Studying the questions David asked has been a long series, hasn’t it? In all he asked 168 questions scattered throughout the books of Kings, Chronicles, and the Psalms. It will take a while to work through these, but the search will be well worth it. This week we will conclude the book of 2 Samuel. Pay special attention to the difference in David’s questions–when he’s speaking a question and when he’s singing a question. Make note of which ones he spoke and which ones he sang.
In your journal, record each question, to whom it was asked, what the response was, and what difference the question made. Remember–when we conclude our Weekly Quests, you will have studied every question in the Bible.
(more) Questions David Asked:
What shall I do for you? 2 Sam. 21:3
How shall I make amends so that you will bless the Lord’s inheritance? 2 Sam. 21:3
What do you want me to do for you? 2 Sam. 21:4
For who is God besides the Lord? 2 Sam. 22:32
And who is the Rock except our God? 2 Sam. 22:32
Is not my house right with God? 2 Sam. 23:5
Has He not made with me an everlasting covenant, arranged and secured in every part? 2 Sam. 23:5
Will He not bring to fruition my salvation ad grant me my every desire? 2 Sam. 23:5
Is it not the blood of men who went at the risk of their lives? 2 Sam. 23:17
What have they done? 2 Sam. 24:17