1 Samuel 30 - Outline

David was greatly distressed, but he encouraged himself in the Lord his God
David inquired at the Lord, and the Lord answered him
only two thirds of David's men were even strong enough to continue, but David continued to pursue
what happens when people neglect somebody who seems unimportant, and what happens when people take good care of somebody who might seem unimportant
the Amalekites got overconfident and were not prepared to deal with the consequences for what they had done
David gave freely because he realized that the Lord had given them what they had (See v23)
it is more blessed to give than to receive

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