gives his permission to David to fight the giant. “Go and the Lord be with you.”

This phrase is total hypocrisy from Saul. It is a meaningless expression. God

bless you.

1. Pious phrases often cover a reversionistic soul.

2. Saul’s pious phrases are superficial hypocrisy in which he tries to get some

credit for David’s victory.

3. The lion and the bear were dress rehearsals for Goliath.

4. When the lion and bear were killed, Goliath was as good as dead.

5. David, a Super Grace believer was prepared by God in secret for public

presentation by God at the right time.

6. God’s timing is perfect.

` 7. The battle of Ephesdommim was won long before it was fought. This is true of

battles throughout history. Preparation is the key.



VS.38David’s 3rd Test!

1. Saul thought if David won the battle he could take the credit because David wore

his armor.

2. The point is, David won because of the grace and power of God, not because he

had better equipment.

SUMMARY

1. There is no substitute for the power of God.

2. No weapons or armor made by the world can accomplish God’s objectives.

3. Grace excludes human ability, human equipment or human help.

4. Saul’s armor didn’t do Saul any good.

5. David faces the giant with B.D. in his soul, not fancy armor on his body.


VS.40 – David refused all of Saul’s grand armor and walks out with a stick and a sling.

Why 5 stones? There were 5 giants in the army of the Philistines.

1. I SAM. 17:4 – Goliath

2. II SAM. 21:19 – Goliath’s brother

3. II SAM. 21:16 – A relative of Goliath (ISHBIBENOB)

4. II SAM. 21:18 – SAPH

5. II SAM. 21:20-22 – The son of Goliath (6 finger)
THE SUPER GRACE LIFE

1. The Super Grace life is the place of great +H. (Phil. 4:4; I Thes.5:16)

2. The Super Grace believer is the man for the crisis.

3. The Super Grace believer has capacity for freedom. (Gal. 5:1; James 1:25 – 2:12; Rom. 8:21)

4. The Super Grace believer has capacity for life. (I Sam. 17:47; I Sam. 18:5, 14 & 30)

5. The Super Grace believer has capacity for love. (I John 2:5 & 4:19; Deut. 6:6 & 30:20;



Josh. 23:10,11; Song of Solomon 8:6,7; II Sam. 1:26.)

6. The Super Grace life provides capacity for +H. (Ps. 43:4; 9:1,2; 21:1; 31:7; 97:12)

7. The Super Grace believer has capacity for suffering; he can take it in stride. (II Cor. 12:7-10)

8. The Super Grace life is occupied with Jesus Christ. (Lam. 3:22-25; Heb. 12:2)

9. The Super Grace life has more benefit from God’s Grace. (James 4:6; Isaiah 30:18 & 19)

VS.41 1) This is the first time someone had total disregard to his size and prowess.

Goliath has a very great opinion of himself and for the first time he found someone

who didn’t share it.

2) So, Goliath had to talk about it. Goliath heard Divine Viewpoint for the first time

just before he dies and goes to hell.


VS.42 - Goliath had no imagination. He should have known that this young man was different,

with no visible weapons, a very dangerous person. It never occurred to Goliath that

a very handsome young man could be so tough.

VS.43 – Goliath isn’t trying to be funny when he said, “Am I a dog?” (But it was funny.) David

was carrying a shepherd’s staff and a shepherd’s hook. He will drop them to aim

his sling. “QULAL" – Cursed (“his God’s” = David’s Elohim) Goliath was making

light of and putting down Elohim!



GOLIATH SYNDROME (You don’t have to be a giant to have it.)

1. Impressed only with himself.

2. Uncontrollable – He intimidated everyone, including those that had authority over him.

3. No imagination – Imagination isn’t only dreaming up new ideas; it also means to be

so oriented to life that you can anticipate what might occur.

4. It never occurred to him that people didn’t like him. Probably, no one could stand him

but they wouldn’t let him know because they were intimidated by him.

VS.44 – Goliath tried to intimidate David and get his mind off of God and onto fear.

VS.45-47 – David is stating that this will be a grace victory. THE BATTLE IS THE LORD’S.

1. This is an expression that every mature believer or spiritually advancing believer

should keep in mind for every type of battle.

