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Face2Face with David, vol. 2: Encountering the King who Reigned in Power

by Bentley, Michael, Robinson, Simon

Day One 2007

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Overview

Raised in obscurity, then shooting to prominence in the nation of Israel, David became a powerful figure and everyone loved him—well, not quite everyone. Read about his battles, his triumphs, and also his troubles in this engaging, easy-to-use guide.

Key Features

  • Study guide included
  • Discussion questions at the end of each chapter
  • Bibliography and suggestions for further reading

Praise for the Print Edition

Michael Bentley treats the life of David in a simple, straightforward fashion, never losing sight throughout of the practical significance he has for us, and constantly holding before us David’s greater Son, the Lord Jesus. A very good and satisfying book!

—Roger Ellsworth, Pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church, Benton, Illinois

… a book which is full of wisdom

—Chris Porter, Minister, Easthampstead Baptist Church, England

Product Details

  • Title: Face2Face with David, vol. 2: Encountering the King who Reigned in Power
  • Author: Michael Bentley
  • Publisher: Day One
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 144

About Michael Bentley

Michael Bentley worked as a bookshop manager and served in the British army before his call to the ministry. His diverse background includes freelance religious reporting for national and local radio and television, being a Religious Education teacher, and holding pastorates in Surrey, South East London and Berkshire. He is also closely involved with his local community as a member of various committees and councils. Now retired, he still preaches regularly and has a ministry of writing, with some ten books in print and more in preparation. He lives in Bracknell with his wife, Jenny, and has five children and six grandchildren.