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Was Mephibosheth wicked? (Day 145)

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Fresh From God
Topic: Was Mephibosheth wicked? (Day 145)
 Ps 131, Ps 138‐139, Ps 143‐145  (Daily bible reading)

Text of focus: 2 Samuel 19:24-30 ERV

Saul's grandson, Mephibosheth, came down to meet King David. Mephibosheth had not cared for his feet, trimmed his mustache, or washed his clothes since the day the king left Jerusalem. [25] When he met the king at Jerusalem, the king said, "Mephibosheth, why didn't you go with me when I ran away from Jerusalem?" [26] Mephibosheth answered, "My lord and king, my servant tricked me. I am crippled so I said to my servant, Ziba, 'Go saddle a donkey for me so that I can go with the king.' [27] But my servant tricked me and said bad things about me. My lord and king, you are like an angel from God. Do whatever you think is right. [28] You could have killed all my grandfather's family, but you did not do that. Instead, you included me among the people who eat at your own table. So I don't have a right to complain to the king about anything." [29] The king said to Mephibosheth, "Don't say anything more about your problems. This is what I have decided: You and Ziba will divide the land." [30] Mephibosheth said to the king, "My lord and king, it is enough that you have come home in peace. Let Ziba have the land."

The text above indicates that Mephibosheth wasn't a wicked person as his servant presented him.
2 Samuel 16:2-4 ERV
King David said to Ziba, "What are these things for?" Ziba answered, "The donkeys are for the king's family to ride on. The bread and the summer fruit are for the servants to eat. And the wine is refreshment for whoever begins to feel weak in the desert." [3] Then the king asked, "And where is Mephibosheth?" Ziba answered the king, "Mephibosheth is staying in Jerusalem. He said, 'Today the Israelites will give my father's kingdom back to me.'" [4] Then the king said to Ziba, "All right, I now give you everything that belonged to Mephibosheth." Ziba said, "I bow to you. I pray I will always be able to please you."

David had judged Mephibosheth based on what Ziba told him.
How often have we judged people without making proper findings?

Ziba wanted to inherit all was Saul's that David had given Mephibosheth, so he lied to David about him.

Learn not to judge people before they are heard.

NBPlease if you miss any daily publication, refer to the bottom of the previous one to see the bible chapters of the day.


In the chapters read today (Ps 131, Ps 138‐139, Ps 143‐145 ).


Do you make conclusions about people before hearing them?

Please leave your views in the comment section.

Prayer 🙏
● Thank you Lord for a new day.
 Oh Lord have mercy on our Nations in Jesus' name.
● Oh Lord by your mercy, may I apply my heart to heavenly wisdom, in Jesus' name.
• Oh Lord, I receive the grace to please you always in Jesus' name.
● Oh Lord, help me to keep my focus on you in Jesus' name.
● Oh Lord, I commit my ways unto you, prosper it in Jesus' name.
● Oh Lord let your kingdom come and your will be done on earth in Jesus' name.

The week's bible reading:      

Week 20
 SundayMay 14 - Ps 32, Ps 51, Ps 86, Ps 122  
Monday, May 15 - 2 Sam 13‐15
Tuesday, May 16 - Ps 3‐4, Ps 12‐13, Ps 28, Ps 55 
 Wednesday, May 17 - 2 Sam 16‐18
Thursday, May 18 - Ps 26, Ps 40, Ps 58, Ps 61‐62, Ps 64
Friday, May 19 - 2 Sam 19‐21   
SaturdayMay 20 - Ps 5, Ps 38, Ps 41‐42  
     Sunday, May 21 - 2 Sam 22‐23, Ps 57
Monday, May 22 - Ps 95, Ps 97‐99   

Week 21
SundayMay 21 - 2 Sam 22‐23, Ps 57
Monday, May 22 - Ps 95, Ps 97‐99 
Tuesday,  May 23 - 2 Sam 24, 1 Chr 21‐22, Ps 30     
Wednesday,  May 24 - Ps 108‐110
Thursday, May 25 - 1 Chr 23‐25
Friday, May 26 - Ps 131, Ps 138‐139, Ps 143‐145  
 SaturdayMay 27 - 1 Chr 26‐29, Ps 127  
Sunday May 28 - Ps 111‐118  
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