Who Do You Fear?
David finds himself surrounded by enemies once more who conspire against him privately. While they desire to see his downfall, David, though afraid, comes to recognize there are certain unavoidable results of God's judgment that will take place. Thus, David looks at his own circumstances as an opportunity to teach - but the driving question we all must reconcile with in the end is this: who do we fear? Do we fear the one who can kill the body, and after that, do no more? Or, do we fear the One who can cast both body and soul in hell?