2. This expression was spoken under maximum pressure.

3. One man in Super Grace is like an entire army.

4. All the military training and former courage in battle is useless when the issue is a

soul issue.

5. Only one man had enough B.D. in his soul to understand the crisis.

6. Only one man had enough B.D. in his soul to meet the crisis.

7. The phrase “The Battle is the Lord’s” means that victory belongs to God, not man

and his talent and efforts. God knew David would not take credit for the victory.


VS.48 – Goliath was accustomed to warriors running away from him after Goliath has verbally

intimidated him. Then he would try to pin them in the leg with his spear and then

would go up and torture him. He certainly wasn’t used to someone charging him.

1. The Super Grace believer has no hang-ups, fears or subjeclivity in his soul.

2. David was able to concentrate on what he was doing. Fear destroys

concentration.

3. David had no qualms about killing the enemy and no guilt complex after the

battle. He took Goliath’s head back with him to his tent! WW II soldiers ate

on the dead bodies of the enemy.

4. David’s soul was prepared by B.D. long before his body advanced into

combat.

VS.49-51 – This was the first time David ever killed a man, and he does so without hesitation

and without qualms. A Super Grace believer resolves the whole matter in his soul before he ever does it in battle. Goliath was not dead, he was knocked out.

1. The Bible never condemns someone fighting for his country.

PSA. 33 – Vs. 4 – B.D. keeps you straight!

Vs. 5 – God loves +R and Justice.

Vs. 10 – JESUS CHRIST CONTROLS HISTORY!

David sings this song in his tent when he is alone with the head of Goliath. Too bad

Goliath’s ears can’t hear it.

VS.52-53 – They gave David a standing ovation. They were angry and chased the Philistines

all the way to their cities where they ran into the city and shut the gates.



VS.54 – David now rates his own tent.

VS.55 – This passage does not deal with the identity of David, Saul knew David, he wanted to

know his lineage. Saul should be interested in how he accomplished this feat but he

was reversonistic and wanted to know about his family. Saul wants to make sure there

are no embarrassing ties when including David in the Royal Court. Who cares about

lineage? What does it make you? Nothing! We are a product of GRACE! Not lineage.

The Lord Jesus Christ is Commander-in-Chief, Saul is Chief of Staff, Abner is

General-in-command of the army. Abner is the uncle of Saul.


VS.58 – Saul knew David but not his father. (PSA. 84)
I SAMUEL 18

VS. 1-4 – Admiration of David by Jonathan.

VS. 5-7, 14-16 & 30 – Prosperity that came to David.

VS.8-13 – Antagonism of Saul.

VS.17-29 – Antagonism of Saul.

VS.1 – Jonathan loved with a non-touching, bonafide soul love. Homosexuals are degenerate,

evil, sinful and repugnant to God.



CATAGORY 3 LOVE/ FRIENDSHIP

1. While cat. 2 love includes a member of each sex, this is not necessarily true in cat. 3 love.



(Prov. 17:17; Prov. 18:24)

2. Cat. 3 love has great stability and power. (II Sam. 1:26; John 15:13; Prov. 27:9 & 10;


Gal. 4:15)

3. It provides a relaxing environment. (Rom 13:10; Prov. 10:12)

4. It is free from hypocrisy. (Rom. 12:9) Hypocrites are not confined to churches. The worst

are found in business, government, entertainment.

5. It is objective, not hypersensitive. (Gal. 5:13; II Sam. 1:26)

6. It motivates a gracious mental attitude. (Philemon vs. 9-12)

7. It has enemies and can be destroyed.

A. Mental Attitude Sin (Prov. 16:28; Job 19:19)

B. Sins of the tongue (Prov. 16:28; Prov. 17:9)

C. By national disaster (Jer. 6:21-23; 14:8 & 9; 20:4 & 6)

D. Counterfeit Cat. 3 friendship ( Prov. 19:6 & 7)

E. Cat. 3 friendship can be removed by extreme Divine Discipline. (Psa. 38:11;


Psa. 88:18)

Cat. 3 love is a NON-TOUCHING LOVE!
VS.2 – David now has been promoted by God and never has to go back to the sheep.

