Tuesday, September 19, 2017


1). What did Goliath say when he saw David?

"And the Philistine said unto David, Am I a dog, that thou comest to me with staves? And the Philistine cursed David by his gods."   And the Philistine said to David, Come to me, and I will give thy flesh unto the fowls of the air, and to the beasts of the field. (1 Samuel 17:43-44)

2). What was David's ringing statement to Goliath?

"Then said David to the Philistine, Thou comest to me with a sword, and with a spear, and with a shield: but I come to thee in the name of the Lord of hosts, the God of the armies of Israel, whom thou hast defied. This day will the Lord deliver thee into mine hand; and I will smite thee, and take thine head from thee; and I will give the carcases of the host of the Philistines this day unto the fowls of the air, and to the wild beasts of the earth; that all the earth may know that there is a God in Israel.  And all this assembly shall know that the Lord saveth not with sword and spear: for the battle is the Lord's, and he will give you into our hands". (1 Samuel 17: 45-47).

3). What Goliath's need defeating in your life?

I believe the question is, "what needs to be defeated in your life?"  In this case, I would say to keep my focus on God and His purpose for my life right now. The enemy (Goliath) keeps trying to take my focus off God when situations come into my life.

4). Are you afraid of anything?

Wow, that is hard to SAY, because I truly believe in what you SAY will happen unless you speak according to God's Word, amen. Now, the Word says that God has not given me the spirit of fear but of power, love, and a sound discipline mind of Jesus Christ. Amen. I speak those things which be not as though they were! When fear comes, I jump on it with the Word.

5). How can you run to meet your fears?

Wow, another one!  LOL; Ok, just as I said earlier, I put the Word on it right away.

6). What is required to get rid of fear?

Love, God's Word tell us to love; "There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love. (1 John 4:18).

7). Why was David so confident that he could defeat Goliath?

David trusted in God! David's heart was so full of trust and love in God that he sing songs to God with his whole heart. It built his confident every time God saw him through situations. When you trust God and watch Him move in your life's situations, then you too can have confidence in God and His Word. I have learn to trust in Jesus and my God!! Glory to God!

8). Why didn't David wear Saul's armor?

It was too heavy for him, also, God didn't want him to trust in those armor, but in using God's Word.

9). Is David the only writer of the book of Psalms?

No, there were others who wrote the book of psalms.

10). David is noted as the author of how many Psalms?

David is noted for writing 73 psalms.

11). David is named as the author of how many Psalms?

He is named as the author of 76 Psalms.

12). David's psalms express a heart as what?

David's psalms express a heart devoted to God.

13). What do miktam means?

(Hebrew: מִכְתָּם) is a word that is part of the Old Testament Hebrew Lexicon whose meaning is not ascertained. It is a "technical term found in psalm titles" of the Bible.  Miktam is one of several "collections" of psalms which include David, Asaph, Maskil, Mizmor, and Korah

14). What do Maskil means?

(Hebrew: מַשְׂכִּיל‎, plural maskilim) is an identifier for individuals and ideas of the Haskalah movement, the European Jewish enlightenment between the 1770s and 1880s, who sought to reeducate Jews so that they could fit into modern society; they established schools and published works of cultural importance.a sacred song or hymn, in particular any of those contained in the biblical Book of Psalms and used in Christian and Jewish worship.

15). What do Selah means?

Selah is also thought to be rendered from two Hebrew words: s_lah, "to praise"; and s_lal, "to lift up." Another commentator believes it comes from salah, "to pause." From salah comes the belief that selah is a musical notation signifying a rest to the singers and/or instrumentalists who performed the psalms. If this is true, then each time selah appears in a psalm, the musicians paused, perhaps to take a breath or to sing a cappella or let the instruments play alone. Perhaps they were pausing to praise the One about whom the song was speaking, perhaps even lifting their hands in worship. This theory would encompass all these meanings—"praise," "lift up," and "pause." When we consider the three verses in Habakkuk, we also see how selah could mean "to pause and praise." Habakkuk's prayer in chapter 3 inspires the reader to pause and praise God for His mercy, power, sustaining grace, and sufficiency.

16). What do Shiggaion means?

The prophet Habakkuk introduces his closing song this way: "A prayer of Habakkuk the prophet. On shigionoth." The ESV says, "According to Shigionoth," instead of "On shigionoth." The title of Psalm 7 says, "A shiggaion of David, which he sang to the LORD concerning Cush, a Benjamite."

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