Read it!: II Samuel 15
But if he [the Lord] says, “I am not pleased with you,” then I am ready;
let him do to me whatever seems good to him.
Think it through:
Through II Samuel 15, God seems to be talking to me about surrender.
David hears that his son, Absalom, is trying to take the throne. Rather than fighting in the city, David flees to the country. During the flight, he offers to let a group of six hundred men turn back. Then he tells his priest to take the Ark of the Covenant back to the city. Surrender, surrender, surrender. With bare feet and a covered head, David leaves his future in the Lord’s hands.