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A Crisis in the Israelite Camp

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It seemed like a stalemate - two armies encamped on two mountains, one facing the other, with only a valley separating them. There on two mountains that flanked the Valley of Elah, the Israelite camp stood against the Philistines. Upon closer examination, the situation resembled more a checkmate rather than a stalemate. On one side of the valley, "a champion went out from the camp of the Philistines, named Goliath" (1 Sam 17:4). On the other side, "Saul and all Israel... were dismayed and greatly afraid" (v. 11). Without a doubt, there was a crisis in the Israelite camp.

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37

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Christian Living; Discipleship

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Joanne Lee

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What made David so sure that he could win his battle with Goliath? What did he realize that the rest of the Israelites didn't?

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This is a bible study of the battle between the Israelites and the Philistines at the Valley of Elah. The Israelites lost their confidence and faith when they saw the great Philistine warrior, Goliath. It was David who delivered them from their enemies. What was the difference between David and the rest of the Israelites? It was his faith in God's power, his fear of God's anger, and his inner spiritual mettle.

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A Crisis in the Israelite Camp

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MA

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Shuhong Lin --- Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Members

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1567, 5693, 1596, 1590, 1593

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