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05/21 Thoughts & Comments By Dr. Daniel Daves

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Post by Admin on Fri May 23, 2014 7:48 am

21-May 1 Kings 1-2, Matthew 11-12, Psalms 101-105, Proverbs 21

1 Kings 1:5-6 (NIV) 5 Now Adonijah, whose mother was Haggith, put himself forward and said, "I will be king." So he got chariots and horses ready, with fifty men to run ahead of him. 6 (His father had never interfered with him by asking, "Why do you behave as you do?" He was also very handsome and was born next after Absalom.)

As King David grew old and was confined to bed, his son Adonijah (born right behind Absalom) decided for himself that he would become the new king. He politically gathered men of influence around him and forced a new regime that caused the people to agree with this new king. However, the high priest and David's royal guard didn't go along with this. David didn't even know about it until he was informed. At that time, David invoked the anointing of his son Solomon to become the next king. In proper order, he had his son anointed by the priests, prophetically spoken over, and officially sat on the throne of David. This timely move would quash the illicit political move that David's son Adonijah attempted.

The interesting part of our scripture above is that King David had NEVER interfered with his son Adonijah, asking him, "Why do you behave the way you do?". This clearly states that King David didn't father this young man. He didn't discipline him, direct, charge, or train him in the ways of the kingdom. This son was left to fend for himself, and he grew rebellious just like his brother Absalom who also tried to take the throne from David.

How horrible it is to have a son and to waste him by not taking time to disciple him. The son will end up violating God's will, taking what is not his to take, and using political maneuvering to get what he thinks he deserves, instead of trusting God and following his father's lead. May we take a look at our children under us and be convicted to train them in the way they should go. May we see them as God sees them - as arrows in the quiver. But these arrows must be raised STRAIGHT so they don't warp and twist, becoming useless to the archer.

Today we have many adversaries to Christianity and the Born Again believer lifestyle. These adversaries would love to assimilate our children into their worldly system of demoralized society. But we must counter their advances by spending quality time with our children, learning to be effective trainers and disciplers of our offspring, putting the true vision of God into their hearts, and positioning them for greatness and for achieving the dream of God.

COMPASS GUIDE is not only for you, but it's imperative that your children grasp the secrets of Compass Guide as well. If they don't find the dream of God, they will be left to grasp political correctness, maneuvering with witchcraft and people control, and they will seize thrones that don't belong to them, setting themselves up for horrible consequences and reaping the correction of rebellion.

Seize your children's future as their adult leader, and then infuse that future into them so they can see what you see. God wants to show you the future of your children so you can shoot them as straight arrows towards that target. Do NOT give up searching, seeking, asking, and knocking until God has shown you which WAY to train your children in.

Proverbs 22:6 (KJV) 6 Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.

Tomorrow's Reading:
22-May 1 Kings 3-4, Matthew 13-14, Psalms 106-110, Proverbs 22

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