1 Samuel 25: David’s Anger Problems

This entry is part 7 of 8 in the series 1 Samuel

David gets angry at a man named Nabal, whose very name means “foolish”, for not offering him provisions after David protected his herd. He comes close to murdering Nabal before his wrath is quelled by Nabal’s beautiful and wise wife. Keith teaches on the folly of anger, or perceived injustice.

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