VS.3 – Jonathan loved David as his own soul.

VS.6 – When David came back through the towns from his successful battles the women

would sing. They were +H because they were protected. Women are the victims when

the military is defeated. Women suffer the most!

VS.8 – People that are jealous go to great lengths to justify it. “The women’s song was evil

in Saul’s eyes”


JEALOUSY
1. Jealousy is the destroyer of love in all

2. Jealousy makes you go psycho. (Job 5:2; Prov. 14:30)

3. Jealousy is the strongest of the Mental Attitude Sins. (Prov. 27:3 & 4)

4. Jealousy motivates revenge tactics. (Prov. 6:4)

5. Jealousy split the nation of Israel. (Isa. 11:13)

6. Jealousy was the motivation of those who crucified Jesus Christ. (Matt.27:18;



Mark 15:10)

7. Jealousy of Joseph’s brothers had them sell him into slavery. (Acts 7:9)

8. Jealousy can destroy a great man. Jealousy rejects authority and the teaching

of B.D. (Acts 13:45 & 17:5)

9. False doctrine gives birth to jealousy. (I Tim. 6:4)

PSA. 27 – The different words for dwell.


VS.4“JASHAB” – (the word used) To dwell in a place of great blessing.

“GUR” – (not used) To dwell as a stranger.

“DUN” – (not used) To be depressed while dwelling somewhere.

“DUR” – (not used) To be restless where you are staying.

“CHANAH” – (not used) To camp, be besieged, or to stay permanently.

“LUN” – (not used) To come to spend the night.



“BAGASH” = Positive volition. Used in Vs. 4 twice; Deut. 4:29; Jer. 29:13.

VS.6 - When you are promoted you will acquire enemies. When I get to Super Grace I will

Have enemies. David lifted Goliath’s head up in a different way. David never tries to promote himself. He could have killed Saul many times, but didn’t do it.



VS.7 – David is saying that if he makes a tactical error in combat for God to cover his tracks.

No matter how good you are at your profession, you will sometimes make mistakes and

need God to be gracious and take care of them.

VS.8Deut. 4:29 – This verse is based on Deut. 4:29. Read it.

VS.12. – Super Grace believers are protected from their enemies. Enemies always lie about you.

(End of Psa. 27)


I SAM. 18 (Cont.)

VS.10 – Saul came under demon influence from Satan. The D.D. came from God.

VS.11 – “SABAB” (cal. imperfect) to dodge. (English – EVADED)


VS.12 – The Lord departed from Saul in the sense of blessing him, not that he no longer had

salvation.



VS.13 - Saul promoted David not for his good but for his harm. He wanted David to die in

battle.


[We’ve already covered vs. 14-16]

VS. 17 – Saul gives David his daughter, but there is a catch. He must be valiant in battle. He

wants David dead but he is full of hypocrisy. He says: ”fight the Lord’s battles.”

He has the vocabulary but not the B.D. Vocabulary minus B.D. = PHONEY!

Saul has already tried to kill David twice.



VS.18 – David had true humility. He was a Super Grace believer.

VS.19 - Saul lied to David and treated him cruelly.

VS.20 – MIKAL - means “Who is like the Lord?” Like MICHAEL. While David was watching

Mirab, Mibal was watching David. This is Saul’s 4th attempt to get rid of David.



VS.27 – Saul was David’s enemy continually. If he would get out of Reversionism, he would

stop being David’s enemy but he never did.


PSALM 37

David wrote this Psalm when he was older, reflecting back on the year covered in I Sam.18.


VS.1 – “Fret not yourself.” – “CHARAH” – Don’t blaze up, get angry because of jealousy and

resentfulness toward wrongdoers. “Be thou not envious.” – “QUANA” – means jealous.

“workers of iniquity” or “wrongdoers” – This is referring to Saul and all people like Saul.

He had everything but he was miserable because he was in Reversionism.


VS.2 – “Cut down” – “MALAL” – Means cut off, as in reference to circumcision.

Wither” – “NABEL” – Means to wither or grow weak. Here it refers to the 3 stages of

Divine Discipline.

VS.3 – “Trust” – “BATACH” – To body slam. Priesthood comes first. You must know the Lord




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