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People look at the outward appearance
but the Lord looks at the heart.
1 Samuel 16:7
In a world where image is so highly promoted, God’s view stands in stark contrast.God sees our inner motivations and the state of our hearts. When we surrender our lives to him, he leads us through circumstances and trials that shape us and help us become who we are called to be. God desires to continuously mold us in his image to be a people who serve him with integrity and faithfulness. How do we get there?
Let’s look at the life of David…
Set apart at an early age to be king but then taken on an unlikely journey of triumph and suffering as he learned to depend only on God
Broken, yet built up in God
Despised by others, yet confident before the Lord
Honest and transparent about his sins and faults, yet knowing God’s forgiveness
Weak, yet made strong
David learned to trust in God and care little what others thought about him. God saw something in David at an early age. He was a "a man after His own heart." (1 Samuel 13:14) As we study the lessons about how God worked in David’s life, can we open our hearts to God’s tender scrutiny and allow him to shape and form our hearts to his image?