Analysis Of ' The Lord Of The Flies '

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David actually volunteered for the task and Goliath had a field day mocking the small stature boy. David responded to the mockery by saying, “You come to me equipped with a sword, spear, and javelin, but I come to you in the name of the Lord, the same Lord that you have been ridiculing. David then withdrew a stone and slings it towards Goliath, striking him in the forehead and brings the giant to his death. David proves that regardless to whatever challenges one faces, as long as you have faith in the Lord and approach each in Jesus name, He will fight your battle and give you the victory. David was a small boy facing a big giant but he had no fear because he knew that the God he served was more powerful and bigger than the challenge and He would be in the fight with him. David saw Goliath from God’s perception rather than by sight. Noah was the kind of leader who did what was right in the eyes of God. In the 6th chapter of Genesis it tells the story of Noah obeying God after being instructed to build an ark because the wickedness of the people was great and God decided to get rid of all who had been overtaken by it. Noah was the only person found to be righteous and fit to be saved, however, God promised to spare his family and all the animals he instructed him to gather. Noah was more concerned about pleasing God and not man, he was not a follower of the masses, he purposed in his heart to trust God when all others failed to do so. • Consciousness of Faith People who

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