Edition: AK '08
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
ISBN #: 1-59387-010-8
Full Case = 68
In The Life and Times of David, King of Israel, C. H. MacKintosh provides an accurate, historical account of how God brought a harvest of blessing to His people in spite of their evil and folly.
King Saul, the people’s choice, had been weighed in the balance and found wanting. His kingdom would pass to David, a man after God’s own heart, and the result would be glory to God and security to His people.
The lessons throughout this book teach valuable truths applicable for us today. We learn that, even in the darkest times, the Lord will raise up a witness for Himself. Our response to worldly injustice must be one of continued obedience, service, and trust, for it is in these virtues that the Lord is magnified.
C. H. Mackintosh (1820-1896) was an Irish preacher, Bible expositor, and author. For some forty years he edited the monthly magazine, Things New and Old. Of the early notable Brethren writers, the one whose works have been most frequently printed is C. H. Mackintosh, generally known as C.H.M., which is all that appeared on the title pages of his major writings. He was a man of great faith. The influence of his writings cannot be estimated.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 – David Anointed
Chapter 2 – The Valley of Elah
Chapter 3 – The Cave of Adullam
Chapter 4 – Nabal and Abigail
Chapter 5 – Ziklag
Chapter 6 – The Return of the Ark
Chapter 7 – David's House and the House of God
Chapter 8 – The Conspiracy
Chapter 9 – The Son and Last Words