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“May you and I use, for God’s glory, every gift He’s given us.” <>< Dona (05/08/20)

Please read II Samuel 22 through 24.  If you don’t have a Bible handy just click here -> Biblegateway.com.  The Biblegateway website should open for you to use.  Type in the chapters you want to read and select the translation you want to read them from. Click search and the chapters should appear. Once you read the suggested chapters close the screen and you should return here.

In II Samuel 22 David sang a song to the Lord after the Lord delivered him from the hands of all his enemies.


Oh! Wow! Lord, what a wonderful song.

Something to think about

David was a skilled musician who had in the past played his harp for Saul to calm him (I Samuel 16:23). But he also was a singer.

Something to experience

You, like me, may not be a skilled musician or singer but God has given us all talents to be used in His service.  I believe my writing is a gift that I can use in His service.  God has given each of us talents that can be used to bring glory to Him.


In II Samuel 23:2 David said the Lord spoke through him. That the Lord’s words were on his tongue.


Oh! Wow! Lord, we need to carefully consider what comes out of our mouth.

Something to think about

God is able to speak through anyone He wishes.  In fact He has spoken through a donkey (Numbers 22:28).

Something to experience

God can speak through us when we share His Word by speaking or writing it.


Lord, thank You for all the talents and gifts that You’ve bestowed on us, Your children (Romans 6:19). Lord, I pray we will yield to You all we say and all we do (Romans 6:13). Lord, I pray we will surrender all to You.  It has always been Yours anyway (Psalm 50:12).  In Christ Jesus’ name I pray.  AMEN.

“May you and I surrender all to the Lord.” <>< Dona