"One thing David knew was the command of God. He had spent his life practicing how to hear and follow God. We see him asking the LORD whether or not he should pursue an enemy. We read his Psalms where he wrestles with his life and waits for the LORD to answer and move. So, when it came to David’s heart to build the Temple, David heard and was able to receive the “No.” In 1 Chronicles 28, we get to see David relaying this message to the people of Israel. In this speech, David establishes Solomon as the heir to the throne of Israel, and commissions him to build the Temple in the hearing of all of Israel’s leaders. David charges Solomon to follow God. It would not be enough to ride on the coattails of David’s faithfulness to God. In fact, this is the same today. My father used to say, “God has no grandchildren.” Each generation, each person, must decide if they will personally follow God.
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