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The Strength of a King

Terry M Clark

Pages: 88
ISBN: 978-159858-616-9
List Price: 11.95
Available: September 2008
Edition: Perfectbound

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In this refreshing, revelatory commentary on II Samuel chapter three, Overseer Clark takes a parabolic look at the attributes of a king and the leaders that surround him. He examines David’s process and helps us to understand and appreciate Gods purpose and process for our lives. David ‘s life was filled with highs and lows, and much of his destiny was intertwined with other men.
Some of witch had ulterior motives and hidden agendas. But the promise of Gods blessing and favor was always evident. In II Samuel chapter three we see that even with destiny on our side, we can be delayed, denied and even destroyed if we are not wise. Every promise of God is contingent, upon obedience, wisdom, time, season, and a number of other contributing factors. Overseer Clark insightfully looks at this season in David’s life extracting powerful truths and lessons that can help every leader no matter what level you may be currently on.

Overseer Clark is an exciting fresh voice in the Body of Christ. His message is profound, provocative and practical. He is blessed with a unique ability to rightly divide the word of truth.
His ability to inspire and motivate leaders has been widely recognized throughout the Body of Christ.
He has been married to the lovely First Lady Meshelle for over 23 years. They have two sons, TJ and Devon. He is the Senior Pastor of Christ Harvest Church, Charlotte, NC. He is currently serving under the covering of Bishop Eric K. Clark.
He is also a member of The African American Joint college of Pentecostal Bishops, head-quartered in Cleveland, Oh. Bishop J. Delano Ellis III founder.

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