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April 29, 2022

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A glorious future lies ahead of us, but the joy of a new body and a reunion with loved ones will be surpassed by the thrill of seeing Jesus face to face.

He is the One who made all this possible. Out of gratitude, let´s faithfully love and serve Him while we remain on this earth.

1 Samuel 24 Pride causes us to think that we can manage life´s situations ourselves and make our own plans. The first two kings of Israel—Saul and David—illustrate different approaches to handling pride.

Saul´s high opinion of himself resulted in decisions that were contrary to the Lord´s commands. For example, having defeated the Philistines, the king reasoned that he should take some spoils of war, even though God had said otherwise.

When confronted by Samuel, he replied that his plan was ´to sacrifice [the animals] to the Lord´ (1 Samuel 15:15). God saw through his words to a heart of pride.

If self-centeredness controls our thinking, we´ll seek ways around divine commands in order to serve ourselves. When caught, we may try to justify our disobedience, as Saul did.

David—Israel´s second king, chosen while Saul was still on the throne—didn´t try to initiate his own reign. Instead, he waited for God´s timing.

That meant enduring Saul´s jealous rages and murder attempts, but still he wouldn´t retaliate. In fact, even when he had the opportunity, David refused to seize the throne; he didn´t allow pride to dominate his thinking.

Later on, he coveted another man´s wife and committed adultery, but when he was challenged, his humble heart prompted repentance (2 Samuel 12:13).

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