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Finding strength in small times

As I’ve been looking over our pictures  in Israel, I am in awe of this place especially.  The valley of Elah. These are the very grounds that David struck Goliath with one small stone. If you know me, you know that this is my most favorite story in the Bible. 
But months and years before this, somewhere in another quieted field, David tended to lambs. 

He knew nothing of greater stories yet, but only a Great God whom he was in constant communion with. 

That's key. 

Lambs are small creatures that were put into his care. If he thought more of himself to take care of small and tender hearts, he would not be ready when God called him to fight the next task. God strategically and purposefully put in front of him, the first giants.
The bear.

The lion.

He was found faithful. 

"Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much..."  Luke 16:10a

And so, even when the time came, his brothers doubted him, His king didn’t believe in him, and his enemy mocked him. But he fou…

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