Author Archives: Danny Panter

About Danny Panter

Danny is the Associate Pastor for NextGen Marrieds & Community Missions at FBCSA.

Never Going Alone

Re:Verse passage – 2 Samuel 13:1-33 (day six) If you don’t mind, I am taking a little detour into Matthew 28, rather than sticking with 2 Samuel 13. Being Easter, I thought it only fitting. “Go therefore and make disciples … Continue reading

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God Alone

Re:Verse passage – 2 Samuel 12:1-23 (day six) Once conviction sets in, David quickly confesses, “I have sinned against the Lord.” In Psalm 51 David writes, “Against you only have I sinned.” Why not Bathsheba, or Uriah? If we are … Continue reading

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Deadly

Re:Verse passage – 2 Samuel 11 (day six) David’s fall into tragedy did not happen overnight. It took time. It was a steady, but slow decline into spiritually lethargy and indifference. See how far David had come; it is not … Continue reading

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Reign

Re:Verse passage – 2 Samuel 8 (day six) “So, David reigned over all Israel.” 2 Samuel 8 is a brief overview of David establishing himself as king of Israel. It retells his military exploits, securing and expanding the kingdom. The … Continue reading

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End

Re:Verse passage – 2 Samuel 7 (day six) Where we start is not nearly as important as where we end up. King David begins chapter seven comfortable but alone, by the middle he is right where God wants him. Up … Continue reading

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Dancing

Re:Verse passage – 2 Samuel 6 (day six) And David danced before the Lord with all his might. 2 Samuel 6:14 I imagine we would have felt a little uncomfortable with David’s dance, but consider something with me for a moment. What … Continue reading

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King

Re:Verse passage – 2 Samuel 1; 2:1-7 (day six) 2 Samuel is the story of a king, a better king. After Saul’s death David makes a savvy move under God leadership by making his way to Hebron in Judah. There … Continue reading

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Simple

Re:Verse passage – John 21 (day six) John concludes his Gospel alluding to the wealth of activity and teaching of Jesus that simply would not fit in his book. What I find amazing is, instead of including something more glamorous, … Continue reading

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Rise

Re:Verse passage – John 20:1-21 (day six) No one expected this. No one. Not even after he told them so. Not after Jesus did the impossible in raising Lazarus, and Talitha, and a young man from Nane from the dead. … Continue reading

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Reflection

Re:Verse passage – John 19:1-30 (day six) John is doing more than retelling a historical account, albeit the greatest story ever told. He’s casting our own reflection. We see Pilate, passive but intrigued. We see the soldiers, indifferent to Jesus, but enjoying … Continue reading

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