“God has a university. It’s a small school. Few enroll; even fewer graduate. Very, very few indeed. God has this school because he does not have broken men and women. Instead, he has several other types of people. He has people who claim to have God’s authority . . . and don’t—people who claim to be broken . . . and aren’t. And people who do have God’s authority, but who are mad and unbroken. And he has, regretfully, a great mixture of everything in between.”
― Gene Edwards,
Many of you have probably read about King David or King Saul growing up. Maybe it was through those cutout characters they would show us in children’s ministry, or perhaps you heard your pastor preach on them one Sunday morning. If you have dared to read any of the stories in the middle of the bible like from 1st and 2nd Samuel, there is no way you can miss learning about the life of King Saul and King David. Well I have great book for you to read. A Tale of Three Kings is a remarkable piece of fiction on the lives of Saul, David, and Absalom.
A Tale of Three Kings is a retelling of the extended royal saga over the throne of Israel. But the book is not about King Saul, David, and Absalom, it’s about discovering and confronting the Saul, David, and Absalom that is inside of our hearts. Which King is in your heart? This is a story about Brokenness. The kind of brokenness that leads someone to depend and see the need for God in their lives. I can say that if you read A Tale of Three Kings, you will have a life-changing experience. A Tale of Three Kings will take you on a journey to discover new parts about yourself and how you can grow spiritually mature through brokenness. I highly recommend and encourage everyone to read A Tale of Three Kings.
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