Victor Hugo's great work, Les Miserables, is about redemption. Jean Valjean, desperate and destitute after being released from prison, stole costly silver vessels from the church. After having been forgiven by the priest, he was told to sell the vessels and give his live over to a pursuit of righteousness. This is the story of the grace of God and the redemption from sin we have through our high priest, our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. He paid the price of our redemption by his own precious blood as the chosen vessel of God. When we realize the grace in which we stand, only then can We love him because he first loved us.
David was anointed to be king long before he became king. When he finally became king, the Philistines rose against
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Your brother in Christ, Michael