Beauty out of Brokenness

In 1 Samuel 25 David acts out of anger and almost kills numerous people because of one man’s selfishness. In the end, David does not kill them. When he thought of what he almost did, David said, “Blessed be the LORD who has . . . kept back his servant from wrongdoing” (1 Samuel 25:39; ESV). I’m sure David looked back and questioned why he aIMG_2941cted without forethought. Yet, he looks at what appears to be broken in his own life and sees the beauty of God in it! God graciously intervenes and keeps David from damaging his future kingship with one impetuous act of anger. Aren’t we thankful that God takes our brokenness and still shows His grace and beauty through it!

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