In the 1990s I began free-lance writing as a hobby. After successfully publishing about a dozen articles in various magazines I turned my attention to writing a book. I worked on it off and on (sometimes not returning to writing for several years) as circumstance and interests dictated. In the fall of 2012, with all the changes in technology, I decided to prepare and self-publish two completed books and one nearly completed book.
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In the 51st Psalm David poetically shared his response to being confronted for his adultery with Bathsheba and the murder of her husband. Though written centuries before the birth of Jesus Christ, gospel themes permeate this Psalm. While David was unaware of the details of the Savior, he was no stranger to salvation. Implicitly, and sometimes explicitly, the Psalm introduces salvation by grace, repentance, continued growth, holiness, and even a plan for personal evangelism! Written from a devotional perspective, the book is sprinkled throughout with reflection questions for personal application. These questions could also serve as a springboard for discussion if the book is being used in a small group setting.
This book includes the bonus feature, Delgar and David, a relevant chapter from the work-in-progress, The Acts of Delgar. It is the retelling of the story of David and Bathsheba from the unique perspective of “the other side.” (Delgar is a demon first introduced in my novel, In Our Midst.)