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  1. Fresh revelation;
    Shortly after I wrote the previous post I received more understanding about the “small details” and the Key of David because the only “key” that can unlock or lock a door must fit perfect into in the smallest of details.

    “These things saith He that is Holy, he that is true, he that hath the key of David, he that openeth, and no man shutteth, and shutteth, and no man openeth,
    I know thy work, behold, I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it, for thou hast a little strength, and hast kept my word, and hast not denied my name. Rev.3:7-8

    The interpretation of “for thou hast a little strength and has kept my word and not denied My Name” is therefore:
    Your obedience to My Word in the “little” things, in the smallest of details has given you the “strength” (the authority to speak and act in My Name.

    Greetings and Blessings!

    • One can also explain it like this:

      “You have shown “strength” by your incorruptible obedience in the “little” things, and by that you have honored (=not denied) My Name”

      (It is a little sad that the post cannot be edited, specifically to us who is not so good at english, greeetings and blessings again //maria)

  2. AMÉN, AMÉN, AMÉN, WITH ♥♥♥HIS♥♥♥ MAGNIFICENT TEACHING WORDS FROM HEAVENT THROUGH THE VESSEL ON EARTH, AS WE THANKSGIVING ♥♥♥THE FATHERS♥♥♥ IN FULL FAITH FOR THE EVERLASTING NEVER ENDING IN SHALOM ETERNITY, AMÉN…!
    PS 140

    AMÉN..! SELAH….

  3. The parable of DAvid and the sheeps is a good but neglected lesson, because David was well tested by guarding the sheep and because Scriptures is not a history book or a lesson about agriculture the “sheep” is God’s people. That does not mean that he was a “pastor” because everyone who obey God is guarding God’s sheep no matter if the flock is visible to them or not.
    David had obeyed God and was trained in defeating the lion and the bear and first then he was both able and chosen to fight against Goliath.

    This is a lesson about perfection in the smallest of details, because if we are not obedient and ready to sacrifice anything for to keep God’s commandments in the seemingly small details in our life we are not able to stand when the real Goliath appear.
    As we see David defeat Goliath with a small stone, which was the result of his long training in perfection in the smallest of details that God had led him into during his time with the sheep.

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