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And David Perceived He Was King
And David Perceived He Was KIng by Dale Mast

Price: $15.99
Author: Dale Mast
Subtitle: Identity - The Key to Your Destiny
Format: Paperback
Length: 228 Pages
Published: 2015

Stock Status:In Stock

God took David from the fields where he followed the sheep to become the ruler of Israel. He was overlooked by his father, yet chosen by God. He carried the dream to be king from the day Samuel anointed him, but he did not feel worthy to marry the king’s daughter after defeating Goliath. David experienced many amazing moments in his life, yet he also endured many traumas. He was the hero of Israel and then became the hunted villain. He went from leading the armies of Israel to being pursued by the same. When David was anointed king in Judah, civil war erupted. Each step that God was establishing David’s identity, the enemy was trying to steal it. Defeating Goliath required faith, but taking the throne required identity. It takes a Goliath to reveal a David, and his journey to produce a king. Faith believe what God can do. Identity believes what God can do through you. Let David’s journey touch yours.

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: A Life Shift Requires an Identity Shift
Chapter 2: Anointed by Greatness
Chapter 3: He Restores My Soul
Chapter 4: Trained and Mentored
Chapter 5: The Garden of Identity
Chapter 6: The Battle of Words
Chapter 7: Influence, the Strategy of Heaven and Hell
Chapter 8: A New Place to Dwell


Regardless of your level of spiritual understanding, life will make more sense as you read this book. The ways of God will enlighten and guide you in new ways, leading you out of the fog and into clear skies. You’ll understand yourself more, which is profoundly important, and you’ll also receive a new grid for processing life’s experiences. Simply stated, you’ll become more of the “you” God imagined when He decided He needed you on the planet. And that, my friend, is a game changer!
Dutch Sheets, Author

Every Christian should read this captivating and compelling book about King David’s journey to the throne. From the very first chapter, I could identify with the struggles and battles he personally endured. I found encouragement and hope for the future as I turned each page.
The faithfulness of God is unmistakable and it ministers encouragement to every believer to continue to dream your God dream. This is a book you cannot put down because it speaks to you so personally. I wholeheartedly endorse and recommend “And David Perceived He Was King” as a must read for every Christian.
Bishop Anne Gimenez, Rock Ministerial Fellowship