Bi-lingual Evangelical Church in Fuente Alamo
If you’re not a Christian and you’ve started to read this article, can I just encourage you to read it through to the end.

I’m sure you’ve got a couple of minutes to spare and what else have you got to do? Don’t be put off when I start talking about the Bible or Church.
Why not read it through?
What have you got to lose?
You might even enjoy it!

Most of us, whether Christians or not, know the story of David and Goliath; probably one of the best known stories in the Bible. I’ve been reading up a lot lately about David and how closely we can all relate to him. For sure we are not all going to become kings as David did and we certainly can’t become an ancestor of Jesus.

When we think about David, what do we think?
Most of us immediately think of the young boy who slayed the mighty Goliath, but as well as being a giant killer, David was a humble shepherd, poet, warrior and a soldier who became King. He was an ancestor of Jesus; an amazing life story. One of the greatest men in the Old Testament, David displayed many of the qualities we all may like to have, but alongside that David was a liar, a betrayer, an adulterer and a murderer, yet he is remembered and respected for his true heart for God.

David had a powerful belief in the faithful and forgiving nature of God. He sinned many times, but he was quick to confess his sins from the heart.
David never took God’s understanding for granted, or His forgiveness lightly and in return God never held back his blessings. David experienced the joy of forgiveness, even when he had to suffer the consequences of his sins.

The Bible tells us that God referred to David as “A man after my own heart.” (Acts 13:22)

Just like David, as we progress through life, each of us is developing a personality, forging a reputation and developing personal qualities for which we will be remembered.

What do you think of your life so far?
What does God think of your life so far?

The Bible teaches us that how you live today determines how you will be remembered tomorrow.
What you do now does matter.

Are you curious to find out more about God and His place in your life? Come and join us on Sunday morning. Our Sunday morning services start at 11.30am at Calle Espinar 13, Fuente Alamo.

For more information telephone Rachel (English) on 618 963 976 or Pastors Ginés and Toñi (Spanish) on 629 283 080