Reading: • 2 Samuel 22:1-51
When we spend our lives making the most of God’s glory, we will have no regrets when we come to the end of it.
As your group time begins, use this section to introduce the topic of discussion.
Imagine you knew you were in the last hour of your life. What is one conversation you would know you want to have? What are some things you may reflect on?
How do you think you would approach your words differently during that time than you might right now?
Second Samuel 22 is a psalm where David expressed the power and character of God through His deliverance. The next section, 2 Samuel 23:1-7, is identified as David’s “last words.” This term does not mean they were his last spoken words in life. They are more likely either his will or his last public speech. Regardless, David knew his life was drawing to a close. What we have here is a reflection of someone who had made the most of his life on earth. When we spend our lives making the most of the opportunities we’ve been given for God’s glory, we will have no regrets when we come to the end of it.
Have a Wonderful Weekend. See you Sunday!